Bloodborne Pathogens Test

This test is will cover topics in the Bloodborne Pathogens presentation. You have three attempts to achieve the minimum score of 70%. Upon submission your test results will automatically be sent to your PI for each attempt.

What is a blood borne pathogen?






How long can Hepatitis B (HBV) survive in dried blood?






Hepatitis C is the most common chronic blood borne infection in the U.S.?




A blood borne pathogen exposure incident:






Personal protective equipment (PPE) is:






After decontamination, all PPE and wipes should be disposed of in biohazard containers.




Regulated medical waste includes:






Labels on containers of regulated biohazard waste are not required to include the universal biohazard symbol?