Bloodborne Pathogens (BBPs, Needlesticks)

Photo courtesy of Dept. of Labor & Industries. Workers in other industries besides health care, such as hotel workers, can be exposed to BBPs if they come into contact with infected blood or bodily fluids

Workers in other industries besides health care, such as hotel workers, can be exposed to BBPs if they come into contact with needles or syringes, blood, or bodily fluids.

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