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Bloodborne Pathogens

Those that may come in contact with blood or other bodily fluids are exposed to potential infectious materials. School staff must be trained on their exposures and how to protect themselves when working with children, their coworkers and the public.

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Exposure Control Plan - This sample Exposure Control Plan has been prepared by the Schools Insurance Authority in an effort to assist its member school districts in meeting their duty to enact such a plan as required under the Cal/OSHA regulations. In light of the unique differences between school districts, it is the responsibility of each school district to adapt the sample Plan according to the needs and requirements of the district. Should questions arise regarding the duties and responsibilities of school districts under the Cal/OSHA regulations, district counsel should be consulted.

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