Bloodborne Pathogens (classroom)
This American Heart Association Bloodborne Pathogens (BBP) course meets federal standards set forth by OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration), in addition to Washington State standards set forth by WISHA (Washington Industrial Safety and Health Act). This BBP program teaches students how how bloodborne pathogens are and how they are spread, how to protect oneself from exposure, what to do if exposed, how to clean up, and how to report exposure to an employer. Students receive a manual as well as a certification card at the end of the class.
Note: The AHA Bloodborne Pathogens class can also be taken online, visit our Bloodborne Pathogens Online page to enroll.
Cancellations, Refunds, Terms:
Cancellations by individuals received more than 48 hours before class start time will receive a full refund less a $10 service fee per enrollment. Individuals are eligible to transfer their class registration if request is received more than 48 hours before class (refunds will not be issued if transferring to a class of lesser tuition). Cancellations by groups* received more than 10 days before class start time will receive a full refund less a $10 service fee per enrollment. Requests received after the stated deadlines will not be eligible for a refund or transfer. Students arriving more than 10 minutes late to class will not receive a certification card, or be eligible for refund or transfer. Proficiency in English is required to participate in, and receive a certification card for the class. The presence of a translator does not waive this requirement. Translators are not permitted in class.
*A group is 4 or more individuals signed up by one person or organization for the same class session.
Terms and Conditions
Group Training Class Format
Training is presented in a group setting and the instructor will proceed at the pace of the average student. In the event that the pace is too fast for an individual and that individual has difficulty passing a physical or written skills test, the class instructor might not have time after class to work with that individual. However CPR Seattle will do everything possible to ensure that the student is confident with the course material and has extra opportunities to practice and retest. In addition to other possible options, the student is welcome to take the class again at no additional charge within a month of their original class.
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Last updated on March 03, 2017.