College SD | BP 4119.42 Personnel
Exposure Control Plan For Bloodborne Pathogens
As part of its commitment to provide a safe and healthful work environment, the Board of Trustees recognizes the importance of developing an exposure control plan. The Superintendent or designee shall establish a written exposure control plan in accordance with state and federal standards for dealing with potentially infectious materials in the workplace to protect employees from possible infection due to contact with bloodborne pathogens, including but not limited to hepatitis B virus, hepatitis C virus and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
The Superintendent or designee shall determine which employees have occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens and other potentially infectious materials. In accordance with the district's exposure control plan, employees having occupational exposure shall be offered the hepatitis B vaccination.
The Superintendent or designee may exempt designated first aid providers from pre-exposure hepatitis B vaccination under the conditions specified by state regulations. (8 CCR 5193(f))
142.3 Authority of Cal/OSHA to adopt standards
144.7 Requirement to amend standards
CODE OF REGULATIONS, TITLE 8
3204 Access to employee exposure and medical records
5193 California bloodborne pathogens standards
CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS, TITLE 29
1910.1030 OSHA bloodborne pathogens standards
1016.89 Guidelines for Informing School Employees about Preventing the Spread of Infectious Diseases, including Hepatitis B and AIDS/HIV Infections and Policies for Dealing with HIV-Infected Persons in School Settings
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: http://www.cdc.gov
Policy COLLEGE SCHOOL DISTRICT
adopted: August 16, 2005 Santa Ynez, California