All personnel are required to get monthly training on the dangers of occupational exposure to infectious materials under OSHA’s Bloodborne Pathogens Standard. Workers need to have a thorough grasp of the illnesses that bloodborne infections can spread as well as the safety measures to take to prevent them.
Keeping a safe workplace and ensuring that all employees are informed of procedures will lower the chance of exposure events. We’re sharing answers to multiple bloodborne pathogens quizzes to improve your knowledge and make sure you’re up to date because of this.
Let’s look at various bloodborne pathogens quiz answers and how to manage them in the workplace:
Employee Training Quiz #1
Q. There is currently no vaccination available for Hepatitis B.
Q. Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C attack which organ?
Q. Universal Precautions means treating bodily fluids as if they are known to be infectious.
Q. The relative risk of exposure to bloodborne pathogens is great. However, once exposed the diseases are not that serious.
Q. AIDS is caused by which virus?
Q. Biological hazardous waste bags should be what color?
Answer: Red or Red-Orange
Q. Blood is the only bodily fluid that can carry pathogens.
Q. It is important to understand and follow your employer’s policies regarding bloodborne pathogens.
Q. Personal protective equipment is an important line of defense against exposure to bloodborne pathogens.
Q. How often should Exposure Control Plans be reviewed and updated?
Q. There are only 3 bloodborne diseases.
Q. The Hepatitis B Vaccination has been proven to prevent the disease in approximately what percentage of those receiving
Q. It is the responsibility of the employees to provide PPE for themselves.
Q. Hand washing is an important part of disease prevention.
Q. Disposable PPE can be reused if it is properly decontaminated.
Q. An incident report should only be completed if you do not know whose blood you were exposed to.
Q. The Needlestick Safety and Prevention Act requires the use of safer needles and disposal containers.
Q. All persons infected with a bloodborne pathogen will begin showing symptoms soon after infection.
Q. PPE should be selected based upon the types of exposure that are reasonably anticipated.
Q. Contaminated waste should immediately be placed in the nearest wastebasket.
Bloodborne Pathogens Safety Quiz Answers
Q1. Which best describes epidemiology?
a. A standard for managing blood-borne pathogens
b. Symptoms of contracting a bloodborne infection
c. The science of tracking and controlling diseases (Answer)
d. The outermost layer of skin
Q2. A biohazard sign on a laboratory managing BBP must identify which of the following?
a. The name of the infectious agent present
b. The biohazard symbol
c. Special entrance requirements
d. All of the above (Answer)
Q3. Which type of exposure is most likely to cause the transmission of a bloodborne pathogen?
a. Your unbroken skin comes in contact with blood or bodily fluids.
b. Fluid splashes into your eyes or onto mucous membranes (inside of nose, mouth, etc.)
c. You stick yourself with a needle used on someone else. (Answer)
d. You’re performing CPR on your HIV-positive coworker.
Q4. Which of the following is not a bloodborne pathogen?
a. Hepatitis B or C
c. Covid-19 (Answer)
Q5. Taking bloodwork immediately after possible BBP exposure can tell you if you’ve been exposed? True or False?
b. False (Answer)
Q6 .Besides healthcare workers, which of the following could benefit from bloodborne pathogen training?
b. First Responders
c. Daycare and School Teachers
d. All of the Above (Answer)
Q7. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) will protect you from BBP? True or False?
b. False (Answer)
Q8. How long is a Hepatitis B vaccination good for?
a. Six months
b. 10 years
c. A Lifetime (Answer)
d. Two years
Q9. Which of the following is not part of the BBP cleanup protocol?
a. Place your OSHA-approved red safety sign with the biohazard symbol on it at the scene (Answer)
b. Put on your PPE.
c. Use an absorbent material (e.g., a towel) to reduce the spread of fluid.
d. Use disinfectants as outlined in your BBP plan.
Q10. Which describes a step to removing gloves properly?
a. Use scissors to cut off your gloves.
b. Grab the wrist of the glove and pull it toward your fingers inside out. (Answer)
c. Ask a co-worker to remove your gloves.
d. Wash your hands with gloves on and then take them off.