Intro To Bloodborne Pathogens For Martial Artists & Instructors

By Lenny Sclafani, DDS

You have yourself and students to protect. This means, no matter what your legal status is, that you are ahead of the game if you train your employees in how to deal with blood spills, injuries (where there is blood), and students who have been exposed to another’s blood, salvia and/or other body fluids contaminated with blood.

To protect yourself, your students and employees, and potentially to protect yourself legally, you should have protective gloves, disinfectants, plastic disposable bags and other items suggested in this article available for use by yourself, other school teachers or staff and students…

Continue reading part 1 and part 2, by Lenny Sclafani, DDS, at Fighting Arts.

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