Can one of my employees clean up the blood, fluid, or other material?
Occupational Safety & Health Administrations’ (OSHA) Federal Regulations 29CFR1910.1030 states that no employee may be placed in a situation as to potentially be exposed to and/or clean up blood or body fluids without having:
- A written bloodborne pathogen exposure control plan in place.
- Been provided with bloodborne pathogen training.
- Been provided with approved Personal Protective Equipment.
- Been offered an Hepatitis B vaccination, post exposure evaluations & follow up exams.
- Means appropriate for removal, storage, and disposal.
Who pays for the services?
In many cases Home, Business, or Auto insurance will pay for our services.
There are also cases in which you may be entitled to assistance from the State of Colorado.