Sunday, August 18, 2013

Teachers At Our School Are Informed About Bloodborne Pathogens

      Parents, a bloodborne pathogen is a infectious, disease-causing microorganism that may be transferred through body fluids such as: blood, urine, saliva, semen, vaginal fluids, or sweat. Art teachers and their students can contract a variety of diseases from bloodborne pathogens in the classroom because of the everyday use of sharp instruments like x-acto knifes, needles, and razor blades. Even though we do not use these instruments anywhere near our preschoolers, we have been informed about the risks involved. To be better informed yourself read and watch a video here.

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