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Exposure Determination


All University of Minnesota Duluth Employees who, as a result of performing their job duties, may come in contact with blood, blood products, body fluids, unfixed human cells, sharps items or other potentially infectious materials and/or agents are considered to have occupational exposure to Bloodborne and other pathogens. The following Exposure Determination Survey will be used to determine employee tasks where occupational exposure could be reasonably anticipated.

All employees must take necessary precautions to avoid direct contact with blood, body fluids, and other potentially infectious materials and items such as sharps, contaminated equipment, except when absolutely necessary for the performance of their duties.
Employees who must engage in such activities are therefore covered by this plan and must participate in the survey.

Exposure Determination Survey Response:

Job Class #   Job Title Occupational Exposure:
Job Task Description



































 
 
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