Needlestick Injury

Reinforce safety at workplace by educating your employees about the dangers of bloodborne pathogens, protection techniques and effectively dealing with such injuries through real life scenario-based animated course.

Why Needlestick Injury Course?

Exposure to deadly pathogens is always a concern for healthcare professionals. With the limited data available it is concluded that up to 1 million needlestick injuries occur in the United States, which cause a great risk of bloodborne pathogen transmission. The consequence of such injuries is not only the diseases transmitted, but also the psychological impact on the victim, like distress, fear and anxiety.

Course Price

$7

$10

Per user/year

While 80% of the injuries can be prevented by taking appropriate measures, have a look at some disturbing survey results:

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Prevalence of needlestick injury is 42% among healthcare workers

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Up to 50% of needlestick injuries go unreported in hospitals.

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There is a 30% chance of contracting hepatitis B via a needlestick injury

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