Exposure Control for Bloodborne Pathogens
What to do if you've been exposed
BBP Spill Cleanup Procedures
BBP Exposure Control Plan for UW-Green Bay
Post-exposure Follow Up Procedures
BBP Exposure Incident Report Form
Hepatitis B Vaccine Declination Form
Supervisors responsible for UW-Green Bay compliance with the Bloodborne Pathogen Rule
- Wash area thoroughly.
- Report incident to supervisor and begin medical follow up promptly.
- Complete Incident Report Form.
- Call Prevea WorkMed at 405-1420 for a phone consultation. (This number is available 24 hours a day.) This extension is answered by Prevea WorkMed health care professionals. Identify yourself as an UW-Green Bay employee seeking advice on bloodborne pathogen exposure follow up.
- Depending on time of day and results of phone consultation, proceed either to East Mason Prevea WorkMed at 3021 Voyager Drive or to St. Vincent ER for follow up.
- Contact of human blood or other potentially infectious materials with mucous membranes (eyes, nose, mouth)
- Contact of human blood or other potentially infectious materials with non-intact skin.
- Puncture or break of skin with a sharp object (e.g. needle) contaminated with human blood or other potentially infectious materials.
Access to consultations on follow up procedures when an exposure occurs is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
UW-Green Bay students who believe they have been exposed to a BBP should consult with UW-Green Bay Student Health Services or their health care provider for exposure follow up.
Contact Jill Fermanich (ext. 2273) if you have further questions concerning this policy.