The OSU Bloodborne Pathogen Program complies with federal and state OSHA requirements for workers who may be exposed to human bloodborne pathogens by contact with blood, body fluids, tissues or unfixed cells of human origin. Details of the program can be accessed by following the link below to the Exposure Control Plan.  For questions about the Plan or applicability, please contact the OSU Biological Safety Officer at 541-737-4557.

OSU Exposure Control Plan

Sharps Injury Log

Document Hepatitis B Vaccine Status

  • Bloodborne Pathogens (non-lab workers)
    • Required for employees of the university that have potential exposure to human blood or body fluids.
  • Bloodborne Pathogens & Laboratory Biosafety (in-person training for lab workers)
    • Required for workers in labs that handle human source materials, or are BSL-2 for other reasons.