Bloodborne Pathogens

All work with human blood; body fluids; unfixed human cells, tissues, or organs; and any lab based research activities involving HIV or HBV must be done in accordance with the UNH Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure Control Plan.

Occupation Specific Controls & Work Practices
Exposure Risk Category Departments Procedure
Occupational Health Services
  Department of Nursing

  UNH Police Department

  Housekeeping (Facility Operations)

  Campus Recreation

  Kinesiology Athletic Training Option

  Research & Teaching Labs Using Blood or OPIM
Collateral Maintenance (Facility Operations)
  Housing Maintenance

  Grounds & Events Workers
  Child Study & Development Center
  Cooperative Extension

  Kinesiology Outdoor Experience Option

  Dining Services
  Thompson School Food Prep Staff/Students

  Small Projects Construction Team
  Transportation Garage

Hep B Vaccination Requirements
Exposure Risk Category Hep B Vaccinations Hep B Form
Occupational Available pre-exposure Required
Collateral Available post-exposure + pre-exposure in some cases based on department policy Not Required
Training Requirements
Exposure Risk Category Training Content Training Frequency

Full Bloodborne Pathogen Training - REQUIRED

Initial + Annually


Biological Safety Awareness - Available


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contact information

Dana Buckley, Biological Safety & Security Officer
Environmental Health & Safety
Perpetuity Hall 
Phone: (603) 862-0197