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Training records
  • Employers must keep accurate records of employee training in bloodborne pathogen hazards.

The Bloodborne Pathogens Standard requires employers to maintain and keep accurate training records. These records help to:

  • Track the relationship between exposure incidents (e.g., needlesticks) and various jobs and the corresponding level of training, and
  • Determine whether a workplace’s training program adequately addresses the risks involved in each job.

Employee training records must include the following:

  • Training dates,
  • Content or a summary of the training,
  • Names and qualifications of trainer(s), and
  • Names and job titles of trainees.

Unlike medical records, training records are not considered to be confidential. Training records may be stored onsite where the actual documents are readily accessible, and they must be retained for three years from the training date. Upon request, employees and their representatives have a right to examine and copy employee training records.