APPA’s Bloodborne Pathogens Training
Bloodborne pathogen training is an essential training for all placenta encapsulators.
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What to know about APPA’s BBP training:
- It meets OSHA Standard 29CFR 1910.1030
- Up to date with current recommendations
- Quick and to the point—the training takes around 20 minutes
- You will be able to download your digital certificate immediately on completion
- Training platform is mobile friendly and easy to navigate
- $35 per year
- It’s specific to placenta encapsulation, consisting of only the information you need to keep you and your clients safe
Why should I take APPA’s BBP Training?
A basic OSHA compliant training will not teach you placenta encapsulation specific safety. You need something that meets the needs of your profession! APPA Bloodborne Pathogen Training is a BBP training that is specialized for the placenta encapsulator. Encapsulators provide a unique service that has concerns for both bloodborne pathogens and food safety, so our training addresses both.
How often do I need to take the course?
OSHA requires training to be taken yearly. APPA will be updating our course yearly to make sure we are meeting any updates to policy or safety recommendations.
Once I take this course am I ready to encapsulate placentas?
This course is only focused on bloodborne pathogens and safety information. This course does not qualify you to encapsulate placentas and is merely an additional training. We encourage you to seek professional training before encapsulating placentas.
Do I need to be trained by APPA to take this course?
APPA’s BBP course is open to all placenta encapsulators, regardless of their training organization. Of course, we would love to have you join our training community and become an APPAC! To learn more, check out our full training.
Do I still need food safety training?
While our training does not constitute a full food safety program, it covers some basic food safety. By including this information, we hope to elevate the whole placenta encapsulation community and encourage everyone to follow basic guidelines for the safety of the encapsulator and the client. We also encourage you to seek out and take food safety training for your local area
I’m not local to the USA. Is your course compliant in my country?
Currently, our course meets and exceeds OSHA recommendations, but has not been checked to see if it meets international requirements. As we update the course, we hope to meet compliance for international organizations. The information provided in the course is universal and will be relevant to all encapsulators globally.