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Bites, First Aid

When someone is bleeding at work due to a bite injury, they may or may not require first aid assistance, but in all cases safety precautions should be followed to minimize exposure risk to bloodborne pathogens. This safety topic provides basic first aid safety tips for bite injuries including animal bites, human bites, and snake bites.

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OSHA QuickCard - Rodents, Snakes, and Insects

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Mayo Clinic Minute: Rattlesnakes and Scorpions Video

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Preventing a Dog Bite Video by K9 University

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OSHA Fact Sheet - Bloodborne Pathogens

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OSHA Fact Sheet - PPE for Bloodborne Pathogens

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