Universal precautions training is required for all staff working in regulated child care programs. Early childhood professionals need to be knowledgeable about how to prevent disease transmission in the early childhood setting, including those spread through contact with blood and other potentially infectious bodily fluids. Universal precautions are measures taken in order to safely handle bodily fluids, blood, and airborne secretions to reduce the chance of infection and transmission of diseases to staff or children in child care settings.
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