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Those who are most at risk are: - people who have "unprotected sex" with someone who has HIV. - people who share needles, syringes or other equipment to inject drugs or medicine with someone who has HIV. - babies can potentially become infected during their mother's pregnancy, during delivery or after birth in the immediate post-partum period. they can also become infected through breastfeeding. - health care and maintenance providers who may be exposed to blood and body fluids.


OSH AWARENESS PROGRAMMES
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OSH Week 2015 Presentations

 

Building Cents: "Design With Safety In Mind"

Can You Stand The Pressure?

Emergency Procedures From Plan To Practice

Handling, Storing And Disposing Of Dangerous Substances, Articles and Goods In The Workplace

HAPPY, Healthy Feet!

Lifts, Hoists And Passenger Safety

Managing Communicable and Non-communicable Diseases Among Employees

Managing Psychological Stress In The Workplace

Provisions Of The Barbados National Building Code

Risk Assessment Makes Workplaces Safer

Safety Culture

Safety Management Systems

The Globally Harmonized System  Of Classification And Labeling Of Chemicals

Basic Accident Investigation Techniques Part 1

Basic Accident Investigation Techniques Part 2

Basic Accident Investigation Techniques Part 3

Safety When Working Near Power Lines

 

 

HIV Seminar 2017 

 

The Workplace Policy and Labour Legislation

 




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