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"The nurses were doing some very nice work, especially looking at bloodborne pathogens and where we are in terms of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements, and they just found that our policy was a bit lacking in some of the specifics," said SVSU Assistant Superintendent Donna Leep. Mount Anthony Union Middle School nurse Nancy Coleman spoke for the nurses, explaining some of the background of their work. "(SVSU Curriculum Development Director) Laura Boudreau asked the nurses to take a look at the exposure control plan, and we hadn't really looked at that since before I was a school nurse, which is 22 years now," she said, "It needed to be looked at... So, the nurses met a few times, looked over the entire document, and put in suggestions, then (Leep) and I sat and talked about it." While many of the changes were able to be handled via administrative regulations, some changes to the policy were required. "We took information from the state of Vermont," said Leep, "They had recommendations for what to have written in the policy in terms of people's responsibilities. So, we had a policy but it was just very light duty in terms of what was in there about bloodborne pathogens and what are the precautions we utilize here." The new policy, which will need to be approved by all the boards of the SVSU, now requires each school to have a bloodborne pathogens exposure plan. It also now requires annual bloodborne pathogen training for staff, and better defines the role of the school nurse in implementing the control plan. Students will also be instructed annually on what to do in the case of a situation involving blood in the classroom, in order to prevent the spread of any bloodborne pathogens, including human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and hepatitis. "This is a law for employees, but it doesn't hurt to include students in the education," said Coleman, "Students, by law, are not required to have this annually, only staff." "But if we're going to keep kids safe," said Southwest Vermont Career Development Center representative Bruce Lee-Clark, "It's just, primarily, if someone gets a cut on their hand, or something like that, don't you go running over and try to hold onto it. It's not a hard instruction to deal with." Coleman said it was also the opinion of the nurses that all staff that work with children are reasonably at risk of having to deal with a situation with blood, and thus should be documented as having received training every year. This includes teachers, athletic coaches, paraeducators, etc.

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