Bloodborne Pathogens (Online)/$30

Also Known as Universal Precautions. The Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogens Course is designed to meet OSHA requirements for bloodborne pathogens training.

  • Complete class online at home or work 
  • No skills check-off necessary
  • Guaranteed to meet your regulatory requirements
  • Access to class content for 2 years & no book required


Step One: Purchase the online certification class you need. Initial and renewal students take the same course when it is online. Once you have made the purchase you will receive two emails; first your receipt and 2nd a URL to the online cognitive learning section.

Step Two: Click on the URL or paste the URL in web browser. Click on the ‘Activate Course’ button.  ‘Sign In’ OR ‘Create a New Account’. Complete the online cognitive training portion of class when it is convenient for you. When you have finished print your course "Certificates of Completion”.

*There is no hands-on skills check off required to complete.

Is there a skills check off or hands-on review that I will need to complete this course?
No. The online section of this course is all that you will need to complete.

I am a teacher, childcare provider or need bloodborne pathogen training to be OSHA compliant. Is this the right certification for me?
Yes. AHA’s Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogens course meets or exceeds certification requirements for Indiana teacher licensure, Indiana childcare provider requirements and OSHA compliance.

Are there different courses for initial or renewal certification?
No. Students needing initial certification or renewal take the same course.

How long do I have to complete a course?
You have 12 months to complete the online portion of the class after purchasing. Once the online course is completed you must complete the skills session within 60 days.

How long will the course take?
The online AHA’s Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogen course will take approximately 1 hour.

Will I receive a certification card?
No. You will be given the opportunity to print your "Certificates of Completion” which shows proof of completion. You should maintain a copy for you records.