(1) To minimize exposure to potential blood-borne pathogens during housekeeping, maintenance, laundry or other provided services, employees shall:
(a) wear protective gloves and use an appropriate cleaning solution when cleaning up hazardous materials;
(b) use disposable towels to clean up spills and dispose of the towels in a special biohazard labeled bag;
(c) use a dust pan and brush, cardboard or tongs to clean up broken glass; and
(d) wear waterproof gloves when handling dirty laundry.
(2) All actions that involve contact with blood and other potentially contaminated products should be done in such a way as to minimize splashing, spraying, splattering and the creation of droplets. If workers come into contact with blood or body fluids, they must:
(a) wash their hands or any other contaminated parts of their body with soap and warm water;
(b) wash their hands and potentially exposed skin when they remove protective gloves or other personal protective equipment; and
(c) flush eyes or other mucous membranes with water if these body parts are exposed.