Anyone working in today's busy hospital, health or emergency services runs the risk of coming into contact with other people's blood or body substances - known as occupational exposure. This program explains the steps that need to be taken after an exposure to help reduce the risk of infection. Featuring examples, this program demonstrates and explains both the dangers of poor practice and the benefits of good practice dealing with occupational exposure. We examine the risks, case studies, first aid, reporting, risk assessment, counselling, blood testing and follow up. 20 minutes.