See All PhotosKaiser PermanenteEngaged EmployerKaiser PermanenteAdd an InterviewAbout12,418Reviews10,248JobsMoreOverviewCompany OverviewOrganization StructureLocationsFAQ12,418Reviews10,248Jobs14,966Salaries1,994Interviews4,661Benefits88PhotosFollow+Add an InterviewInterview QuestionMedical Transcription and Laboratory Technician III Interview-Portland, ORKaiser PermanenteYou arrive to work at the start of your shift and notice work area has bodily fluids and small amounts of blood splatter; what do you do first?Tags:behavioral, chain of command, decontamination process, safety equipmentAnswerAdd TagsFlag as InappropriateFlag as InappropriateInterview Answer1 Answer▲4▼Inform your supervisor. Determine extent of body fluid contamination of work area. Determine proper chemical cleaning supplies necessary to correct contamination hazard. Use PPE (personal protection equipment) as appropriate to situation before you being clean-up of contaminated work space/bench.Anonymous on Aug 5, 2012Flag as InappropriateFlag as InappropriateInterviews>Kaiser PermanenteAdd Answers or CommentsTo comment on this, Sign In or Sign Up. Kaiser Permanente CareersWhat does total health mean at Kaiser Permanente? Everything. Focusing on mind, body and spirit, our 217,000 employees and physicians work... – MoreLife & CultureNursingMental HealthDigital & Innovation This is the employer's chance to tell you why you should work for them. The information provided is from their perspective.