Infection Control Practices - DVD

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When caring for a patient, cleaning up a vehicle after transport, or waiting for the next call at the station, pre-hospital care providers must know the infection control practices they can use to protect themselves and others from communicable diseases.

This program introduces the common components of an Infection Control Program and explains how to break the chain of infection. Also demonstrated is how to prevent the spread of diseases in common areas, workplace facilities and vehicles as well as proper cleaning, disinfecting and disposal procedures.

Teaches to OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1030 Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens, NFPA® 1581 Standard on Fire Department Infection Control Program, NEMSES instructional guidelines for Preparatory (Workforce Safety & Wellness) and Medicine (Infectious Diseases) and guidelines and recommendations by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Course Description: Introduces the common components of an Infection Control Program. Presents the chain of infection and how infection control practices break this chain. Demonstrates procedures to minimize the spread of diseases in workplace facilities and vehicles. Presents environmental controls, including proper cleaning, disinfecting and disposal procedures.

Training Objectives:

1. Presents the common Infection Control Program components
2. Presents how to break the chain of infection
3. Demonstrates infection control procedures to follow in facilities and vehicles
4. Demonstrates proper environmental control procedures.

SkillsTrain Distribution offers it's clients the ability to go for practical certification for this course if a client has completed an interactive course or online module successfully. The module as well as the practical certification can be purchased from us.

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