Don't know what to include in your annual update training!  Here it is with script and you can plug in your department specifics! Added information on Ebola and MERS. This product is available for immediate download. 

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This presentation will guide you through training for staff charged with doing first aid and CPR

PowerPoint Presenation with script

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Staff that are not listed in an "At Risk" group for exposure should still receive education & training as to why they are not at risk and what to do if they think that they had an exposure.

This presentation is to be used for new staff orientation for non risk employees

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Forms take time to create. Why re-invent the wheel? This presentation is full of froms that can be used for your Exposure Control Plans, Vaccine programs and tracking exposure statistics. Your information can be input directly to these forms.

Consent and declination forms, compliance monitors are also included. 

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Day Care Centers and Summer Camps have responsibilites for education and trainig regarding bloodborne, airborne and droplet diseases.  There are also vaccine/immunization requirement to be met.

This presentation will cover all the major aspects of training to assist in  meeting  OSHA requirements.  Old diseases are now back and there is a need to insure stafff is up-to-date on vaccines and immunizations. 

PowerPoint presentaqtion with script

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PowerPoint Presentation with Script on the current Ebola Outbreak, current World Health Organization and CDC guidelines/recommendations

Signs/Symptoms, recommend PPE and cleaning routines.  Updated to the time of order.

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This presentation goes though situational questions regarding various scenarios to bring about a better understanding of exposure events.  This is a good exercise for staff at a station training.

Slides and script are provided.

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This presentation reviews the newest information on the Hepatitis B virus and vaccine recommendation in accordance witht he CDC guidelines which OSHA is enforcing.

PowerPoint presentation with script

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Slide presentation with script giving a generalized overview of Hepatitis C, current information on risk, mode of transmission and post-exposure management. New available rapid testing methods. Treatment leading to "cure" of the disease.

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Review of 2005 CDC guidelines. For new hire training.

Slide set and script

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This program reviews terminology, mode of transmission, risk for healthcare workers, spill cleaning, and postexposure issues, rapid testing for source patients and treatment that equals - prevention for transmission.

Set of 57 slides and script

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Covers the new diseases for training purposes under the  new CDC 2003 guidelines - TB, CJD, Staphylococci, Streptococci, Herpes (type 1 & 2) and Cytomegalovirus (CMV)

, slides/script

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Bloodborne Pathogens and TB, practice specific, narrated CD with PowerPoint slides (122), post test, sign in sheet and live Q&A.

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MRSA (Methacillin Resistant Staph aureus) is another new organism which is not understood. Here are slides to assist you in presenting a basic education program.

Slide set (60 slides) and script

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PowerPoint presentation with script.

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Have staff with egg allergy? Have staff who does not want a virus injected into their body?  Have staff who do not like injections?  The new influenza vaccines eliminate these concerns.  Learn about what they offer and work to increase participation rates. 

This version includes a PowerPoint presentation with script and narration.

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There are 5 different influenza vaccines available today.  There may be one that will increase participation in your workplace setting.  This presentation will review all five and the benefit that each offers.

Have staff with egg allergy or allergies to mercury or antibiotics?  There are other options for them.  Find out what they are.  Remember- employers must accommodate employee with allergies!

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OSHA requires that new staff have training on hire.  This presentation will assist you in presenting this training.  PowerPoint Presentation which allows you to input some of your department specifics.

 

 

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This book will walk you though step-by-step what needs to be taught regarding bloodborne pathogens and tuberculosis. The format allows for integration of your Exposure Control Plan. 

Course content includes a review of the disease process and discussion of hepatitis B, hepatitis C, HIV, Syphilis and tuberculosis. This discussion covers risk assessment, epidemiology, signs and symptoms, and postexposure management. The course book also addresses workplace specific procedures for infection control, proper use and requirements for personal protective equipment, cleaning, disinfection and sterilization, laundry issues, and medical waste disposal issues.

Post-exposure management is presented in detail to include the Centers for Disease Control post-exposure protocols. These important protocols are presented in an easy to follow flow chart format. References and reference materials to support the curriculum are included as well. Course books are updated each February which enable you to stay up to date.

New Staff Training Presentation is over 290  slides following the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen, Airborne & Droplet Transmitted Disease Curriculum Guide. The key disease list in the Ryan White Law included. 

 

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This presentation reviews  common childhood diseases like measles, mumps and chicken pox. A review of important immunizations and vaccinations to assist in maintaining your health as well as guidelines for when you should or should not be at work because of illness or when you might be at work but not involved in the direct care of patients.

This CD assists with education and training recommended under NFPA 1581, the infection control standard for fire/rescue personal. Pre-test, post-test and instructor materials are included. CDC updated the work restriction guidelines in 2011 - do you know what has changed?

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This book is designed to assist you in the step-by-step implementation of an effective communication and reporting program for exposure management. If you cannot attend the IC-EC training class, this is the next best thing.

Contains sample letters, forms, reports, applicable laws and regulations and numerous other reference materials, disease information, post-exposure protocols and other reference materials

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Current post-exposure protocols at your fingertips.

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PowerPoint CD with script, Covers MRSA, VRE, MDR-TB, XDR-TB and C. Diff. Over 80 slides.

Review of MRSA, VRE, C-diff and the new CRE, clarification of the need for post exposure medical follow up.  Introducing Contact Precautions for care of patients with multi-drug resistant organisms.

 

 

Discount for NAPSICO members

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Ideal for teaching middle to high school students health classes.

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Offers clarification on use of Personal Protective Equipment that is task-based.

Slide set and script

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Identification of how a disease is transmitted will clearly assist in the determination of what type of personal protective equipment is recommended for patient care and what type of cleaning is needed. This presentation will review this infomation for bloodborne, airborne and droplet transmitted diseases.

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A review of the disease, Multi-drug and Extensively resistant strains, current recommendations for TB testing and options to skin testing are all included in this presentation.  

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Assist staff in understanding risk in an exposure situation.  And, ask the question - do we have built in protections?

PowerPoint slides and script

Discount for NAPSICO members

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The healthier you are the less susceptible you are to infection. These CDC guidelines review when you should and should not be at work because you are not healthy. Infection control is a 2 way street - protect patient and care providers. This is more important with the new healthcare law.  Part of your Exposure Control Plan and in your traiining should include these prevention methods. OSHA is enforcing these CDC guidelines.  

Slides/Script 

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30 slide prestentation with script desinged to assist in answering question for your stagff.  Updated to time of order. 


 

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