Guide to Managing an Emergency Service Infection Control Program

Guide to Managing an Emergency Service Infection Control Program

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This Guide is designed as a resource to help emergency response organizations tailor the requirements identified in regulations and standards to their own unique situations. The structure of the Guide facilitates its use for different purposes including the following sections...Overview of Infection Control, Components of an Infection Control Program, Vehicles, Equipment, and Supply Considerations, Facilities Considerations, Assessing Effectiveness, and Special Situations. The Guide also contains a bibliography of useful reference documents and several appendices, a glossary of common terms, laws, standards, and guidelines and sources of additional information for special needs in infection control.The risks encountered by emergency services personnel are many, such as traffic, response hazards, blood and body fluids, and violence. To control these risks effectively, a fire or EMS department must use a risk management program.

Title:Guide to Managing an Emergency Service Infection Control Program
Author: U. S. Fire Administration
Publisher:FEMA - 2013-03-15

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