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Contaminated protective clothing, uniforms, other clothing or equipment can be taken home for cleaning.



True


False

False

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 5)

Contaminated protective clothing, uniforms, other clothing or equipment are not to be taken home for cleaning.

2


What must the signs posted at entrances to potentially hazardous areas display?



Skull and Cross Bones symbol


fluorescent orange warning label


Biohazard symbol


red warning label

Biohazard Symbol

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 1 f)

Signs must be posted at entrances to potentially hazardous areas. These signs must show the BIOHAZARD symbol.

3


In the event the suspect item warrants further investigation, based upon the findings from the Hazardous Material Worksheet, the following shall be accomplished:

a. The supervisor or appropriate personnel shall put on PPE and properly dispose of the hazardous material



True


False

False

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 6 d 5 a)

In the event the suspect item warrants further investigation, based upon the findings from the Hazardous Material Worksheet, the following shall be accomplished:

a. The supervisor or appropriate personnel shall call 911 and request Haz-Mat personnel and Law Enforcement response.

4


Contaminated needles should be recapped by hand.



True


False

False

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 1 a)

Contaminated needles and other contaminated sharps will not be bent, recapped, or removed except by the use of the resheather or other mechanical device. Never recap or break off contaminated needles by hand! Syringe tube holders are provided for the whole hypodermic needle.

5


Response levels for large contaminations that reach a Level 2 or 3 response can only be approved by who?



Sergeant or above


HRD


Risk Management


Lieutenant/Commander or above

Lieutenant/Commander or above

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 3 f)

Response levels for large contaminations in vehicles: Only a Lieutenant/Commander or above can approve a Level II or III response.

6


If a deputy encounters a person in any other environment and reasonably suspects the person has an infectious disease, the deputy shall avoid direct contact with the person, attempt to move other people away and notify the Fire/Rescue Division to respond to assess the person.



True


False

True

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 7 c)

If a deputy encounters a person in any other environment and reasonably suspects the person has an infectious disease, the deputy shall avoid direct contact with the person, attempt to move other people away and notify the Fire/Rescue Division to respond to assess the person.

7


All equipment which may become contaminated with blood or other potentially infectious materials shall be examined and decontaminated if feasible prior to servicing. If contaminated, a label shall be attached to the equipment stating which portions remain contaminated and this information shall be conveyed to the appropriate persons prior to servicing or shipping.



True


False

True

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 1 g)

All equipment which may become contaminated with blood or other potentially infectious materials shall be examined and decontaminated if feasible prior to servicing. If contaminated, a label shall be attached to the equipment stating which portions remain contaminated and this information shall be conveyed to the appropriate persons prior to servicing or shipping.

8


What is the minimum amount of time the Exposure Control Program will be updated?



annually


every 3 months


bi-annually


every 6 months

Annually

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 1 o)

The “Exposure Control Program” shall be updated whenever needed, but at least annually

9


What will employees complete to document any direct occupational exposure which does, or may potentially result in infections



Incident Report


a memo


First Report of Injury


Green Sheet

First Report of Injury

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 1 m)

Employees will complete a First Report of Injury to document any direct occupational exposure which does, or may potentially result in infections, (i.e., needle stick, body fluid in open wound, suspect mail or packages, etc.)

10


What can be substituted for warning labels containing the Bio-hazard symbol?



fluorescent orange bags and containers


A leak proof container


Neon green bags and containers


Red bags and containers

Red Bags and containers

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 1 e)

Warning labels containing the Bio-hazard symbol must be displayed on all containers of regulated waste or potentially infectious materials (including refrigerators, freezers, and storage cabinets). The labels should be fluorescent orange or red. Red bags and containers may be substituted for such labels.

11

the pathogenic microorganisms that may be present in human blood or its components and or products

Blood borne Pathogens

Infectious Diseases

Contaminated

Occupational Exposure

Decontaminated

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Exposure Control Plan

Body Fluids

Engineering Controls

Work Practice Controls

Sharps

Biological Hazard Containers

Hand Washing

Suspect Package or Suspect Mail

Blood borne Pathogens

12

hepatitis, tuberculosis, anthrax and other "Weapons of Mass Destruction" are included in the classification of "________________"

Blood borne Pathogens

Infectious Diseases

Contaminated

Occupational Exposure

Decontaminated

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Exposure Control Plan

Body Fluids

Engineering Controls

Work Practice Controls

Sharps

Biological Hazard Containers

Hand Washing

Suspect Package or Suspect Mail

Infectious Diseases

13

the presence or the reasonably anticipated presence of blood or other potentially infectious materials. this may involve laundry, sharps, mail, parcels, and equipment

Blood borne Pathogens

Infectious Diseases

Contaminated

Occupational Exposure

Decontaminated

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Exposure Control Plan

Body Fluids

Engineering Controls

Work Practice Controls

Sharps

Biological Hazard Containers

Hand Washing

Suspect Package or Suspect Mail

Contaminated

14

the reasonable anticipated risk to exposure with potentially infectious materials that may result from the performance of an employee's duties

Blood borne Pathogens

Infectious Diseases

Contaminated

Occupational Exposure

Decontaminated

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Exposure Control Plan

Body Fluids

Engineering Controls

Work Practice Controls

Sharps

Biological Hazard Containers

Hand Washing

Suspect Package or Suspect Mail

Occupational Exposure

15

the process of cleaning and sterilizing contaminated areas

Blood borne Pathogens

Infectious Diseases

Contaminated

Occupational Exposure

Decontaminated

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Exposure Control Plan

Body Fluids

Engineering Controls

Work Practice Controls

Sharps

Biological Hazard Containers

Hand Washing

Suspect Package or Suspect Mail

Decontaminated

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specialized clothing or equipment worn for protection against an exposure hazard

Blood borne Pathogens

Infectious Diseases

Contaminated

Occupational Exposure

Decontaminated

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Exposure Control Plan

Body Fluids

Engineering Controls

Work Practice Controls

Sharps

Biological Hazard Containers

Hand Washing

Suspect Package or Suspect Mail

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

17

a plan of action which is designated to eliminate or minimize employee exposure

Blood borne Pathogens

Infectious Diseases

Contaminated

Occupational Exposure

Decontaminated

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Exposure Control Plan

Body Fluids

Engineering Controls

Work Practice Controls

Sharps

Biological Hazard Containers

Hand Washing

Suspect Package or Suspect Mail

Exposure Control Plan

18

fluids that the body makes including, but not limited to blood, semen, mucous, feces, urine, vaginal secretions, breast milk, amniotic fluids, cerebrospinal fluid, synovial fluid, pericardial fluid, and fluids that might contain concentrated HIV or HBV viruses

Blood borne Pathogens

Infectious Diseases

Contaminated

Occupational Exposure

Decontaminated

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Exposure Control Plan

Body Fluids

Engineering Controls

Work Practice Controls

Sharps

Biological Hazard Containers

Hand Washing

Suspect Package or Suspect Mail

Body Fluids

19

the means to isolate or remove the bloodborne pathogens or other contaminates from the work place. It is a physical control to reduce the chance of exposure

Blood borne Pathogens

Infectious Diseases

Contaminated

Occupational Exposure

Decontaminated

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Exposure Control Plan

Body Fluids

Engineering Controls

Work Practice Controls

Sharps

Biological Hazard Containers

Hand Washing

Suspect Package or Suspect Mail

Engineering Controls

20

the controls that reduce the likelihood of exposure. Exposure Control Plan is an example of this type of engineering control

Blood borne Pathogens

Infectious Diseases

Contaminated

Occupational Exposure

Decontaminated

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Exposure Control Plan

Body Fluids

Engineering Controls

Work Practice Controls

Sharps

Biological Hazard Containers

Hand Washing

Suspect Package or Suspect Mail

Work Practice Controls

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needles and other sharp objects

Blood borne Pathogens

Infectious Diseases

Contaminated

Occupational Exposure

Decontaminated

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Exposure Control Plan

Body Fluids

Engineering Controls

Work Practice Controls

Sharps

Biological Hazard Containers

Hand Washing

Suspect Package or Suspect Mail

Sharps

22

containers which hold the potentially infectious materials which are properly labeled and ready for disposal collection

Blood borne Pathogens

Infectious Diseases

Contaminated

Occupational Exposure

Decontaminated

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Exposure Control Plan

Body Fluids

Engineering Controls

Work Practice Controls

Sharps

Biological Hazard Containers

Hand Washing

Suspect Package or Suspect Mail

Biological Hazard Containers

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the adequate supply of running water, soap and single use towels or hot air drying machine

Blood borne Pathogens

Infectious Diseases

Contaminated

Occupational Exposure

Decontaminated

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Exposure Control Plan

Body Fluids

Engineering Controls

Work Practice Controls

Sharps

Biological Hazard Containers

Hand Washing

Suspect Package or Suspect Mail

Hand Washing

24

any package or piece of mail, deliverable by the US Postal Service or private carrier that creates a credible concern for public safety. This concern may be caused by the nature of the package or mail or by the source the package or mail was sent from

Blood borne Pathogens

Infectious Diseases

Contaminated

Occupational Exposure

Decontaminated

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Exposure Control Plan

Body Fluids

Engineering Controls

Work Practice Controls

Sharps

Biological Hazard Containers

Hand Washing

Suspect Package or Suspect Mail

Suspect Package or Suspect Mail

25


Waterless hand cleaner or hand wipes can substitute washing hands after working with hazardous material.



True


False

False

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 1 k)

Waterless hand cleaner or hand wipes shall be used as a temporary measure until soap and water is available.

26


Who will update the “Exposure Control Program”?



HRD


Personnel Management Manager


Risk Management


Orange County Health Services

Risk Management

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 1 o)

The “Exposure Control Program” shall be updated whenever needed, but at least annually, by the Risk Management Supervisor.

27


Select all that apply in the event suspect mail or parcel is identified



immediately notify your supervisor or appropriate personnel


in the event the suspect item warrants further investigation, the supervisor shall call 911, the area shall be immediately isolated, no one can enter besides Haz-Mat personnel, no one shall be made to clean up any spills besides Haz-Mat personnel, air circulation device should be turned off immediately, and a list of personnel who came in contact of the suspect item shall be made


if the suspect item doesn't meet the criteria for further investigation, it shall either be forwarded or disposed of appropriately


do not handle or shake the suspect envelops, parcels or packages


the supervisor or appropriate personnel must complete an initial assessment on the item by using the Hazardous Material Worksheet

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 6 d)

In the event suspect mail or parcel is identified:

1. Do not handle or shake the suspect envelopes, parcels or packages.

2. Immediately notify your supervisor or appropriate personnel.

3. The supervisor or appropriate personnel shall complete an initial assessment on the item by using the Hazardous Material Worksheet.

4. If the suspect item does not meet the criteria for further investigation, it shall either be forwarded or disposed of appropriately.

5. In the event the suspect item warrants further investigation, based upon the findings from the Hazardous Material Worksheet, the following shall be accomplished:

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If there is no further threat (to include notes or comments about anthrax, etc.) in the envelope, request the Orange County Fire Rescue Division personnel to "triple bag" the envelope and substance and leave it with the complainant. Ensure that either Law Enforcement or the F.D. calls the Orange County Environmental Protection Division (EPD) at 407-836-1400 and request them to come and pick up the package for disposal.



True


False

True

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 6 h)

If there is no further threat (to include notes or comments about anthrax, etc.) in the envelope, request the Orange County Fire Rescue Division personnel to "triple bag" the envelope and substance and leave it with the complainant. Ensure that either Law Enforcement or the F.D. calls the Orange County Environmental Protection Division (EPD) at 407-836-1400 and request them to come and pick up the package for disposal.


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In the event the suspect item warrants further investigation, based upon the findings from the Hazardous Material Worksheet, the following shall be accomplished:

Other than Haz-Mat personnel, no one shall be allowed to enter the area containing the suspect item(s).



True


False

True

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 6 d 5 c)

In the event the suspect item warrants further investigation, based upon the findings from the Hazardous Material Worksheet, the following shall be accomplished:

Other than Haz-Mat personnel, no one shall be allowed to enter the area containing the suspect item(s).

30


As a supervisor, when an employee reports a body fluid exposure such as a needlestick, sharp object injury, or a splash of blood or body fluids, instruct the employee to follow these simple steps: (SELECT ALL THAT APPLY)



Copiously rinse eyes or mucous membranes with tap water.


First Aid – bleed and vigorously wash the wound with soap and water. If wearing contacts, remove them and wash thoroughly.


The employee should call the Florida Hospital 24-hour Needlestick Hotline at 407-200-5490 or 1-888-807-1020, press 2 for immediate counseling and guidance


Contact on call HRD to advise of situation

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 2 a)

When an employee reports a body fluid exposure such as a needlestick, sharp object injury, or a splash of blood or body fluids, instruct the employee to follow these simple steps:

1. First Aid – bleed and vigorously wash the wound with soap and water. Copiously rinse eyes or mucous membranes with tap water. If wearing contacts, remove them and wash thoroughly.

2. The employee should call the Florida Hospital 24-hour Needlestick Hotline at 407-200-5490 or 1-888-807-1020, press 2 for immediate counseling and guidance. The Hotline staff should be consulted whenever there is a needlestick/body fluid exposure, even if there is a question on whether or not there was an exposure. Let the Hotline staff determine if there was an exposure.

31


What are the program objectives of the Exposure Control Program? CHECK ALL THAT APPLY



To make available Hepatitis vaccinations to all employees at risk after receipt of infectious diseases training and within ten (10) working days of initial assignment


To provide appropriate treatment and counseling should an employee be exposed to bloodborne pathogens or “Weapons of Mass Destruction.”


To establish procedures for the evaluation of circumstances surrounding exposure incidents


To identify all employees at risk of exposure to HIV and HBV, or other bloodborne pathogens and the “Weapons of Mass Destruction.”


To establish policies and procedures for controlling employee exposure to fluids or tissue considered being sources of HIV or HBV infection, or other bloodborne pathogens and “Weapons of Mass Destruction.”


To establish a training program for all employees with occupational exposure


To meet the standards established by the Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration OSHA (29 CFR, Part 19010.1030 effective date March 6, 1992) on bloodborne pathogens including human immune deficiency virus (HIV) and Hepatitis B virus (HBV). Also, the guidelines established by the United States Mail Service for incoming mail handling and the Orange County Health Department.


To provide record keeping


To establish procedures for the evacuation and isolation of areas and people exposed to “Weapons of Mass Destruction.”

GO 4.7.2 (4 A)

Program Objectives

1. To meet the standards established by the Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration OSHA (29 CFR, Part 19010.1030 effective date March 6, 1992) on bloodborne pathogens including human immune deficiency virus (HIV) and Hepatitis B virus (HBV). Also, the guidelines established by the United States Mail Service for incoming mail handling and the Orange County Health Department.

2. To identify all employees at risk of exposure to HIV and HBV, or other bloodborne pathogens and the “Weapons of Mass Destruction.”

3. To establish policies and procedures for controlling employee exposure to fluids or tissue considered being sources of HIV or HBV infection, or other bloodborne pathogens and “Weapons of Mass Destruction.”

4. To establish procedures for the evaluation of circumstances surrounding exposure incidents.

5. To establish procedures for the evacuation and isolation of areas and people exposed to “Weapons of Mass Destruction.”

6. To make available Hepatitis vaccinations to all employees at risk after receipt of infectious diseases training and within ten (10) working days of initial assignment.

7. To provide appropriate treatment and counseling should an employee be exposed to bloodborne pathogens or “Weapons of Mass Destruction.”

8. To establish a training program for all employees with occupational exposure.

9. To provide record keeping.

32


If a vehicle is contaminated, where shall a Bio-Hazard sticker be placed?



on the drivers side window


on the green sheet


with the keys to the vehicle


on the front windshield

On the front windshield

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 3 a 2)

Place a Bio-Hazard sticker on the vehicle’s front windshield

33


Response levels for large contaminations in vehicles:



within 24 hours

level I

Level II

Level III




Level I

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 3 d)

Response levels for large contaminations in vehicles:

1. Level I - within 24 hours.


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within 12 hours

level I

Level II

Level III

2. Level II - within 12 hours.

35

within 2 hours

level I

Level II

Level III

3. Level III - within 2 hours.

36


When shall contaminated clothing shall be submitted for cleaning or disposal



as soon as possible


prior to the start of next shift


at the end of shift


when time permits

As soon as possible

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 5 a)

Contaminated clothing shall be submitted for cleaning or disposal as soon as possible.

37


What shall Deputies assess a person’s symptoms on?



relayed knowledge


agency approved training


personal knowledge and experience


self obtained training

Agency approved training

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 7 e)

Deputies shall assess a person’s symptoms based on agency approved training.

38


Where should salvageable non-porous equipment be taken for cleaning and decontamination.



Contracted Cleaners


Risk Management


Gun Range


Forensics

Forensics

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 5 b 2)

Salvageable non-porous equipment should be placed in a red bag labeled with the employee’s name and contact number, and taken to Forensics for cleaning and decontamination.

39


For a large fluid contamination, who determines whether we clean the spill or a contractor is called to clean the spill?



Risk Management


Fleet Management


Watch/Sector Commander


Sergeant

Watch/Sector Commander

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 3 a 1)

For large fluid contamination, the Watch Commander or sector Commander will determine whether we clean the spill or a contractor is called to clean the spill.

40


In the event the FBI does not respond to a credible threat of a Haz-Mat situation, who will be requested to respond to take possession of the item?



Orange County Fire Rescue Division Haz-Mat


Evidence


Orange County E.P.D.


Bomb Squad

Orange County Environmental
Protection Division (EPD)

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 6 g)

In the event the FBI does not respond, the Orange County E.P.D. shall be requested to respond to take possession of the item.

41


How long shall employees wash their hands immediately or as soon as feasible after removal of gloves or other personal protective equipment when working with hazardous material?



5 miutes


2 minutes


60 seconds


30 seconds

60 seconds

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 1 k)

Employees shall wash their hands with soap and water for 60 seconds immediately or as soon as feasible after removal of gloves or other personal protective equipment.

42


Where shall all blood or other potentially infectious materials will be placed?



in plastic bags


in evidence envelopes


in paper bags


in leak proof containers

In leak proof containers

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 1 d)

All blood or other potentially infectious materials will be placed in leak proof containers during collection, handling, processing, storage and transport.

43


In the event the suspect item warrants further investigation, based upon the findings from the Hazardous Material Worksheet, the following shall be accomplished:

A list shall be established and maintained of all personnel who touched or otherwise came into contact with the suspected envelopes, parcels, or packages.



True


False

True

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 6 d 5 e)

44


All spills of potentially infectious material shall be immediately disinfected and cleaned up using: (CHECK ALL THAT APPLY)



a scoop


mask


appropriate gloves


safety goggles


absorbent material

Appropriate gloves, absorbent material and a scoop

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 1 j)

All spills of potentially infectious material shall be immediately disinfected and cleaned up using appropriate gloves, absorbent material, and a scoop. The waste shall be placed in a properly marked regulated waste container.

45


If the employee or supervisor has any questions in reference to a Needlestick/Body Fluid Exposure, who should they contact?



HRD


Division Commander


Personnel Management Manager


Risk Management

Risk Management

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 2 d)

If the employee or supervisor has any questions, they should contact the on-call Risk Management staff member for assistance

46


When handling mail within the agency, anyone can inspect incoming mail or parcels.



True


False

False

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 6 a)

Handling of Mail within the Agency

a. A trained employee shall inspect all incoming mail or parcels

47


Who shall a supervisor or above notify of a threat assessment where there is a presence of a substance?



Orange County Fire Rescue Division


Risk Management


Intelligence


Orange County Health Services

Intelligence

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 6 f)

A supervisor or above shall notify Intelligence.

48


In the event the suspect item warrants further investigation, based upon the findings from the Hazardous Material Worksheet, the following shall be accomplished:

The area shall be immediately isolated and cordoned off.



True


False

True

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 6 d 5 b)

In the event the suspect item warrants further investigation, based upon the findings from the Hazardous Material Worksheet, the following shall be accomplished:

The area shall be immediately isolated and cordoned off.

49


If a deputy is transporting an arrestee and reasonably suspects through symptoms or self-disclosure the arrestee has an infectious disease, the deputy shall park in an isolated area, leave the arrestee in the vehicle and notify the Fire/Rescue Division to respond to assess the arrestee.



True


False

True

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 7 b)

If a deputy is transporting an arrestee and reasonably suspects through symptoms or self-disclosure the arrestee has an infectious disease, the deputy shall park in an isolated area, leave the arrestee in the vehicle and notify the Fire/Rescue Division to respond to assess the arrestee.

50


What shall work surfaces be cleaned and decontaminated with after contact with blood or other potentially infectious materials?



50% bleach and water solution


pure bleach


alcohol


10% bleach and water solution

10% bleach and water solution

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 1 i)

Work surfaces shall be cleaned and decontaminated with 10% bleach and water solution or another approved solution immediately after contact with blood or other potentially infectious materials.

51


Employees with open lesions/wounds shall not have any direct contact with potentially infectious material.



True


False

True

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 1 l)

Employees with open lesions/wounds shall not have any direct contact with potentially infectious material.

52


In the event the suspect item warrants further investigation, based upon the findings from the Hazardous Material Worksheet, the following shall be accomplished:

Air circulation devices (i.e., fans, air-conditioning, heating systems, etc.) should be set to low speed



True


False

False

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 6 d 5 e)

In the event the suspect item warrants further investigation, based upon the findings from the Hazardous Material Worksheet, the following shall be accomplished:

Air circulation devices (i.e., fans, air-conditioning, heating systems, etc.) should be turned off immediately

53


If the clothing and/or equipment is unsalvageable due to contamination, what should be done? (CHECK ALL THAT APPLY)



do a green form (10-1451a) for the uniforms and equipment


do a blue form for personal articles


submit for cleaning


deposit the red bag in the biohazard box

deposit the red bag in the biohazard box, do a green form (10-1451a) for the uniforms and equipment, do a blue form for personal articles

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 5 b 1)

If the clothing and/or equipment is unsalvageable, deposit the red bag in the biohazard box and do a green form (10-1451a) for the uniforms and equipment and a blue form for personal articles.

54


Who is the Needlestick Hotline staffed by?



Professional Nurses


Call Services Taker


Health Services Employee


Physician's Assistant

Professional Nurses

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 2 b)

The Hotline is staffed by professional nurses with expertise in occupational exposures. They are sensitive to the emotional impact employees suffer when exposed to blood or body fluids. The Hotline staff will ask for complete details of the incident and offer a risk assessment of the injury. They will ask for any identifying information regarding the source individual, if known. They will determine immunization status of the employee such as Hepatitis B vaccinations and tetanus.

55


Where will SWAT or DUI vans with a large fluid contamination be taken for cleaning?



Fleet


Ops


to the contracted cleaners


DUI Center

DUI Center

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 3 a 1)

SWAT or DUI vans should be taken to the DUI Center parking lot and keys left inside the DUI Center.

56


In the event the suspect item warrants further investigation, based upon the findings from the Hazardous Material Worksheet, the following shall be accomplished:

Attempt to clean up any spills



True


False

False

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 6 d 5 c)

In the event the suspect item warrants further investigation, based upon the findings from the Hazardous Material Worksheet, the following shall be accomplished:

No attempt shall be made to clean up any spills. If possible, cover the spill and the suspect item(s). Only Haz-Mat personnel will remove the covering.

57


How full can a puncture-proof biological hazard sharps container become before it has to be disposed of?



1/2


full


7/8


3/4

3/4

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 1 b)

These containers shall be sealed and dated when they are 3/4 full and then disposed of properly. Needles/sharps shall never be forced into a container.

58


With vehicle spills of minor body fluid contamination (i.e., spill), use the Mess Kit according to instructions. These kits may be used on most surfaces and utilized for blood, urine, feces, vomit, or any other body fluid. Where are these kits available from? (CHECK ALL THAT APPLY)



DUI Facility


Corporals


Lieutenants/Commanders


Each Sector


ASL's


Risk Management


Sergeants

Each Sector, DUI Facility, Sergeants, Lieutenants/Commanders

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 3)

Vehicle Spills

For minor body fluid contamination (i.e., spill), use the Mess Kit according to instructions. These kits may be used on most surfaces and utilized for blood, urine, feces, vomit, or any other body fluid. Kits are available at each sector and DUI Facility. They are also available from Sergeants, Lieutenants/Commanders, or Watch Commanders.

59


If the Hotline staff determines there has been a true body fluid exposure, employees are not required to follow the instructions provided by the Hotline staff.



True


False

False

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 2 c)

If the Hotline staff determines there has been a true body fluid exposure, the employee will be referred to one of the Florida Hospital facilities (Florida Hospital Emergency Room, Centra Care or Florida Hospital Employee Clinic) offering specialized medical surveillance following body fluid exposures. Employees should follow the instructions provided by the Hotline staff and not deviate from them.

60


No eating, drinking, smoking, applying cosmetics or lip balm, or the handling of contact lenses should occur in any area where there is a reasonable likelihood of occupational exposure.



True


False

True

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 1 c)

No eating, drinking, smoking, applying cosmetics or lip balm, or the handling of contact lenses should occur in any area where there is a reasonable likelihood of occupational exposure.

61


If Intelligence determines that the incident is a credible threat where there is a presence of a FBI

substance, who shall be notified?



Orange County Fire Rescue Division Haz-Mat


EPD


Homeland Security


FBI

FBI

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 6 f)

If Intelligence determines that the incident is a credible threat, Intelligence shall notify the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

62


Where will a vehicle with a large fluid contamination, excluding SWAT or DUI vans, be taken for cleaning?



to the contracted cleaners


Ops


Fleet


DUI Center

Fleet

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 3 a 1)

Vehicle shall be driven or towed to Fleet Management parking lot. Vehicle keys will be left with Fleet Management.

63


In conducting the initial threat assessment where there is a presence of a substance, who shall be requested to finish opening any partially open envelope and see what, if any, note or other items are in the envelope



Person taking the initial report


Orange County Fire Rescue Division Haz-Mat


Orange County Bomb Squad


Persons Investigator

Orange County Fire Rescue Division Haz-Mat

GO 4.7.2 (4 B 6 e)

In conducting the initial threat assessment where there is a presence of a substance, the Orange County Fire Rescue Division Haz-Mat personnel shall be requested to finish opening any partially open envelope and see what, if any, note or other items are in the envelope.