Flashcards in Infection Control Manual Deck (20)
NFPA ________ covers Fire Department Infection Control Program.
___________ develops and oversees the federal standard placed to minimize or eliminate occupational exposure to blood borne pathogens.
According to OSHA blood borne pathogen training refresher shall be given how often?
Once a year
To minimize the risk for exposure all personnel arriving on scene of an EMS incident shall wear their department issued _____________.
_________ shall be donned by all personnel prior to providing any and all emergency medical service including provision of care to other FRD members.
The FRD works in partnership with what infectious disease physicians group?
Infectious Diseases Physicians Inc.
Where P2 sharps shuttles should be disposed of?
Hospital patient is transported to
If an exposure happens and the source patient refuses transport, personnel shall immediately notify their _________ and call for a __________ to respond.
Safety Officer, EMS supervisor
_________ is the federal agency responsible for conducting research and making recommendations for the prevention of work-related injury and illness.
Gear being sent to the gear center for cleaning after a significant soiling needs to be placed in what for transport?
Two red plastic deposable bags
What is the single most important goal of an infectious control manual?
Reduce exposures to personnel
What is the best practice to prevent the transmission of infectious diseases?
Good hand hygiene
8 quart sharp containers shall be disposed of when they are how full?
The ___________ Act requires every emergency response agency to have a ensign acted infection control program.
What immediate reaction needs to be done to any potential infectious exposure?
Whatever measures could reasonably maximize removal of hue he foreign body
For exposures for blood, bloody fluid splashes, vomit or spit providers shall immediately take what action as soon as possible?
Flush or rise the foreign substance
Under what circumstances are exposed providers allowed to remain in services as minimum staffing following a potential risk exposure without notifications of the safety officer?
If a FRD member is exposed to infectious or contagious conditions off duty who shall the employee contact?
On duty Safety Officer
An approach to infection control in which human blood and certain body fluids are treated as if known to be infectious for HIV, HBV, HVC and other blood borne pathogens is known as?