Presentation on theme: "CBRF Standard Precautions Training Developed by: University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Center for Career Development (CCDET) Approved by: Wisconsin Department."— Presentation transcript:
CBRF Standard Precautions Training Developed by: University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Center for Career Development (CCDET) Approved by: Wisconsin Department of Health Services Division of Quality Assurance Bureau of Assisted Living March 2010
CBRF Standard Precautions Training It’s the Law! Wisconsin State Statutes Wisconsin Administrative Code OSHA Requirements
Learning Points Learn about standard precautions and why they are important in your work Understand how bloodborne diseases and other communicable diseases spread from person to person Learn how to prevent the spread of communicable diseases Learn what to do during and after an exposure incident Here’s what we’ll cover:
Bloodborne Pathogens Bloodborne diseases HIV AIDS Hepatitis B Hepatitis C Bloodborne pathogens Spread from person to person Spread through contact with blood or other body fluids Can result in serious illness and death
Activity: Practice Hand Hygiene Techniques Hand rub Apply to palm of one hand Rub hands together until dry Use enough rub to take at least 15 seconds to dry Hand washing (soap and water) Wet hands with water Apply soap Rub hands together for at least 15 seconds Rinse hands under water Dry hands with a disposable towel Use the towel to turn off faucet The CDC’s hand hygiene video is located at / /
Biohazard Warning Labels Biohazard warning labels are required on: Containers of regulated waste Refrigerators and freezers containing blood or other body fluids Other containers used to store, transport, or ship blood or other potentially infectious materials Red bags or containers may be substituted for labels
Personal Protective Equipment Some examples: Gloves Gown Mask Eye protection
Activity: Removing Gloves Grasp outside edge near wrist Peel way from hand, turning glove inside out Hold in opposite gloved hand Slide ungloved finger under wrist of remaining glove Peel off from inside, creating a bag for both gloves Discard
Infectious Materials Specimens Samples of blood or other body fluids Regulated waste Bandages or tissues Contaminated sharps Lab waste Sharps Needles Scalpels
Food Service Bringing food into the building Preparing food Serving meals to residents Cleaning up after meals Washing dishes Disposing of waste What’s your role?
Housekeeping Cleaning surfaces in residents’ rooms Disinfecting items used to care for residents Taking away trash or other soiled items Cleaning common areas Keeping it clean
Laundry Removing soiled items from residents’ rooms Washing and drying bedding, towels and clothing Replacing bedding, towels and clothing for residents What’s involved?
Exposure Incident Wash exposed area with soap and water Flush splashes to nose, mouth or skin with water Irrigate eyes with water or saline Report the exposure If necessary, see a healthcare professional Be prepared!
Post Exposure Plan Notify your supervisor Document the exposure incident Explain what happened Test blood or other body fluids for infectious material Participate in risk counseling Help plan to eliminate future exposures Follow your CBRF’s post exposure plan
Learning Points Review Learn about standard precautions and why they are important in your work Understand how bloodborne diseases and other communicable diseases spread from person to person Learn how to prevent the spread of communicable diseases Learn what to do during and after an exposure incident Here’s what we covered: