|Grantee Name: University of Texas at Arlington||Grant Number: SH-19502-09||Grant Year: 2009|
The grantee produced training materials for healthcare workers that address emergency preparedness including pandemic influenza. Training materials are suited for a broad range of workers including nurses, technicians, laboratory employees, EMS personnel, food service providers, and housekeeping staff. Training materials include 13 PowerPoint presentations.
|Occupational Safety and Health Course for Healthcare Professionals|
|Module 1: Introduction to OSHA Standards||45 slides||PPT*||3.9 MB|
|Module 2: Hazard Communication Standard||29 slides||PPT*||2.6 MB|
|Module 3: Bloodborne Pathogens||32 slides||PPT*||8.9 MB|
|Module 4: Personal Protective Equipment, Subpart I||28 slides||PPT*||3.3 MB|
|Module 5: Electrical Safety, Subpart S||34 slides||PPT*||3.4 MB|
|Module 6: Walking & Working Surfaces, Subpart D||26 slides||PPT*||3.2 MB|
|Module 7: Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, and Fire Protection||36 slides||PPT*||2.6 MB|
|Module 8: Ergonomics||20 slides||PPT*||2.0 MB|
|Module 9: Workplace Violence Prevention||43 slides||PPT*||2.9 MB|
|Module 10: Pandemic Influenza Preparedness & Response||59 slides||PPT*||3.5 MB|
|Module 11: Pandemic Influenza: Key Elements of a Plan||39 slides||PPT*||4.2 MB|
|Module 12: Pandemic Influenza: Strategies to Support Continuity of Operations||77 slides||PPT*||4.0 MB|
|Module 13: Pandemic Influenza: Resources Available to Support Planning||26 slides||PPT*||8.6 MB|
|Course Purpose and Learning Objectives||3 pages||PDF*||27 KB|
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