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Grantee Name: Miami Dade College

Grant Number: SH-26328-SH4

Grant Year: 2014

The grantee provided occupational health and safety training to workers and employers in small businesses at locations in south Florida. Training topics included safe patient handling, bloodborne pathogens and needlestick exposure, and employer responsibilities in protecting temporary workers. Training and materials were provided in English, Spanish, and Haitian Creole.

Healthcare - English

Title Length Format File Size
Bloodborne Pathogens & Needlestick Exposure 116 Slide(s) PPTX 3.8 MB
Safe Patient Handling 70 Slide(s) PPTX 822 KB
Intro to OSHA & Employers Responsibilities 24 Slide(s) PPTX 1.5 MB
Bloodborne Pathogens & Needlesticks Pre-Post Test 2 Pages(s) PDF 86 KB
Bloodborne Pathogens & Needlesticks Test answer key 2 Pages(s) PDF 90 KB
Intro to OSHA & Employer Responsibilities Test 2 Pages(s) PDF 83 KB

Healthcare - Spanish

Title Length Format File Size
Agentes Patógenos de transmisión sanguínea y exposición a lesiones por punción de aguja 116 Slide(s) PPTX 3.7 MB
Manejo Seguro del Paciente 70 Slide(s) PPTX 836 KB
Intro a OSHA y las Responsabilidades de los Empleadores 24 Slide(s) PPTX 1.4 MB
Patógenos Prueba pre y post 2 Pages(s) PDF 135 KB
Patógenos clave de respuesta de prueba 2 Pages(s) PDF 183 KB

Healthcare - Haitian Creole

Title Length Format File Size
Bloodborne Pathogens & Needlestick Exposure (Creole) 116 Slide(s) PPTX 3.4 MB
Safe Manyen Pasyan (Creole) 70 Slide(s) PPTX 146 KB
Intro OSHA ak Responsabilite Anplwayè (Creole) 24 Slide(s) PPTX 1.1 MB
Bloodborne Pathogens & Needlesticks Pre-post Test (Creole) 2 Pages(s) PDF 127 KB
Bloodborne Pathogens & Needlesticks Test answer key (Creole) 2 Pages(s) PDF 146 KB

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