University of Texas at Arlington - SH-19502-09

Influenza Pandemic

Occupational Safety and Health Course for Healthcare Professionals

Grant Materials
Title Language Length Format File Size
Occupational Safety and Health Course for Healthcare Professionals
Module 1: Introduction to OSHA Standards
45 slides
PPT 3.95 MB
Module 2: Hazard Communication Standard
29 slides
PPT 2.67 MB
Module 3: Bloodborne Pathogens
32 slides
PPT 8.96 MB
Module 4: Personal Protective Equipment, Subpart I
28 slides
PPT 3.34 MB
Module 5: Electrical Safety, Subpart S
34 slides
PPT 3.45 MB
Module 6: Walking & Working Surfaces, Subpart D
26 slides
PPT 3.24 MB
Module 7: Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, and Fire Protection
36 slides
PPT 2.62 MB
Module 8: Ergonomics
20 slides
PPT 2.01 MB
Module 9: Workplace Violence Prevention
43 slides
PPT 3.00 MB
Module 10: Pandemic Influenza Preparedness & Response
59 slides
PPT 3.53 MB
Module 11: Pandemic Influenza: Key Elements of a Plan
39 slides
PPT 4.24 MB
Module 12: Pandemic Influenza: Strategies to Support Continuity of Operations
77 slides
PPT 4.08 MB
Course Purpose and Learning Objectives
3 pages
PDF 26.76 KB

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