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Hand Washing Protect HCW from illness
Hand Washing Best way to prevent
Hand Washing universal precaution
Standard Precautions Developed by CDC
Standard Precautions Used at all times
Standard Precautions pt're considered infectious
Standard Precautions Fluids could be infectious
Infectious fluids Mucus
Infectious fluids Sputum
Infectious fluids Saliva
Infectious fluids CSF
Infectious fluids Urine
Infectious fluids Feces
Infectious fluids Vomit
Infectious fluids Semen
Infectious fluids Vaginal Fluids
Infectious fluids Feces
Infectious fluids Blood
Infectious fluids Nonintact skin
Infectious fluids Tissue or cell specimens
Infectious fluids Mucous membranes
BBP Standards Established in 1991
BBP Standards By OSHA
BBP Standards Must be followed by HCW
BBP Standards Big fines if not followed
Pathogens HBV
Pathogens HCV
Pathogens HIV
BBP Required Regulations Provide HBV Vaccine
BBP Required Regulations hand washing facilities
BBP Required Regulations Ensure worksite is clean
BBP Required Regulations Must provide PPE
PPE Eye wear
PPE Gowns
PPE Masks
PPE Gloves
PPE Lab coat
PPE CPR mask
Dispose of Infectious Waste Properly
Provide confidential follow up for exposure incident
Bleach % 10%
Employer must Identify those at risk
Hand washing facilities must be adequate
HCW Health Care Worker
Created by: Andres