Tips to Preventing The Spread Of Infection In Facilities
On August 14 at 1:00 p.m. Eastern, CleanLink will air the live webcast, Infection Control: Breaking the Chain of Infection, presented by Darrel Hicks, Author & Consultant.
In any workplace’s war against infection, the enemy is aggressive and ever-changing. As viruses like C. diff, MRSA and VRE become more resistant, the proper cleaning tools and procedures are vitally important to eradicating outbreaks. Equally important is educating employees on their need to follow specific cleaning protocols to break the chain of infection. If not, germs spread, bacteria mutate, and building occupants contribute to the problem with poor hygiene habits. The need to develop a battle plan — and recruit customers, end users and occupants to join the fight — is stronger than ever.
This webcast will provide an in-depth understanding of universal practices and methods of combating the spread of infection in a variety of settings. The result: a healthier working environment for building occupants, increased morale, reduced absenteeism and greater productivity.
The webcast will detail:
• Considerations specific to various types of facilities: schools, health care, hospitality, offices, etc.
• Why these facilities are breeding grounds for infections
• Ways to reduce MRSA, influenza and the common cold
• Cleaning and disinfecting common touch-points, such as door knobs, keyboards, light switches, hand rails, etc.
• Promoting and practicing proper hand washing
CleanLink is offering the Infection Control: Breaking the Chain of Infection webcast as a free webcast and is authorized by IACET to award 0.1 CEUs for attendance. Register here for this free training.
Those unable to attend the live presentation are still enocouraged to register. Materials from the event will be sent to all registrants following the live presentation and all are welcome to view the archived recording, available online at www.CleanLink.com/Webcasts, following the live event.
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