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Bloodborne Pathogens: Know the Risk SS1027B (13 MIn.)
Description
Bloodborne Pathogens are a potential hazard in every workplace. Even minor first aid situations can present a potential risk. That's why training is so important. This prgram takes the mystery out of Bloodborne Pathogens by explaining, in simple terms: What Bloodborne Pathogens are What diseases they can cause and How to prevent exposure.
Bloodborne Pathogens: Know The Risk - SS1027BS (13 Min.)
Description
Bloodborne Pathogens are a potential hazard in every workplace. Even minor first aid situations can present a potential risk. That's why training is so important. This prgram takes the mystery out of Bloodborne Pathogens by explaining, in simple terms: What Bloodborne Pathogens are What diseases they can cause and How to prevent exposure.
First Aid – SS1058IE (9 min.)
Description
First Aid is the immediate card given to the injured or suddenly ill person, it is temporary assistance until proper medical professionals are available. This training program is designed to provide information so that you can help a victim that is in need of first aid.
HIPAA Compliance - SS14017AE (10 min.) [English Only]
Description
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, or HIPAA, forbids sharing, transmitting or divulging of information designated as Protected Health Information or PHI of individuals. It’s designed to offer workers specific protections. Businesses are charged with the responsibility of complying with the provisions set forth in HIPAA and this program was designed to help you reach this goal. This program will help you understand what the HIPAA rulings mean, what your company must do and the steps that must be taken to bring your organization into compliance.
Home Health Care - Animal Control - SS704E
Description
Home Care Workers visit different home environments on a daily basis, and with different environments comes an array of challenges. One of those challenges may be encountering hostile pets. In some situations, when visiting a client, Home Care employees may be threatened, bitten, or otherwise injured by an unrestrained animal. Most animals seem friendly and harmless. Yet, every year in the U.S. animals: Bite millions of people, seriously injure thousands of people and kill about 100 people. Workers can help protect yourself and others by knowing how to recognize the warning signs of aggressive behavior, avoid or prevent an animal attack or how to defend an attack. This program illustrates all of these important techniques.
Home Health Care - Body Mechanics - SS701E
Description
The purpose of using proper body mechanics is simple…To Prevent Injury. One of the most strenuous and potentially hazardous parts of home healthcare is bending, stretching and reaching. This program teaches how to reduce risk and prevent injury. Lift assist equipment such as gait belts, bath boards, grab bars and others are discussed as ways to reduce lifting demands. Viewers are taught to properly assess their environment and correct hazards before incidents occur. Safe Client Transfers and Ambulation are addressed in detail.
Home Health Care - Elder/Child Abuse and Neglect - SS706E
Description
Elder and child Abuse. Tragic. Horrifying. Unthinkable. Yet, it’s estimated hundreds of thousands of elders and children are abused each year. Estimated because our picture of elder and child abuse is limited, due to the hidden and complex nature of the problem and the failure of healthcare workers and others to report elder and child abuse consistently. It can be hard to spot the more subtle forms of neglect and abuse. They’re often unrecognized, because victims tend to be isolated. By learning to recognize elder or child abuse and neglect, by learning how to respond to the cases and by committing yourself to safeguarding clients in your care.
Home Health Care - Slips, Trips and Falls - SS702E
Description
Slips, trips and falls are the second most common cause of injury for home and community health workers. These types of accidents can result in serious disabling injuries and have a major impact on one’s ability to perform their job and may result in lost work days, reduction in productivity or a diminished ability to care for a client. Recognizing and correction of household hazards is examined as the first step in prevention. Common slips and falls are examined to show what are the actual root causes and steps are outlined for workers to take to reduce hazards for everyone in the home.
Home Health Care - Workplace Violence - SS705E
Description
Workplace Violence is unacceptable, regardless of the work environment. This program defines different types of workplace violence common to home health care situations and discusses ways to prevent incidents. Recognition, prevention and de-escalation are the main techniques taught.
Home Health Care – Body Mechanics – SS701S (16 mins) Spanish
Description
The purpose of using proper body mechanics is simple…To Prevent Injury. One of the most strenuous and potentially hazardous parts of home healthcare is bending, stretching and reaching. This program teaches how to reduce risk and prevent injury. Lift assist equipment such as gait belts, bath boards, grab bars and others are discussed as ways to reduce lifting demands. Viewers are taught to properly assess their environment and correct hazards before incidents occur. Safe Client Transfers and Ambulation are addressed in detail.
Home Health Care – Workplace Violence – SS705S (7 mins) Spanish
Description
Workplace Violence is unacceptable, regardless of the work environment. This program defines different types of workplace violence common to home health care situations and discusses ways to prevent incidents. Recognition, prevention and de-escalation are the main techniques taught.
Home Health Care: Elder/Child Abuse and Neglect - SS706S (14 mins) Spanish
Description
Elder and child Abuse. Tragic. Horrifying. Unthinkable. Yet, it’s estimated hundreds of thousands of elders and children are abused each year. Estimated because our picture of elder and child abuse is limited, due to the hidden and complex nature of the problem and the failure of healthcare workers and others to report elder and child abuse consistently. It can be hard to spot the more subtle forms of neglect and abuse. They’re often unrecognized, because victims tend to be isolated. By learning to recognize elder or child abuse and neglect, by learning how to respond to the cases and by committing yourself to safeguarding clients in your care.
Home Health Care: Slips, Trips and Falls – SS702S (6 mins) Spanish
Description
Slips, trips and falls are the second most common cause of injury for home and community health workers. These types of accidents can result in serious disabling injuries and have a major impact on one’s ability to perform their job and may result in lost work days, reduction in productivity or a diminished ability to care for a client. Recognizing and correction of household hazards is examined as the first step in prevention. Common slips and falls are examined to show what are the actual root causes and steps are outlined for workers to take to reduce hazards for everyone in the home.
I2P2: Injury and Illness Prevention Programs - M252E
Description
I2P2: Injury and Illness Prevention Program provides employees with important information on how this organized approach to workplace safety can significantly reduce accidents and injuries, and how the workers themselves can play a major role in making the program work. Every day 12 workers die on the job, and more than 10,000 workers suffer serious job-related injuries. But the real tragedy is that most of these incidents could be prevented. Employers and employees can work together to find and fix the hazards in their workplace, before people get sick, injured or even killed. Areas covered in the program include what is I2P2, management responsibilities and employees’ participation, hazard identification, assessment, prevention and control, education and training, program evaluation and improvement and more.
Needlestick Prevention - SS14026AE
Description
Needlestick Injury Prevention program is designed to heighten awareness relating to needlestick injuries and to provide measures you can use to reduce these potentially serious injuries. First, we’ll look at some basic statistics and then we’ll review important safety rules, reporting injuries, and information relating to the prevention of needlestick injuries. OSHA estimates that 5.6 million workers in the health care industry and related occupations are at risk of occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens. According to NIOSH, it is estimated that 800,000 needlestick injuries occur annually. This program is designed to heighten awareness in needlestick injuries and to provide measures to reduce serious injuries.