1016B Bloodborne Pathogens
This updated program will provide information about bloodborne pathogens and diseases relating to bloodborne pathogens. We will discuss and demonstrate proper methods of infection control and exposure control that will help you to avoid the risk of contamination with potentially infectious materials.
Topics included in this safety video are: governmental regulations and standards, occupational exposure, bloodborne diseases, modes of transmission, lifestyles, workplace risks, first aid providers, vaccines, standard precautions, personal protection, containers, color-coding and labels, exposure, exposure control, OSHA update 2000, Exposure Control Plan, Sharps Injury Law, National Clearing House on Safer Needle Technology, required information and training, and 14 required elements.
1032i First Aid
First aid is the immediate care given to the injured or suddenly ill person. It is temporary assistance that is rendered until competent medical care, if required, arrives and takes over. This program has been designed to help provide basic information that will help you properly apply first aid that can save lives, reduce recovery time and can possibly be the difference between temporary disability or lifelong disability for the victim.
Topics included in this safety video are: EMS, Good Samaritan Law, assess, alert, attend, universal precautions, bleeding control, capillary bleeding, venous bleeding, arterial bleeding, shock, burns, musculoskeletal, IACT, head, neck, spine, asthma, diabetes , general care, anaphylactic shock, stroke, seizure, poison, wasps, hornets, yellow jackets, spiders, hypothermia, frostbite, heat related illness, abdominal injury, open chest wound and closed chest wound, dental injuries, and nosebleed.
1036i CPR 2000
A clear understanding of the risk factors associated with heart attack and brain attack will help in determining a path to a healthier lifestyle. Risk factors can be divided into two groups, those we have control over and can change, and those over which we have little or no control and cannot change. The first group contains bad habits, diet, exercise level, stress levels, and such. The second group relates to factors present from before we were born, genetics, and gestational problems.
Topics included in this safety video are: major risk factors (smoking, high blood cholesterol, high blood pressure, and physical inactivity), high blood cholesterol and high blood pressure are also major risk factors for a brain attack (stroke), contributing risk factors (obesity, nausea, dizziness, sweating, tingling, or numbness felt in the arm or fingers usually on the left side, extreme discomfort or pain in the chest area that lasts without relief), instance of stroke (there may be movement, speech, sight, or thinking problems), CPR (Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation), 3 basic techniques for performing CPR (Infant CPR - babies under 1 year old, Child CPR - between the ages of 1 year to 8 years old, and Adult CPR - 8 years of age and older), saving lives, ABC (Airway, Breathing, Circulation), how to perform CPR, assessment, position the victim, complications of CPR, infants, children, and AED.
14036A AED - Automated External Defibrillators
Excellent program to acquaint and train persons how to use AEDs. Explains what to do in case of emergencies, placement of electronic pads and also how to use the AED with people who have pacemakers installed. Excellent program for training in AED technology and emergency action.CD2002P Emergency Responders – BBP
CD2006P CD ROM Interactive Medical Questionnaire
CD90065 E-R CD ROM Written Materials