Ebola Compliance Information Center
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It’s everything you NEED to know about Ebola and serves as an Ebola Compliance Information Center (with free downloads). Here you will find downloadable: posters, guidance documents and other information to help your facility safely handle patients suspected of being infected with Ebola or other highly infectious diseases and the safety precautions that should be practiced.
We have categorized our Ebola Compliance Information Center into 3 main components:
1. Ebola: Your Facility
- Ebola Lab Guidance
- Ebola OSHA Fact Sheet
- Guidance on Personal Protective Equipment
- Step-by-step guide for Personal Protective Equipment (with pictures)
- Tightened Guidance for Healthcare Workers
2. Ebola: Working with Patients
- CDC Checklist for Patients Being Evaluated
- Ebola Algorithm for Returned Travelers
- Healthcare Workers, Could it be Ebola?
3. Ebola: Packaging & Transportation
- Guide for Transporting Ebola Contaminated Items
- Suspected Ebola Patient Packaging Guidance
- Transporting Infectious Substances Brochure
Avoid Heavy Fines and Stay in Compliance!
Pacific Medical Waste offers Online Compliance Training!
Training for your staff including:
- Ebola Compliance Information Center
- Blood Bourne Pathogens
- Mock OSHA Inspections
- Safety Plans
- ICD-9 & ICD-10
Our medical waste updates blog explains in great detail, how we perform due diligence on anyone you hire to handle your medical waste. If you don’t, you could be putting your business at risk for compliance or customer service problems that may be very difficult to resolve. Better yet, choose a California based and licensed medical waste disposal company.