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Infection Control (03:51)


Infection control in the workplace has become more important since the outbreak of COVID-19. Successful infection control ties to good hygiene. Infections can be caused by bacteria, viruses, organisms, and fungi.

Virus Demonstration (01:21)

An experiment using ultraviolet powder shows how easily contagious viruses can spread. A cold or flu virus can remain infectious on a hard surface for hours.

Risks of Infection (06:21)

The best way to reduce the risk of infection in the workplace is to assume everyone is infected. Social distancing and hand washing reduces risks. Healthy habits at work and in life also reduces the risk of infection.

Credits: Infection Control in the Workplace (00:08)

Credits: Infection Control in the Workplace

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Infection Control in the Workplace

Part of the Series : Mental Health: Worker's Edition
3-Year Streaming Price: $49.95



Since the outbreak of COVID-19 in early 2020, infection control in the workplace has become more important than ever. Successful infection control is based on good hygiene around a range of practices that arise from identifying hazards and implementing risk management for those hazards. This involves understanding: • the infectious agents • the work practices that prevent the transmission of infection in different settings • management systems that support effective work practices

Length: 12 minutes

Item#: FMK273805

Copyright date: ©2020

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