Guarding Against Tuberculosis in Institutional Environments

Guarding Against Tuberculosis in Institutional Environments

CCS-K116

Guarding Against Tuberculosis in Institutional Environments

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Price: $329.00

  • History of Tuberculosis as a disease
  • Epidemiology and symptoms of Tuberculosis
  • Modes by which Tuberculosis is transmitted
  • The CDC Guidelines
  • The Exposure Control Plan
  • Recognition of exposure situations
  • Practices to prevent exposure
  • Administrative and engineering controls
  • Selection and use of personal protective equipment (including respirators)

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Guarding Against Tuberculosis in Institutional Environments - $329.00



Early in 1996 OSHA issued Tuberculosis Directives that enforce the 1994 Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Tuberculosis Prevention Guidelines, and allow for the wearing of new classes of NIOSH approved respirators and masks, as well as HEPA masks.

"Guarding Against Tuberculosis in Institutional Environments" includes the changes in respiratory protection requirements. The kit is designed to assist facilities and operations whose employees have a risk of exposure to Tuberculosis. The kit also helps employees understand the nature of the disease, as well as what they can do to protect themselves from infection. The posters in the kit remind employees about the dangers of Tuberculosis.

Price: $329.00

Sku: CCS-K116

Availability: Available For Order

Language: English, Spanish

Media: DVD, VHS

Length: 22 min

Weight: 7.0

Brand: National Safety Compliance

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Each training kit contains one training video (DVD or VHS) and one CD with printable items:

  • PowerPoint® Presentation
  • Safety Manual
  • Complete Leader's Guide
    • Program Outline
    • Employee Quiz
    • Answer Key
    • Training Certificate
    • Training Log
    • Wallet Cards

All items from the CD can be printed as needed.