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  1. Bloodborne Pathogens and Infectious Disease

  2. Bloodborne Pathogens and Infectious Disease & Biological Agent Review

  3. Infection Control for Emergency Response Personnel: The Supervisor's Role (NFA)

  4. Community and Worker Right-to-Know

  5. Employee Safety and Extinguisher Training

  6. Other customized employee training to suit your facility or operation.

Bloodborne Pathogens and Infectious Disease (BIDA)

Course Length:

4.5 hours (Lecture)

Prerequisites:

ELIS (for Fire Service personnel)

Course Goal:

This course, which meets the intent of applicable Federal regulations, will provide emergency responders with awareness-level information on blood-borne pathogens and other infectious diseases that may be encountered in the emergency response environment.

Course Description:

Any emergency responder, regardless of their location or branch of service, may be exposed to blood-borne pathogens and infectious diseases (such as Hepatitis C or HIV) in the course of their duties. In addition, the role of responders as“America’s Domestic Defenders”, places them at risk to exposure as a consequence of a WMD terrorist incident. This course provides basic information on the diseases themselves and routes of exposure as well as precautions needed to minimize or eliminate risk and regulatory requirements. Maximum class size: 30

Certifying Agency:

Pennsylvania State Fire Academy

Bloodborne Pathogens and Infectious Disease & Biological Agent Review (BPIDBR)

Length of Course:

6 hours (Lecture)

Prerequisites:

Initial bloodborne pathogens introduction training (BIDA or equal).

Course Goal:

Upon completion of this course the student will have reviewed and applied basic concepts of recognition and protection from exposure to bloodborne pathogens and biological human diseases pertinent to the scope of practice for a public service worker / provider.

Description of Course:

This course reviews infection control and biological human disease recognition and prevention practices for emergency and non-emergency public service agencies. There is a variety of situations that public servants are called upon, including domestic violence/terrorism, hazardous materials/waste, and even routine structural fires and vehicle rescues that can and do have the potential for infecting the responder.

Certifying Agency:

Pennsylvania State Fire Academy

Infection Control for Emergency Response Personnel:
The Supervisor's Role (NFA)

[ICERP]

Length of Course:

16 Hours (Lecture)

Prerequisites:

ELIF or members of EMS Organization

Course Goal:

The course is designed to motivate and enable supervisors to assure infection control in the work environment by providing the knowledge and skills required to conduct training, monitor compliance, and serve as a role model for positive behaviors and attitudes.

Description of Course:

The course stresses protection of the individual and department/station from the full range of communicable diseases spread through occupational exposures. Appropriate target audiences for the course include supervisors from career and volunteer fire service, emergency medical service, and allied professional organizations. Private sector and public sector third service emergency health care providers also will benefit from this instruction. Training is compatible with existing NFPA standards and applicable federal regulations.

Certifying Agency:

Pennsylvania State Fire Academy

Community and Worker Right-to-Know
(RTKN)

Length of Course:

4 Hours (3 Hours Lecture / 1 Hour Guided Discussions)

Prerequisites:

For Fire Service Personnel - ELIS

Course Goal:

Upon completion of this course, the student will have received an overview of his/her rights and responsibilities under the Pennsylvania Worker and Community Right to Know Act.

Description of Course:

This course is designed to meet the annual training requirement of Section 8 of the Pennsylvania Worker and Community Right to Know Act. It provides an overview of the Act as it applies to public sector employees, emphasizing the use and importance of labeling and reading of Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS).

Certifying Agency:

Pennsylvania State Fire Academy

Employee Safety and Extinguisher Training
(ISET)

Length of Course:

3 Hours (2 Hours Lecture / 1 Hour Lab)

Prerequisites:

None.

Course Goal:

Students completing this course will be able to properly and safely react to a fire in their work place.

Description of Course:

This course may be used to train new employees in their fire safety responsibilities or to refresh current employees in those same duties. Topics covered will include evacuation, extinguisher selection and use, and basic fire prevention information. Hand-on extinguisher use is part of this course.

Certifying Agency:

Pennsylvania State Fire Academy

Customized Safety Training

Customized training may be developed and presented to you company or organization in such varied topics as Emergency Actions, Spill Response, Worker Right-To-Know, Bloodborne Pathogens - and much more. Please feel free to contact me to discuss your special requirements!

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