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STAFF / PROVIDER

TRAINING

Required Training and Continuing Education

Please see training required for the following positions below:

(Note to all new staff) All training marked with a asterisk * are mandatory before you can start working. All other training are due within 30 days from start date.

Direct Service Professionals

*Requirements for all waiver service professionals training

*APD - Direct Care Core Competencies (DCCC)

*APD - Zero Tolerance

*Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)

CPR

HIV/AIDS

Infection Control

Personal Care Professional

* HIV/AIDS

* Infection Control

* CPR

* Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) 

Homemaker and Companion

*Alzheimer's and Dementia

*Infection Control

*CPR

*HIV/AIDS

Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)

Infection Prevention in Long-Term Care Settings

HAND WASHING TECHNIQUE

The correct way to wash hands includes:

Follow these steps:

1. Remove all jewelry. Wet your hands with running warm water.

2. Apply liquid, or foam soap to a cupped hand.

3. Lather well.

4. Scrub your hands, between your fingers, under your nails, base of your thumb and palm to palm vigorously for at least 20 seconds.

5. Rinse well.

6. Repeat 2-5

7. Dry your hands with a paper towel

8. Use the paper towel to turn off the faucet.

Tips

  • Keep your hands away from your eyes, nose and mouth.
  • Assume that contact with any human body fluid is infectious.
  • You should wash your hands:
after blowing your nose or wiping a child’s nose
after coughing or sneezing
after visiting or coming into contact with a sick person
after touching anything that a sick person has touched (e.g. dishes, towels, clothes, trash)
after using the washroom, changing diapers or helping someone use the toilet
after handling garbage
after handling pets
before eating, preparing food or feeding others
after touching raw meat, poultry, or fish
when hands are visibly dirty