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OsmosisFromElsevier: Foundations of Client Care 2: Workplace Safety, Emergency Care, and Infection Control

A review of the principles of workplace safety, emergency care, and infection control within a healthcare setting.

Foundations of Client Care 2: Workplace Safety, Emergency Care, and Infection Control
2 weeks
2–10 hours per week
Self-paced
Progress at your own speed
Free
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Starts Feb 23
Ends Aug 31

About this course

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This is the second course in the Foundations of Client Care program offered by Osmosis from Elsevier. The Workplace Safety, Emergency Care, and Infection Control course reviewes with learners the basic principles of workplace safety, emergency care, and infection control within a healthcare setting and the role of nursing assistants in ensuring their facilities are operated in as safe a manner as possible.

At a glance

  • Institution:

    OsmosisFromElsevier

  • Subject: Health & Safety
  • Level: Introductory
  • Prerequisites:
    None

What you'll learn

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  • Describe the basic principles of health and safety protocols within the workplace
  • Understand what to do when there are different types of workplace emergencies
  • Identify how to stay safe and keep clients safe when dangerous situations arise
  • Describe the different types and indications for personal protective equipment
  • Understand how common pathogens, including COVID-19, survive and transmit in the environment
  • Perform proper donning and doffing of personal protective equipment

This course is part ofFoundations of Client Care Professional Certificate Program

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3 skill-building courses
Self-paced
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3 months
7 - 29 hours per week

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