Work Policies & Practices for Protecting Employees From Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens

Posted by PPE KITS on 5/25/2018
Providing equipment such as gloves and goggles, offering training on contamination prevention and implementing related practices and policies at your operation will ensure the health and safety of employees.

Blog Update: Tips to Protect Employees From Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens

Posted by PPE KITS on 5/15/2018
Providing equipment such as gloves and goggles, offering training on contamination prevention and implementing related practices and policies at your operation will ensure the health and safety of employees.

Risk of Infectious Diseases in Correctional Facilities is Preventable

Posted by PPEKits on 5/10/2018
While most correctional facilities are diligent in their efforts to manage disease, the battle can be overwhelming. Regardless of sanitation efforts, most inmates share communal toilets. In some jails, especially smaller ones, it is not unheard of for 30 or 40 prisoners in a block or quad to share one toilet, one shower stall and one sink.

Basic Facts on Health Care Certification by The Joint Commission

Posted by Jonathan Johnson on 5/4/2018
From utilizing personal protective equipment (PPE) to ensuring quality patient care, the Joint Commission is recognized as a leading provider of inspection and certification for health care operations.

The Importance of Protecting the Public from Infectious Diseases in Correctional Facilities

Posted by PPEKits on 4/4/2018
There is no way to soften the statement that correctional facilities can be a haven for infectious disease. A wide variety of diseases can affect not only inmates themselves, but the thousands of employees, visitors and volunteers that come into contact with prisoners each year at the typical institution. While it is well understood that the majority of prison professionals and the jails and prisons themselves are diligent in efforts to manage the spread of disease, it remains a very real threat to the men and women who go to work in correctional facilities each day.......

Do You Have a Plan ?

Posted by PPE KITS on 3/26/2018
Yes, what is your companies or departments exposure control plan ? Is it in writing ? Are all employees and staff aware of the steps to take if exposed bloodborne pathogen ?