Written Aerosal Transmittable Disease (ATD) Program Implementation
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This presentation is designed to provide the knowledge and materials required for long term care facilities (e.g. Skilled Nursing Facilities SNFs) to successfully implement a written Aerosol Transmissible Disease (ATD) program in compliance with Cal/Osha regulations.
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II. Survival Map: Key Parts of a Written ATD Program
III. Schedule: Sample Project Plan for Implementation
IV. Choose a Strategy: Three Different Approaches
V. Supplies: An approach to calculating the minimum mask stockpile VI. Conclusion: Q&A
A. Attendees will become familiar with the Cal/OSHA requirements related to a resipratory protection program
B. Attendees will become familiar with the Cal/OSHA Aerosol Transmittable Disease (ATD) requirements for a Referring Employer (skilled nursing facility, Residential Care Facility).
C. Attendees will learn some useful approaches to implementing an ATD Program
Persons who will oversee and/or implement and/or train others to implement N95 respirator fit testing as part of a respiratory protection program.
Provided to Attendees
A. ATD Implementation Survival Map
B. CAHF Sample Respiratory Protection Program
C. BRMS Sample Written Aerosol Transmissible Disease Control Program
D. BRMS Sample ATD Implementation Project Plan (Implementation Schedule)
E. BRMS Sample Stockpile Calculation (Sample Attached)
F. One Page Fit Testing Reference (Sample Attached)
Michael Boldt, NHA, ARM, President, Boldt Risk Management Solutions