Federal Law states that each EMS, Fire, and law enforcement agency must have a designated infection control officer available 24/7 to manage exposures for their department. Do you have a designated infection control officer at your organization?
This course is designed to prepare the Infection Control Officer to fully meet the requirements needed to succeed.
This course is designed to prepare the Infection Control Officer to fully meet the requirements needed to succeed. Tying in expectations from multiple regulatory entities including: OSHA, NFPA 1581, CDC, NOISH, The Federal Registry, and the Ryan White Law, this course will provide you with a base understanding of regulations for the position and provide implementation concepts to assist in execution. The course will focus on legal and clinical issues with an emphasis on the implementation of the program. Participants will also be provided multiple resources to assist in the development and modification of your own program including a template for an infection control plan that can be used for your agency.
We offer high-quality, up-to-date courses. Everything is reviewed by our medical advisory board and accredited to ensure a consistent level of quality. We know that continuing education should be about improving outcomes, not just checking boxes.
We’ve designed our platform and courses so that you can take courses, track your learning, or make assignments to your providers wherever and whenever it’s convenient for you. Continuing education is meant to improve outcomes, not get in the way.
We are your partners in continuing education. Our support team and customer success managers are available to help you find the training you need or get the most out of the platform. Let us help you stay on top of your continuing education needs.