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We generally encourage the purchase of any of these materials for inclusion in your in-service Education Library. You should contact the indicated supplier if you are interested in purchasing any.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • Early To Rise

 

BODY MECHANICS  

  • Body Mechanics and Transfer Techniques
  • Lifting Techniques and Body Mechanics
  • Safe Patient Handling in Health Care:
    - Applied Ergonomics for Nurses and Health Care Workers, and Patient Orientation
  • Safe Patient Handling Series:
    - Moving a Patient in Bed
    - Moving a Patient - Bed to Chair
    - Moving a Patient - Bed to Trolley
    - Mechanical Lifting Devices
  • The Parra Method of Patient Transfers

 

DISASTER PLANNING   

  • "Code 88" - Hospital Internal Disaster

 

ELECTRICAL SAFETY   

  • Electrical Safety in the Hospital
  • Electricity in the Operating Room and ICU
  • It's a Lock (Lock Out/Tag Out)

 

FIRE SAFETY   

  • Basic Fire Awareness (revised 1990)
  • Emergency Evacuation
  • Evacuation of Medical Facilities
  • Flashover: Point of No Return
  • Inspection & Testing of Wet Sprinkler Systems in Hospitals/Health Care Facilities
  • The Story of a Hospital Fire

 

FIRST AID   

  • Medical Emergencies in the Workplace: Those First Crucial Minutes

 

FOOD SERVICES   

  • Employee Safety Orientation for Food Service
  • Restaurant Sanitation and Personal Hygiene

 

GENERAL EMPLOYEE SAFETY   

  • Hospital Employee Safety
  • Hospital Hazards
  • How to Avoid the Sixteen Leading Causes of OSHA Citations
  • OSHA File: Cases & Compliance
  • Riding With Nothing But the Radio On

 

HAZARD COMMUNICATION – "RIGHT TO KNOW"   

  • Chemical Safety Training Video
  • The Right to Know: Hazardous Substances in the Workplace

 

INFECTION CONTROL   

  • AIDS and Healthcare Workers
  • AIDS: Epidemic of Fear
  • AIDS: Infection Control Update

 

 

RISK MANAGEMENT – MALPRACTICE

CLINICAL ISSUES   

  • Endotracheal Intubation in the Emergency Setting
  • Safety on the General Care Floor

 

LEGAL ISSUES   

  • Dare to Care: Reducing the Risk of Institutional Malpractice
  • Minimizing Malpractice Liability
  • You are Hereby Summoned to Appear

 

McNEARY RISK MANAGEMENT SERIES   

  • Equipment Safety
  • Focal Point for Risk Management – The Operating Room
  • How to Complete An Incident Report Form
  • Preventing Medication Errors
  • Preventing Patient Falls
  • Risk Management in the Emergency Room
  • The Law and You 

 

SECURITY   

  • Controlling Aggressive Individuals 

 

SUPERVISORY TRAINING   

  • That’s the Rule 

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