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Medical Safety Teaching Aids Library

Last Updated: December 19, 2017
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​Information on Medical Safety related teaching aids.

Medical Safety Teaching Aids Library 
  • This library contains teaching aids for the healthcare worker.
  • These teaching aids are designed to teach healthcare workers how to identify and minimize safety and health risks within the physical environment and what actions they must take in an emergency.
  • Courses will be added in the future that can be easily modified to meet individual or department needs. 

CDC Sharps Safety Teaching Tool External Link

FEMA: IS-907: Active Shooter: What You Can Do External Link

GHS Container Labeling Requirements External Link

Medical Gases External Link

N95 Day (September 4, 2015) Reference Documents External Link

NIOSH Training for Nurses on Shift Work and Long Work Hours External Link

OSHA Hazard Identification Training Tool External Link

OSHA Computer Workstations e-Tool External Link

OSHA Respiratory Protection for Healthcare Workers Training Video, 2011  External Link

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Doffing and Donning External Link

PPE: Chemical Level B - Donning External Link

PPE: Chemical Level B - Doffing External Link

PPE: Biological Level C - Donning External Link

PPE: Biological Level C - Doffing External Link

PPE: Chemical - Suit Support External Link

PPE Training Video: Steps to protect from exposure to infectious materials External Link

TJC Influenza Pandemic Preparedness and Response in Ambulatory Settings External Link

Understanding GHS Safety Data Sheets External Link


Posters and Videos

APSF Fire Safety Video External Link

Elevator Safety (New) External Link

Emergency Preparedness: Surviving an Active Shooter at a Hospital External Link

Examining Chemo Drugs' Potential Threats to Health Care Workers External Link

Fire Safety External Link

Healthcare Worker SafetyExternal Link

Health and Safety Essentials: Laboratory Best Practices (New) External Link

Hospital Heliport Safety External Link

How to Use a Fire Extinguisher (New) External Link

Medical Equipment Alarm Fatigue (New) External Link

NIOSH Violence on the JobExternal Link

NIOSH Working with StressExternal Link

NIOSH Respirators your TB DefenseExternal Link

Occupational Violence External Link

OSHA As it Should Be Done: Workplace Precautions Against Bloodborne PathogensExternal Link

Preventing Slips, Trips, and Falls (New) External Link

Recognizing the Four Biosafety Levels (New) External Link

Security: Preventing Medication Diversion (New) External Link

UMC Safety Dance Music Video External Link

ECRI Surgical Fire PosterExternal Link