In order to clean this I would collect cleaning equipment from the cleaner’s cupboard and spray the bath with appropriate cleaning agents and using a clean cloth and after cleaning the bath I would rinse this thoroughly with hot water to remove any residue from the bath. I would then proceed to mop the floor and apply a wet floor sign so to make the next user aware the floor may be wet. 2. Describe the roles and
Unit IC01 Question 1 1.1 > To make sure you wear protective clothes > Attend all relevant training > Dispose waste correctly > Wash your hands before and after any activities 1.2 > To provide PPE > To provide relative training to staff > To make sure all health and safety checks are taken Question 2 2.1 COSHH - Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002 RIDDOR - Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1995 2.2 > To safe handling and disposing of waste > Personal hygiene (washing your hands in the correct way) > Report and record any incidents and accidents Question 3 3.1 > Dispose all wastes in the correct bins > Wash your hands in the correct way >
Use tape to tape lift hairs, fibres, paints, particulates and prints. Use a pipette to collect wet, pooled samples. Brushing can be used for particulates or large amount of debris and digging can be used to recover buried items or seepage. You can hand pick larger (macroscopic) items. Package and storage of evidence Blood in liquid pools should be picked up on a gauze pad or clean sterile cotton cloth and allowed to dry at room temperature.
BC405 The procedure for exposure to blood (1) When a patron or licensee is exposed to blood by scissors cut, razor cut, needle stick, laceration or other exposure to broken skin or a mucous membrane, the licensee shall stop, thoroughly was the exposed area or wound on the patron’s body with soap and water, and disinfect the exposed area or wound with a topical antiseptic such as iodine, 70% isopropyl alcohol, or 6% stabilized hydrogen peroxide or equivalent. In the case of mucous membrane exposure, the licensee shall wash the affected area with plenty of water. (2) A Licensed establishment shall post a written protocol describing the procedure for unintentional conspicuous to licensee occupational exposure to bodily fluids described in sub (1). The protocol shall be posted in a place conspicuous to licensee. BC406 Precautionary procedures (1) A licensee shall cover all abrasions, oozing or open lesions or wounds on his or her hands or forearms prior
| | | | | | |Washing a contaminated scope. (Gastro |Once a contaminated scope has been used and then come through into the dirty side off scope | |scope/Colon scope) |wash, I first fill my sinks with water and put one squirt off disinfectant which is Thermoton| | |into the dirty side off the sinks. | | |I then put on my PPE which includes | | |Red apron
7,8,Any spillages,i would clean thoroughly and as quickly as possible using the correct materials and equipment for that particular spillage.I would effectively wash my hands using an effective antibacterial soap,after collecting and disposing of body
There was a case study were MRSA lived on a sterile package for more than 37 weeks. Disinfecting doorknobs, handles, ect. around the home should be done frequently. Any disinfecting should be done with a 1:100 bleach solution. If using nail clippers ect.
I would cover the spillage with paper towels to remove the excess, and dispose of them in the yellow clinical waste bin. If the spillage were blood or body fluids, I would treat the area with a solution of ten Actichor tablets in one litre of cold water. Alternatively, for domestic waste such as tea or coffee, I would treat the spillage with one Actichor tablet in one litre of cold
I should wear Personal Protective equipment, (PPE) gloves, masks, lab coats and safety goggles. I should not have any loose clothing or hair. I will keep my area clean and free of unused chemicals and equipment. I will properly dispose of all supplies and containers. Use proper ventilation while performing my labs.