Infection Control

Infection Control Training for Healthcare Providers

Infection Control

Infection control policies and procedures are implemented in healthcare facilities to prevent the spread of infections. You are significantly more likely to be exposed and infected as a healthcare professional. Using the proper personal protective equipment, according to the necessary protocol, and performing disinfection procedures are all ways to reduce the risk of infection. To limit the risk of infection, it is vital to train your personnel on fundamental infection control procedures. Controlling the risk of viral infections and disease transmission is the main objective of infection control strategies. Sign up for your yearly infection disease and blood-borne pathogen courses to protect your team, patients, and organization.


AHC provides infection control training to hospitals, emergency care centers, ambulatory care centers, health clinics, and dental clinics. Workplace health and safety legislation obligates employers to protect employees from infectious diseases spread by the air, such as the coronavirus. To assist employers in adhering to these safety regulations and to notify employees of their rights, OSHA and Cal/OSHA have released guidance online. To fulfill Aerosol Transmissible Diseases (ATD) regulations, AHC strongly recommends that healthcare professionals complete appropriate training courses.

To prioritize the safety of staff and patients, it is recommended that healthcare facilities create and regularly update their plan for managing Aerosol Transmissible Diseases (ATDs). To prevent the transmission of such diseases, various jurisdictions across the country are adopting the Cal/ATD OSHA regulation (section 5199).

  • Healthcare professionals must complete mandatory infection prevention training
  • OSHA and HIPAA Training for Healthcare Professionals
  • Training in COVID-19 for Healthcare Professionals
  • Sexual Harassment in the Healthcare Environment
  • Fraud, Waste, and Abuse Training for Healthcare Professionals
  • Preventing Workplace Violence in Healthcare

Companies should create and uphold plans and strategies to safeguard employees and prevent virus exposure in their facilities. Cal/OSHA recommends approving the provided official guidelines, educational resources, model sessions, and plans in conjunction with existing procedures to ensure worker safety. Healthcare and related workers are protected by the Cal/OSHA (ATD) standard (section 5199), such as:

  • Health services, nursing homes, clinics, doctors' offices, outpatient centers, long-term care facilities, care centers, medical outreach programs, transportation services, and emergency management
  • Certain public health services, law enforcement agencies, and laboratories may expose staff to an illness that is spread by aerosol
  • Prisons, homeless shelters, and drug rehabilitation services
  • Any additional locations where employers are notified in writing by Cal/OSHA that they must abide by the ATD Standard

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