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      April 11, 2013

      Thursday   8:30 AM - 4:00 PM

      3231 McMullen Booth Rd
      Safety Harbor, Florida 34695

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      Hospital Decontamination Operations/HAZMED Team (MCH)

      Hospital Decon Operations Training 

       

      This is a basic 8 hour training program for either a new member to join the decontamination team or for an existing member to acheive the 8 hours of mandatory training.

       

      Agenda:

      (Morning Session)8:30 – 11:30 Am

      Powerpoint presentations and classroom exercises

      to include Decontamination of Radioactive Patients, and

      Special Needs Patients.

       

       

       Lunch on your own from 11:30 – 12:30pm

       

      (Afternoon Session) 12:30pm – 3:15pm

      Equipment familiarization

      vdeployment of TVI portable showers       

      v  donning and doffing of haz-mat suits

      v  donning and doffing of PAPR

      vscene set-up

       

       

       What you need to bring with you if you're not a BayCare Team  Member:

       

      PAPR w/training filters and functional battery

      DECON training suit

      Gloves

      Boots

      Tape (if needed)

      Copy of Completed Medical Evaluation   

      (This must be emailed to Dirk.Palmer@baycare.org  prior to the first day of class and this form needs to be on file with your Employee Health Dept)

       

      Everyone please bring:

      A great attitude and sense of Humor 

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