Health CDC Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Usage Poster
The CDC Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Usage is a Health workplace posters poster.
This official CDC publication includes two posters, titled "SEQUENCE FOR PUTTING ON PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE)" and "SEQUENCE FOR REMOVING PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE)". These two posters include diagrams and descriptions on proper methods of donning & doffing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), including gloves, goggles / face shield, goen, and mask / respirator.
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SEQUENCE FOR REMOVING PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE) Except for respirator, remove PPE at doorway or in anteroom. Remove respirator after leaving patient room and closing door. 1. GLOVES • Outside of gloves is contaminated! • Grasp outside of glove with opposite gloved hand; peel off • Hold removed glove in gloved hand • Slide fingers of ungloved hand under remaining glove at wrist • Peel glove off over first glovet • Discard gloves in waste container 2. GOGGLES OR FACE SHIELD • Outside of goggles or face shield is contaminated! • To remove, handle by head band or ear pieces • Place in designated receptacle for reprocessing or in waste container 3. GOWN • Gown front and sleeves are contaminated! • Unfasten ties • Pull away from neck and shoulders, touching inside of gown only • Turn gown inside out • Fold or roll into a bundle and discard 4. MASK OR RESPIRATOR • Front of mask/respirator is contaminated — DO NOT TOUCH! • Grasp bottom, then top ties or elastics and remove • Discard in waste container PERFORM HAND HYGIENE BETWEEN STEPS IF HANDS BECOME CONTAMINATED AND IMMEDIATELY AFTER REMOVING ALL PPE CS250672-A SEQUENCE FOR PUTTING ON PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE) The type of PPE used will vary based on the level of precautions require\ d, such as standard and contact, droplet or airborne infection isolation precaution\ s. The procedure for putting on and removing PPE should be tailored to the specific type of PPE. 1. GOWN • Fully cover torso from neck to knees, arms to end of wrists, and wrap around the back • Fasten in back of neck and waist 2. MASK OR RESPIRATOR • Secure ties or elastic bands at middle of head and neck • Fit flexible band to nose bridge • Fit snug to face and below chin • Fit-check respirator 3. GOGGLES OR FACE SHIELD • Place over face and eyes and adjust to fit 4. GLOVES • Extend to cover wrist of isolation gown USE SAFE WORK PRACTICES TO PROTECT YOURSELF AND LIMIT THE SPREAD OF CONTAMINATION • Keep hands away from face • Limit surfaces touched • Change gloves when torn or heavily contaminated • Perform hand hygiene CS250672-A
Other Health Labor Law Posters 4 PDFS
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- Original poster PDF https://stacks.cdc.gov/view/cdc/24767/cdc_24767_DS1.pdf , updated April 2020
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