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Communicable Diseases

An effective infection control plan is vital to health and safety.

From the flu to pandemic events—communicable diseases threaten the health of your people and your business. Prevention is at the center of any effective plan to help stop the spread of infection.

Download this checklist to make sure you have the products and resources that can help keep people healthy and safe.

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Products to

Prepare

Disinfectants & Sanitizers

Wet Cleaning Wipes

Hand Sanitizers & Wipes

Hand Soaps

Bloodborne Pathogen Cleanup Kits

Facial Tissues

Disposable Gloves

Disposable Respirators

Safety Glasses

Safety Goggles

Thermometers

Hazardous Waste Bags

Products to

Respond and Recover

Decontamination Showers

PAPRs

Temporary Emergency Shelters

Disposable Coveralls

Disposable Barrier Gowns

Shoe & Boot Covers

Sharps Containers

Negative Air Machines

Procedural Masks

Fit Testing

Specimen Transport Coolers

Lab Refrigerators & Freezers

TIPS TO PREPARE

Wash hands frequently with soap and water. Use alcohol-based hand cleaners if soap and water are not available.

Cover coughs and sneezes with tissues, and dispose of tissues promptly.

Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth.

If you get sick, stay home and limit contact with others.

TIPS TO RESPOND AND RECOVER

To help prevent the spread of cold and flu viruses, keep surfaces clean by wiping them with a disinfectant.

Help destroy the flu virus with heat (167-212°F [75-100°C]).

Resources

READY.GOV PANDEMIC PREPAREDNESS TIPS

CDC PANDEMIC INFLUENZA BASICS

AMERICAN RED CROSS FLU SAFETY

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS CAPABILITIES GUIDE