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What is another word for a germ that makes you sick?
Whose responsibility is it to control infection in the workplace?
If a surface appears clean, it is likely free from germs.
Some diseases have no effective treatments or vaccines.
All diseases can be prevented by staying 3 feet or one meter away.
Washing your hands with soap and water is usually slower than using alcohol-based products.
People are usually pretty good at hand washing without training.
The most important practice for preventing the spread of disease through contact, respiratory and airborne pathogens is to wash your hands properly.
When using soap and water, you should wash your hands for how long?
The water you use to wash your hands should be:
How often should you wash your jeans, if they are not visibly soiled?
To maintain personal hygiene, how often should people shower or bathe?
How often do people typically touch their face in one hour?
Toilet lids should be lowered when flushing after someone defecates.
It is safe to share nail clippers if they are rinsed with water in between uses.
Gloves should always be worn when dealing with the public.
What part of your face should a mask cover?
Everyone should wear gloves:
Disinfecting is another word for cleaning.
If an area is cluttered:
Office workspaces are usually clean places
It is always safer to use bleach when cleaning your workspace.
All contaminated objects should be thrown away.
I feel safe in my workplace, with respect to infection control.
I feel like my company cares about my wellbeing.
I am confident about my ability to do my job safely, in relation to infection control.