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Needlestick Prevention – Online Conference

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SafetyShare® newsletter brought to you by the Premier Safety Institute®
May 24, 2013
 

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Online conference:
The Unfinished Agenda: Addressing the Challenge


Thursday, May 30, 2013

1-2 p.m. ET

Continue the discussion on importance of needlestick and sharps safety

Safe In Common
and its supporters, including the Premier Safety Institute, invite you to participate in the third in a series of online events that will examine how the
healthcare community can raise awareness about the dangers of needlestick and sharps-related injuries, as well as how to prevent them to keep workers and
patients safe.

“The Unfinished Agenda: When Will Healthcare Worker Sharps Injuries Become a Never Event?” will focus on:

  • Addressing sharps exposure in alternate care sites beyond the hospital
  • Identifying injury prevention needs within healthcare organizations using a task analysis tool
  • Introducing Safe in Common’s Top 10 “Golden Rules” of safer engineering controls

Register now to join a panel of leaders and healthcare industry experts at this online conference as they discuss the issues and barriers facing needlestick safety. Most importantly, find out how to work together to eliminate the threat of needlesticks and make a safer work environment for us all. (Note: A web recording of the online conference will be available after the program at the
Safe in Common website)

Speakers

June M. Fisher, MD, Clinical Professor School of Medicine, Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, University of California San Francisco
Elise Handelman RN, MEd, Occupational and environmental health consultant, Premier Safety Institute and former director of the Office of Occupational Health Nursing at the OSHA.
Barbara DeBaun, RN, MSN, CIC, Improvement advisor, Cynosure Health
Mary Foley, PhD, RN, Safe in Common Chairperson

Resources

  • Visit the
    Premier Safety Institute website for tools and resources on needlestick prevention
  • Visit the Safe in Common website to take the pledge to promote the use of safer devices to prevent needlestick injuries

 


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