32 Miss. Code. R. § 23-8.06 - Health & Safety Training

Training is provided by external authorities, videotapes, and internal personnel with the required competencies. (Reference: "Staff Development and Training" file.)

The Center provides training to the appropriate staff, volunteers, interns/trainees and clients by the following safety methods:

1. Safety meetings to resolve safety issues or problems
2. Posted safety rules and practices
3. Training in techniques for fire suppression (annually)
4. Annual training of staff to deal with persons with violent, aggressive, or other unsafe behaviors (threats of homicide, suicide, or cases of abuse, etc.)
5. Training in adult CPR and basic First Aid Techniques to ensure a sufficient number of personnel is able to provide basic first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in each work or office area at all times during the routine hours of operation.
6. Training in Defensive Driving (annually)
7. Prevention and control of infectious diseases, including the Blood Borne Pathogens Exposure and Control Plan (annually).

Notes

32 Miss. Code. R. § 23-8.06

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