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Course Details

Fulfils GDC Development Outcomes B & D

This training is carried out by one of DD's qualified instructors within your own practice environment.

Training Aim

To provide an update and raise awareness of the legionella bacteria and how to prevent and control the risks associated.  

Training Outcomes

  • Improve understanding with regards to the legionella bacteria and how it can cause infection 
  • Awareness of Legionnaires Disease, its history and symptoms  
  • Recognition of what causes of outbreaks and how it can be spread 
  • Understand the need for risk assessment and how to implement control measures 
  • Recognition of legal obligations and regulations 

Learning Content

This training session is intended to create an understanding of current regulatory requirements in relation to the management and control of substances hazardous to health including biological agents such as legionella and other infectious diseases and the basic principles of how to prevent outbreaks by implementing standard and transmission-based precautions in a dental setting.

 

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