Personal hygiene and dress standards in the health industry
This activity focuses on the personal hygiene and dress standards that should practiced by health industry workers. The activity examines the dress requirements for different situations using a fictitious organisational policies and procedure manual as reference. Personal hygiene standards are examined. The risk of cross infection due to poor personal hygiene is investigated. Standard hand washing procedure is described and opportunities for practice are provided using an online interaction. The
This content supports three performance criteria from the element HLTHIR1A/01: Work ethically, from the Health Training Package. It provides an introduction to policies, procedures, standards and legislation that apply to entry-level employees to the health care industry.
This content supports three performance criteria from the element HLTHIR1A/01: Work ethically, from the Health Training Package. It provides an introduction to work practices in relation to respecting the rights of colleagues and clients, individual and cultural differences and employee rights and responsibilities.
Dealing with specimens - a scenario for health care workers
A scenario about the infection control issues involved in dealing with specimens collected as part of the health care of patients. The scenario includes two situations; one is in the form of an interactive activity and one which requires completion of an Activity Report.
Cleaning and disinfecting equipment
Cleaning and disinfecting of instruments and equipment in health care settings. Choosing the right disinfection (thermal or chemical) for critical, semi-critical and non-critical body sites.
Quality improvement activities
This content supports the two performance criteria from the element HLTHIR1A/03: Participate in quality improvement activities, from the Health Training Package. It provides an introduction to the important area of quality improvement activities in health care settings.
Infection: definition, transmission, risk management., particularly in health care settings.
Correct procedures to minimise risk in food handling, preparation and storage, particularly in health care settings.
Background to the 1990s
Alook at the stories and events that arose in the decade of the ninetees
Confirm physical health status
This module describes a detailed level of knowledge of anatomy and physiology required to confirm physical health status. It forms a useful resource for the competency HLTAP401A Confirm physical health status, in the HLT07 Health Training Package
Round off numbers
Numbers are rounded off when they are simplified so that they become whole numbers, or close to whole numbers. Whether performing a calculation by hand or using a calculator, do not round off during the calculation process. Wait until the end of the calculation and round off the answer.
Roll a cylinder
Rolling machines are used to roll materials such as sheet, plate or flat bar into a cylindrical shape. They can handle material from the lightest of sheet metal to plates over 50mm thick. Rolls can be horizontal or vertical and can be hand or power driven. The two most common types of roller configurations are pyramid rolls, and initial pinch rolls. Horizontal rolls are used to form smaller diameter cylinders and curves from plates. They also straighten wrinkled or bent plates.
MEM 18.10AA Equipment condition monitoring and
In this unit you will learn about the principles and methods of equipment condition monitoring, how to carry out readings, plot and record results, and decide on the appropriate action to take.
MEM18.16B A Analyse plant and equipment condition monitoring results
In this unit you will learn how to analyse plant and equipment condition monitoring results and make recommendations to prevent or repair faults.
Codes & Specs for Boilers & Pressure Vessels: Study guide
Welcome to the module Codes and Specifications for Boilers and Pressure Vessels (EA 822) for the Welding Supervisor's Certificate. This module aims to provide knowledge and skills necessary for the interpretation of rules set out in the following Australian Standards: AS 1210 - Pressure Vessels; AS 1228 - Boilers - Watertube; AS 4037 - Boilers and Pressure Vessels - Examination and Testing; AS 4041 - Pressure Piping; AS/NZ 3992 - Boilers and Pressure Vessels - Welding and Brazing Qualificati
4th BFI Future Film Festival: 12 - 13 February 2011
Catch the hottest new films from the next generation of filmmakers. Pick up essential skills from a range of workshops and masterclasses or just hang out with other film fans and industry professionals.
The Water Cycle
The water cycle illustrates evaporation and condensation as it occurs around the world to recycle the planet's water. Learn about the the earth's water usage with important facts from a science teacher. (01:33)
Provide Accommodation and Reception Services
This learning object contains informationand activities on performing reception duties in a hotel. Includes pre-arrival checks, welcoming guests and organising guest departure.
Salvaging Severe Pilon Fractures
Fractures of the lower end of the tibia involving the ankle joint are referred to as ‘pilon fractures’. These injuries can be very challenging to manage and may lead to undesirable outcomes despite best initial treatment efforts. In this program leading experts in the field discuss treatment options should the initial management of a pilon fracture be unsatisfactory. Dr. Benirschke presents the options of revision internal fixation and joint function preservation. He is followed by Dr. Sand