The EFR Airborne Pathogen Awareness course provides participants with a fundamental understanding of diseases such as influenza (flu), SARS, COVID-19 and tuberculosis that are transmitted primarily through respiration and the respiratory system. Participants should be able to explain and identify the two main mechanisms of transmission, as well as methods for reducing transmission risk through the use of disinfection, protective equipment, distancing and airflow.
The course includes knowledge development with practical workshops to develop participants’ understanding and confidence in managing airborne pathogen risk, and to allow the instructor to assess learning. The course is designed so the instructor can adapt, augment and adjust content to meet individual, company and local regulatory requirements as needed. It is also designed to be conducted in person, or via online instructor presentation, student practice and instructor assessment. Workshops are placed in the outline with associated knowledge development, but they may be conducted any time after the knowledge development portion.
This course is generally scheduled on an as and when required so if no dates or times are scheduled or the dates and times that are do not work for you, then contact us and we will arrange one at a time that is mutually convenient