Departure Issues: Institutional Planning

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Departure Issues: Institutional Planning OSHA Training Institute – Region IX University of California, San Diego (UCSD) - Extension OSHA Training Institute

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Purpose To depict the basic issues that should be tended to in the pre-arranging and dynamic phases of medicinal services office clearing. OSHA Training Institute

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Reality We are at hazard! OSHPD-CA: As of 2001, 48% hosp structures at hazard for auxiliary disappointment Evacuating staff happens w/the clearing of patients Some arrangements accommodate staff to take after pts to getting healing centers Personal wellbeing is of essential significance OSHA Training Institute

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Phases of a Disaster Pictorial from disasterhelp.gov OSHA Training Institute Planning (Preparedness) Response Recovery Mitigation

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Planning Phase: EAP Emergency Action Plan: Evacuation Potential crises How to actuate When to empty Employee duties Chain of Command Emergency exits and courses, terminate alert pulls and terminate dousers Final goal of workers and patients Mutual Aid concurrences with different offices Alternative care locales OSHA Training Institute

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Planning Phase: Training utilizing the EAP for departure Knowledge of how to utilize clearing gadgets Knowledge of manual development methods Knowledge of clearing organizing ranges Knowledge of obligations under HICS, for evac parts of the ICC members Update/redesign physical plant to accomplish EAP prerequisites OSHA Training Institute

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Response Phase: Evacuation Safety Situation appraisal Activation of clearing Security Communication Physical development of representatives and patients Staging in a "Sheltered Area" Accountability Transport of evacuees off site Destination of evacuees OSHA Training Institute

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Response Phase: Evacuation Safety Before you move… Evaluate potential dangers instantly around you Know your departure courses & choices Assist other staff and patients with safe departure Assess potential dangers outside preceding leaving building OSHA Training Institute

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Response Phase: Evacuation Hazards Falling items Dark corridors, flotsam and jetsam Aftershocks Fires Explosion from combustible gasses Water, danger of electric shock OSHA Training Institute

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Response Phase: Other Concerns Lifting wounds Biohazards Helicopter Safety Proper approach Make eye contact with pilot or loadmaster Avoid vertical tail rotor, slants Eye, ear assurance No free articles OSHA Training Institute

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Response Phase: Situation Assessment Establish summon post to facilitate departure Activation of an "interior calamity" WHO? Nursing Supervisor Administrator available to come back to work HOW? Dad framework? Pagers? Blazing lights, cautions? Security? OSHA Training Institute

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Response Phase: Situation Assessment Location of Incident Areas of the office influenced Potential regions to end up distinctly included Define a departure zone-far from dangers OSHA Training Institute

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Response Phase: Situation Assessment Infrastructure Assessment Damage to structures, streets, crisis offices Including entrance/departure streets to office Emergency supplier get to Damage to neighboring zones/offices Fire chance Hazmat chance Walk in patients from occurrence OSHA Training Institute

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Response Phase: Activation of Evacuation Conditions that require quick clearing Area needing controlled clearing Special needs representatives or patient gatherings Weather conditions OSHA Training Institute

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Response Phase: Situation Assessment Number of losses Direction and development of evacuees Location of organizing area(s) Emergency help required Ingress/departure courses for crisis vehicles OSHA Training Institute

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Response Phase: Staff Communication Regularly booked briefings Handheld radios, telephones, and so forth Computer calamity dashboards Plan for the migration of patients over into your office OSHA Training Institute

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Response Phase: Security Establish border security to counteract section of individuals into office Unsafe condition Walking injured, stressed all around, harmed Establish inside security for staff and patients May have isolate wellbeing faculty Most will need EXTRA security staff OSHA Training Institute

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Response Phase: Physical Movement Staff wellbeing first in setting of emptying patients Safe techniques for lifting, moving pts Individual laborer security (widespread insurances, back/different wounds, natural risks) OSHA Training Institute

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Response Phase: Physical Movement Develop development control methods Continual appraisal of clearing "Safe Areas" Manpower pool (Augustine 2005) Reserve of staff individuals Await assignments in safe zone of site Social & peaceful support for staff & patients OSHA Training Institute

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Recovery Phase: Destination of Evacuees Individual calls to encompassing healing facilities MOAs in pre-episode arranging County EOC/MOC Depends on number of patients to be emptied, if EOC inaccessible Provisions for free exchange game plans Backup arrange if can't exchange pts OSHA Training Institute

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Response Phase: Destination of Evacuees If no place to transport patients, consider: Field doctor's facilities Alternative care locales Now required by The Joint Commission for debacle arrange Clinics, nursing homes Schools Churches OSHA Training Institute

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Response Phase: Destination of Evacuees Alternative care locales/surge Expect patients to present to your office while you are attempting to clear Need administer to care of a wide range of patients, including basically badly/harmed No doctor's facility on "Preoccupation" OSHA Training Institute

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Response Phase: Destination of Evacuees Augustine 2005 Transferred with prescriptions and diagram Bed patients sent to ED for triage & transport out Sent to option mind site with staff RN & other work force from labor pool Ambulatory patients sent to safe holding region OSHA Training Institute

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Response Phase : Transportation of Evacuees Immediate versus Delayed Evacuation Fire or other up and coming peril, control blackouts, flooding  Immediate Structural yet stable harm  Delayed Immediate requires utilization of anything accessible Busses, doctor's facility vans, individual autos, cable cars Ambulances will probably be tied up in a multi-site occurrence OSHA Training Institute

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Recovery Phase: Mass Care & Shelter Need for staff covers Including psych bolster Care & protect multi-jurisdictional assentions Mutual guide for tolerating patients into different offices Establish strategy to speak with staff once they are cleared OSHA Training Institute

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Recovery Phase: Post-Event Injuries More wounds happen in the tidy up period of numerous catastrophes than amid the occasion itself, particularly those including wind or impact Chain-saw mishaps while clearing brought down trees and branches CO-harming from unseemly utilization of gas-fueled washers, generators, or pumps utilized excessively near windows,in shut spaces, (for example, parking structures), or inside Downed tree, U. of Guam, after Super Typhoon Pongsona OSHA Training Institute

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Mitigation Phase: Mitigation steps in view of practice hotwash or After Action Report/Recommendations taking after genuine occasion Includes restorative measures Examples: avert worker wounds, bottlenecks in departure courses, conceivable basic changes in offices, fortification of non-basic risks Might incorporate expansion of clearing resources Part of "The Disaster Cycle" OSHA Training Institute

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Summary PLAN to be PREPARED Emergency Action Plan Training Physical Plant Preparation RESPOND SAFELY RECOVER Once the office if emptied, get off-site MITIGATE OSHA Training Institute

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References Augustine J, Schoettmer J. Departure of a provincial group clinic: Lessons Learned from a spontaneous occasion. 2005. Fiasco Management and Response. 3:68-72. California Office of Emergency Services. The ABCs of Post-tremor clearing: An agenda for school executives and staff. California Office of Emergency Services. Legitimate Guidelines for Flood Evacuation. 1997. OSHA Training Institute

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References Federal Emergency Management Association's Guide for All-peril Emergency Operations Planning. State and Federal Local Guide. 1996. General Accounting Office Report 03-924. Healing center readiness: most urban doctor's facilities have crisis arranges yet do not have certain capacities with regards to bioterrorism , General Accounting Office Report 03-924, August 2003. Pesik N, Keim ME, Iserson KV. Fear mongering and the Ethics of Emergency Medical Care. Chronicles of Emergency Medicine. 2001. 37:642–646. OSHA Training Institute

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References Norcross ED, et al. Effect of a noteworthy storm on surgical administrations in a college healing facility. Am Surg 59(1):28-33, 1993. Rubin JN, Recurring Pitfalls in Hospital Preparedness and Response. Country Security Journal, January, 2004 Sarpy S, Warren C, Kaplan S, Bradley J, Howe R. Reproducing Public Health Response to a Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) Event: A thorough and efficient way to deal with outlining, actualizing, and assessing a tabletop work out. Diary of Public Health Management Practice. 2005. S75-S82. OSHA Training Institute

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References Schultz CH, Koenig KL, Auf der Heide E: Benchmarking for doctor's facility departure: A basic information accumulation device. Prehosp Disast Med 2005;20(5): 331–342. Schultz CH, Koenig KL, Lewis RJ. "Ramifications of Hospital Evacuation After the Northridge, California Earthquake," New England Journal of Medicine, vol. 348, no. 13, 3 April 2003, pp. 1349–1355. US Dept of Labor: OSHA. General industry (29 CFR 1910) necessities for crisis reaction and readiness. www.osha.go

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