Staying home from work when not feeling well.
Use hand sanitizer regularly.
Wearing protective equipment when working with clients.
Practice universal precautions.
On the wall, near the exit.
In the admin area.
On the alarm pad.
Through the telephone PA system.
Run out of the building to the meeting place.
Duck and cover until the shaking stops, then count to 60 slowly and vacate the building watching for potential danger.
Duck and cover, count to 60, then vacate the building.
Get your car out of underground parking and drive home as safely as possible.
Ask parent to restrain the child and go to the hospital.
Consult with your family physician immediately.
File a WCB claim immediately.
Stay calm and invite the child to use his words to exprss his feelings.
Every 15 minutes.
Using a mild bleach solution.
At least twice a day.
Before and after providing services.
Alert a nearby staff member that a threat is being received.
File an incident report.
Yell "BOMB" and run from the building.
Page and notify everyone of an evacuation.
Carry a cell phone.
Cancel the appointment.
Let reception know where you will be and for how long.
Make arrangements with supervisor or alternative to check in at the end of the visit.
Excuse yourself from the appointment and leave the home.
Continue with the visit but stay near the door.
Check in with reception and let them know that you are uncomfortable.
On the staff intranet.
Pre-programmed in your desk phone
On the back of your OH&S handbook.
Move the injured person to a comfortable place.
Call a family member.
Call for a first aid attendant.
Motor vehicle accident during work time.
Potentially violent situation.
All of the above.
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