Infection Control Tool Kit (2023 Update)

$100.00

Maintain infection control compliance with this handy guide.

This companion tool kit helps to make sense of the “Infection Control Lead” position (formerly Infection Preventionist). A designated Infection Control Lead is required by California Department of Social Services in licensed residential care facilities. This “tool kit” is used as a Quick Start guide and an ongoing compliance aid. When used consistently it will help to maintain compliance in your facility.

View the Table of Contents here – Infection Control Tool Kit – TOC and How to Use

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This companion tool kit helps to make sense of the “Infection Control Lead” position (formerly Infection Preventionist). A designated Infection Control Lead is required by California Department of Social Services in licensed residential care facilities. This “tool kit” is used as a Quick Start guide and an ongoing compliance aid. When used consistently it will help to maintain compliance in your facility.

View the Table of Contents here – Infection Control Tool Kit – TOC and How to Use

Facility types and requirements for “Infection Control Lead”¬†are included in California Code of Regulations (CCR), Title 22:

  • Section 82095.5 for Adult Day Programs (ADPs)
  • Section 85095.5 for Adult Residential Facilities (ARFs), Community Crisis Homes (CCH), Enhanced Behavioral Support Homes (EBSH)
  • Section 87895.5 for Residential Care Facilities for Chronically Ill (RCFCIs)
  • Section 87470 for Residential Care Facilities for Elderly (RCFEs)
  • Section 81095.5 for Social Rehab Facilities (SRFs).