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Decontamination Training

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Decontamination readiness is an essential capability for ensuring the safety of hospital staff during any hazardous materials incident. OSHA requires that hospitals provide ongoing training (Awareness, Operations, and Refresher) to personnel who are expected to decontaminate or interact with contaminated victims.

Sustaining this capability is a challenge for any program or response capability that is used infrequently and intended to persevere over time.  Our  goal is to help hospitals attain a real, working level of decontamination preparedness and then support that effort over time – a task DQE has done successfully for over 20 years.

DQE has nearly 25 years of experience in assisting healthcare facilities throughout the U.S. meet their emergency preparedness planning and training needs. Our client list of over 600 facilities includes; critical access, rural and community hospitals, trauma, military and academic centers, specialty hospitals and skilled nursing facilities, as well as coalitions, regional hospital planning groups and associations. At DQE, partnerships and long-term relationships are valued and how we provide our services is as important as the content we deliver.  All of DQE training programs are:

  • Healthcare focused
  • Competency based
  • Practical and comprehensive
  • Interactive and adaptable
  • Delivered via multiple modalities
  • Cost effective and time efficient
  • Delivered by experienced/credentialed instructors
  • Scalable
  • Customizable based on local and regional needs/requirements
  • In compliance with national standards, accreditation requirements and regulations
  • Flexible scheduling
  • Enjoyable, worthwhile investment of time

DQE Decontamination Training Programs can be used for OSHA certification and are aligned with NIMS activities for hospitals and healthcare systems, ASPR, NFPA 99, and The Joint Commission.

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