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Make sure the disinfectant and the method of applying it are compatible. (...) In general, fogging and misting allow the ingress of disinfectant into areas where disinfectants are not intended to be used (e.g., underlying structure, fan cooled electronic boxes, smoke detectors). (...) Be especially careful when using liquid disinfectants in the flight deck, particularly when attempting to achieve a long “dwell time” of the liquid disinfectant on the surface if recommended by the disinfectant manufacturer.
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Score: 1214727.05 - https://www.icao.int/safety/CAPSCA/COVID19Docs/NM-20-17.pdf
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Prepare vehicle key principles of biosecurity - 1 Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 8 - Regularly clean and disinfect the car - Clean and dirty part - Do not bring any unnecessary object - Appropriate packaging and transport of samples - Appropriate packaging of waste VMP, disposable materials - Bring necessary equipment - Clean and disinfect the vehicle before you enter Vehicle 5 Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 9 • Plastic mat • Buckets (3 ideally) • Detergent (approved) • Disinfectant (approved) • Scrubbing brushes (2) • Rubbish bags (including biohazard bags) • Ziplock bags (for transporting phone or other equipment) • Disinfectant wipes for face • Boots • Boot covers • Disposable biosecurity suit • Waterproof over suit if required • Examination gloves • Tape • Scissors to cut tape • Sampling and recording equipment Necessary equipment Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 10 - Plan the visit of the farm - Park the car to avoid contamination - Segregate the car with plastic - Check the equipment - Check the sampling kit - Designate clean and dirty part - Place equipment that can not be disinfected in zip lock plastic bags Entering the farm 6 Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 11 Cleaning Remove ALL dirt Disinfectants do NOT work on dirt- they are inactivated. key principles of biosecurity - 2 Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 12 Disinfection Correct disinfectant, correct concentration, contact time key principles of biosecurity - 3 7 Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 13 - Clean before disinfection (dirt and organic matter can protect virus from disinfectant) - Disinfect surfaces fully and completely (splashing disinfectant on something is not enough) - Ensure adequate contact time (disinfectant need time to work) - Use approved disinfectant Disinfection principles Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 14PB in practice 8 Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 15 Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 16 9 Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 17 Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 18 10 Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 19 Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 20 11 Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 21 Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 Cleaning: soap Disinfectant: citric acid minimum 0.3% Brushes Rubbish bags Ziplocks for paperwork 12 Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 23 - Put shoe cover - Changing gloves between different animals - Examining unaffected animals first - Replacing torn outer gloves - Keeping hoods up On farm Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 24 - Ensure no organic mater remain on the cloths of boots - Ensure that ziplocked bags with equipment is disinfected - Leave waste on the farm - Leave appropriate time for disinfectant - Double bag and seal disinfected equipment for safe transport - Disposed of the plastic separators in the car Before you leave 13 Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 25 - Everything coming off must be washed and disinfected- it isn’t enough to clean the outside of the box! - Maintain box of clean items, box of disinfected items - If NOT disinfected should be inside double bags and into disinfected items boxes (try and avoid this) - You may want to rinse disinfectant off equipment Disinfecting equipment Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 26 - Clean all dirt from boots and suit - Remove outer gloves - Disinfect boots and suit - Remove suit and inner gloves, touching only inside of suit - Hop onto clean side (!) (...) (Ostrich syndrome) - Too busy, in too much of a hurry – doesn’t have the time to clean & disinfect (VIP syndrome) - Disinfection point too far away – why not just jump the fence?
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Score: 1205088.2 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ents/events2017/LSD_TTT/13.pdf
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Microsoft PowerPoint - Dakar.ppt Substitution strategy of a manufacturer of disinfectants Dr. Michael Streek Schülke & Mayr GmbH Germany IFCS, 17 September 2008, Dakar, Senegal 03.09.2008 | | Schülke & Mayr GmbH | Seite 2 Certainly you are familiar with this situation Before taking a blood sample the injection area has to be disinfected to avoid any infection caused by germs present on the surface of the skin which might enter the body at the injection point. (...) 03.09.2008 | | Schülke & Mayr GmbH | Seite 4 Certainly you are familiar with this situation • Alcohol, which is the active ingredient in a skin disinfectant, needs 30 seconds to kill all germs This simple example shows the importance of service and consultation in the usage of disinfectants 03.09.2008 | | Schülke & Mayr GmbH | Seite 5 Who is schülke ? • Founded in 1889 for the sale of the first packaged, branded preparation for disinfection: LYSOL. • A European leader in certain areas of infection control • Employs more than 560 employees worldwide • Subsidiaries in Austria, Benelux, France, Italy, Poland, Switzerland, United Kingdom, USA, Malaysia and Singapore • Turnover 2007: Ca. 130 M € • In 1996 it was one of the first chemical companies in Germany to be validated according to EMAS • Certified according to ISO 14001 • Member of the Air Liquide group 03.09.2008 | | Schülke & Mayr GmbH | Seite 6 Located near Hamburg, Germany • Further information: www.schuelke.com 03.09.2008 | | Schülke & Mayr GmbH | Seite 7 Hamburg 03.09.2008 | | Schülke & Mayr GmbH | Seite 8 Important facts for disinfectionDisinfectants make an active contribution to the fight against infections and therefore protect the health and the lives of humans • The use of disinfectants in Europe is strictly controlled by a large variety of regulations, e.g. for drugs, medical devices and biocides • As a result of their biocidal nature, disinfectants are often hazardous substances and can have an adverse effect on the environment • Disinfectants are consumables 03.09.2008 | | Schülke & Mayr GmbH | Seite 9 Classical approach as manufacturer Objective • Manufacture and sell disinfectants Strategy • Develop highly effective disinfectants • Increase turnover and profit by expanding the usage of disinfection at customer‘s site Problem • Customer is on his own with • Right choice and application • Impact on employee safety • Fulfillment of legal requirements • Adverse environmental effects 03.09.2008 | | Schülke & Mayr GmbH | Seite 10 Schülke‘s approach Objective • Expert for implementing and maintaining high-level hygiene conditions Strategy • Increase turnover and profit by providing services, consultation and reorganization of related customer processes as well as sales of necessary disinfectants and application tools • Develop highly effective disinfectants Benefits • Good hygiene conditions • Reduction of infection rate • Safe handling of disinfectants in accordance with legal requirements • Minimizing adverse effects on the environment 03.09.2008 | | Schülke & Mayr GmbH | Seite 11 Foundation of OPAL (1999) • Consultancy for hygiene and quality management • Academy for education and training of hospital staff 03.09.2008 | | Schülke & Mayr GmbH | Seite 12 Application support • Intensive customer consultation regarding selection, dosage and dosing tools of the right disinfectant 100 [%] 50 200 Performance Concentration Waste 03.09.2008 | | Schülke & Mayr GmbH | Seite 13 Customer support • Customer consultation to fulfill legal requirements related to hygiene • Hygiene regulations • Safety and chemical regulations • Environmental protection • Providing service tools • Hygiene plan • Disinfection plan • Skin protection plan • Comprehensive and updated information regarding hygiene issues via Internet with 24 hours availability 03.09.2008 | | Schülke & Mayr GmbH | Seite 14 Availabilty of information 24 hours a day • Comprehensive and updated information regarding hygiene issues via Internet 03.09.2008 | | Schülke & Mayr GmbH | Seite 15 Service tools – disinfection plan 03.09.2008 | | Schülke & Mayr GmbH | Seite 16 Service tools – Skin protection plan 03.09.2008 | | Schülke & Mayr GmbH | Seite 17 In preparation: Research project Taking over responsibility for hygiene conditions in a German hospital for two years • Providing service • Training of staff • Making decisions regarding the use of disinfectants • Implementing processes • Monitoring key performance indicators Project partners: • University Medical Center, Freiburg • Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt (German Federal Foundation for the Environment) 03.09.2008 | | Schülke & Mayr GmbH | Seite 18 Conclusion Abstraction of the business objective can help enterprises to adapt to future requirements early and to minimize adverse effects in terms of safety and environmental protection. 03.09.2008 | | Schülke & Mayr GmbH | Seite 19 Conclusion Thank you for your attention !
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Score: 1203478.8 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...ms/forum6/ppt_subst_streek.pdf
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Alcohol at 70-90% can also be used for surface disinfection. Surfaces must be cleaned with water and soap or a detergent first to remove dirt, followed by disinfection.  (...) If disinfectants are to be applied, these should be via a cloth or wipe which is soaked in the disinfectant.    (...) Do not allow children to use disinfectant wipes. Keep cleaning fluids and disinfectants out of the reach of children and pets.
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Score: 1196092.6 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...es-in-non-health-care-settings
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Aircraft Module - Disinfection – Passenger Cabin You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. (...) For more detailed recommendations or additional disinfecting chemicals, reach out to the specific airframe manufacturer.  (...) Use the Aircraft COVID-19 Disinfection Control Sheet (PHC Form 2) or a similar one when appropriate.
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Score: 1195386.6 - https://www.icao.int/covid/car...%E2%80%93-Passenger-Cabin.aspx
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Used HEPA should be placed in a special plastic bag, disinfected with chlorine disinfectant and sealed. 6.3 After the task is completed, the maintenance staff should disinfect their hands and remove their protective equipment in the specified order before disinfecting their hands again thoroughly. 7. (...) While disinfecting the ceiling and the wall, the amount of disinfectant sprayed should not exceed the amount of the liquid that can be absorbed (the maximum amount of disinfectant the surface can absorb). 7.4.5 Upon completion, the cargo hold floor should be disinfected again by spraying while moving backward. (...) During terminal disinfection, the passenger cabin should be wiped while the cargo hold should be sprayed with disinfectant.
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Score: 1194145.8 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...r%20Airlines-4th%20edition.pdf
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Aircraft Module - Disinfection – Flight Deck You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. (...) The flight deck should be cleaned and disinfected at an appropriate frequency to accommodate safe operations for the crew. (...) Use the Aircraft COVID-19 Disinfection Control Sheet (PHC Form 2) or a similar one when appropriate.
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Score: 1192249.6 - https://www.icao.int/covid/car...ion-%E2%80%93-Flight-Deck.aspx
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Aircraft Module - Disinfection – Cargo compartment You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. (...) UV irradiation does not replace normal manual cleaning procedures but could be used to supplement existing disinfection procedures. Where used, several important factors should be considered, including that UV disinfection is only effective if the virus is exposed to the UV light. (...) Use the Aircraft COVID-19 Disinfection Control Sheet (PHC Form 2) or a similar one when appropriate.
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Score: 1190231.8 - https://www.icao.int/covid/car...2%80%93-Cargo-compartment.aspx
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Keep a record of the disinfection time and date. b) Disinfect the vehicles. (...) Place the mark of “DISINFECTED” in a conspicuous location of these places, with disinfection date and time indicated. v) Disinfect the office desks. (...) Disinfect the canteen once a day and disinfect the tables and chairs after use.
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Score: 1189251.6 - https://www.upu.int/UPU/media/...id19PreventionAndControlEn.pdf
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This process does not necessarily kill germs, but by removing them, it lowers their numbers and the risk of spreading infection. Disinfecting kills germs on surfaces or objects. Disinfecting works by using chemicals to kill germs on surfaces or objects. (...) Cleaning products and disinfectants often call for the use of gloves or eye protection. (...) Do not mix cleaners and disinfectants unless the labels indicate it is safe to do so.
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Score: 1174779.3 - https://www.unicef.org/lac/med...and-Supply-Recommendations.pdf
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