Live-stream course via Zoom, an in-depth 3 hour CEU for RCFE and ARF administrators.
How do I make a disaster plan during a pandemic?
ARF # 364-0305-34862 Subject Code: Community & Support Services
RCFE#364-0316-34863 Subject Code: Managing the physical environment
A 200-bed assisted living complex in Spring Valley, NY, is a total loss after a massive fire swept through it early morning in March, killing one resident.
Currently care facilities in Baton Rouge, LA have evacuated due to flooding. As stated by individual living in flooded area, “I didn’t expect this to flood.”
Are you ready to get your residents and staff out safely?
Course Overview: This three (3) hour course meets requirements toward the RCFE CEU program required for RCFE administrators. This course is designed to give
administrators of long-term care facilities an overview on how to plan for different disasters during a pandemic. Knowing what hazards can affect your community and learning what to do before, during, and after each one will help to stay safe, and strengthen the ability to adapt, so that your community can recover or ‘bounce back’ quickly.
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
1. Identify hazards that can affect your community.
2. Obtain greater knowledge what to do before, during and after each
3. Understand what additional actions a LTC community can take to help
prevent the spread of COVID-19 or other viruses and the flu during a
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These CEUs are being provided by one of our education partners, LTC Safety.
Learn more about their services at www.ltcsafey.us