Comprehensive List of Infection Control Print Materials - Minnesota Dept. of Health

Infection Control Print Materials

Signs, posters, brochures, manuals, curricula, and other infection control materials that you can print and use.

On this page:
Cover Your Cough
Stop! Protect our Patients/Residents
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Respiratory Protection Plan
For Public Safety Personnel
For Long Term Care
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Cover Your Cough:

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Cover Your Cough Posters for Health Care Facilities
Posters that you can use in your health care facility to help teach people to cover their cough.
This poster is available for download in eleven languages.
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Cover Your Cough Brochures for Health Care Facilities
Brochures that you can use in your health care facility to help teach people to cover their cough.
This brochure is available for download in four languages.
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Cover Your Cough Posters for Schools, Childcare, and the Community
Posters that you can use to help teach people to cover their cough. These materials do not include the parts about being asked to wear a mask.
This poster is available for download in ten languages.
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Cover Your Cough Brochures for Schools, Childcare, and the Community
Brochures that you can use to help teach people to cover their cough. These materials do not include the parts about being asked to wear a mask.

Stop! Help Protect Our Patients/Residents:

Stop! Help Protect Our Patients Posters
Posters to be posted in clinics and hospitals asking ill people not to visit. This poster is available for download in five languages.
Stop! Help Protect Our Residents Posters
Posters to be posted in residential facilities and long term care facilities asking ill people not to visit.
This poster is available for download in five languages.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):

Full Barrier Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) with N95 Respirator
Poster showing donning and doffing of personal protective equipment when using an N95 respirator.

Full Barrier Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) with Powered Air Purifying Respirator (PAPR)
Poster showing donning and doffing of personal protective equipment when using a PAPR.

Use of an N95 Respirator: Cleaning Up After the Flood
Activities like sweeping, using power saws, shoveling debris, or cleaning up mold can all be a concern, especially in enclosed spaces. A special type of mask – known as an “N95 respirator” – can help, but only if you use it safely and correctly. N95 respirators are designed to make a tight seal against the wearer’s face, in order to decrease the risk of breathing in potentially harmful particles that may be present in the air.

Respiratory Protection Plan:

Public Health Respiratory Protection Program Template
Local Public Health may use or download this program and fill in the blank spaces to make it unique to your facility.
Clinic Respiratory Protection Program Template
Clinics may use or download this program and fill in the blank spaces to make it unique to your facility.

OSHA Respirator Medical Evaluation Questionnaire (Mandatory)
Appendix C to Respiratory Protection Standard; respirator medical evaluation questionnaire. Attention: Non-MDH link

Respirator Medical Recommendation Form (PDF: 15KB/1 page)
This form outlines the results of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Respirator Medical Evaluation and is to be filled out by a licensed medical provider based on the review of the OSHA Respirator Medical Evaluation Questionnaire (above).

Qualitative Fit Test (QLFT) Form (PDF: 19KB/1 page)
This form is used by the person performing the fit testing.
Voluntary Respirator Use Form
When use of a respirator will help alleviate irritation and when the respirator itself is judged to pose no additional risk to the wearer, employees will be allowed to voluntarily use respirators for comfort reasons.

For Public Safety Personnel:

Meningococcal Disease Fact Sheet for EMS, Public Safety, and First Responders
Fact sheet for Public Safety Personnel and First Responders covering frequently asked questions about Meningococcal Disease.

Pertussis (Whooping Cough) Fact Sheet for EMS, Public Safety, and First Responders
Fact sheet for Public Safety Personnel and First Responders covering frequently asked questions about Pertussis.

Prophylaxis Related to Bioterrorism Fact Sheet for EMS, Public Safety, and First Responders
Fact sheet for Public Safety Personnel and First Responders covering frequently asked questions about prophylaxis related bioterrorism.

Tuberculosis (TB) Fact Sheet for EMS, Public Safety, and First Responders
Fact sheet for Public Safety Personnel and First Responders covering frequently asked questions about Tuberculosis.

2005 Updates to the Law on Isolation and Quarantine
Fact sheet for EMS, Public Safety Personnel, and First Responders covering the 2005 changes in both federal and Minnesota law regarding isolation and quarantine. Includes links to Minnesota's isolation and quarantine statute.

For Long Term Care:

Guideline for the Management of Antimicrobial Resistant Microorganisms in Minnesota Long-Term Care Facilities
Information regarding the placement and care of persons with antimicrobial resistant microorganisms in long-term care facilities.

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Hand Hygiene:
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Signs, posters, brochures, manuals, curricula, and other hand hygiene materials that you can print and use.

Updated Wednesday, November 15, 2017 at 01:52PM