An effective infection control program requires the cooperation of Health Care Workers (HCWs), Supervisor and staff. This will be achieved through education, demonstration, monitoring, and evaluation. It is responsibility of all personnel to practice approved infection control procedures and to insure that HCWs are confirming to the guidelines
The purpose of Infection Prevention and Control program is to protect all personnel and patients from across infectious relate to health care services
The goal of exposure control is to significantly reduce the risk or prevent exposure to infectious or potentially infectious microorganisms and the physical hazards associated with providing health care services.
1. Educational and training in the principle and practice of infection prevention and control.
2. implementing the Infection Control guidelines in the health care facility.
3. Monitoring and evaluation system in the clinics at the facility
Regular auditing for infection control in the facility