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Cleaning and Disinfection. Personnel. Personnel Disinfection Station. Adjacent to entrance Flat terrain Impermeable surface House components C&D equipment Water supply Waste water containment. Preparation. Prepare (4) buckets of fresh warm water Add mild detergent/cleaner

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personnel disinfection station
Personnel Disinfection Station
  • Adjacent to entrance
  • Flat terrain
  • Impermeable surface
  • House components
    • C&D equipment
    • Water supply
    • Waste water containment

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preparation
Preparation
  • Prepare (4) buckets of fresh warm water
    • Add mild detergent/cleaner
    • Rinse water
    • Add EPA-registered disinfectant
    • Rinse water
  • Water temperatureno greater than 110oF
  • Running water is preferred

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disinfectant solutions
Disinfectant Solutions
  • Use according to product label
  • Only EPA-registered or approved products
  • Prepare fresh solutions
    • Old solutions may have reduced efficacy
  • Test kits to help check concentration

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biosecurity work zones
Biosecurity Work Zones

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basic protocol
Basic Protocol
  • Systematic manner
  • Cleaning
    • Dry clean
    • Wash
    • Rinse and Dry
  • Disinfection
    • Application
    • Contact time
    • Rinse and Dry

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procedure
Procedure
  • In Hot Zone
    • Dry brush exteriorof PPE to remove gross contamination
    • Spray PPE with disinfectant
    • Enter Decon Corridor

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wash and rinse
Wash and Rinse
  • Reusable Clothing
    • Wash items with detergent using soft brush, cloth, or sponge
    • Rinse components with clean, warm water

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disinfect
Disinfect
  • Apply EPA-registered disinfectant solutionto exterior
  • Allow solution to sit for appropriate contact time
  • Items must remain “wet” with solution

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disposable clothing items
Disposable Clothing Items
  • Spray with EPA-registereddisinfectant
  • Allow necessarycontact time
  • Doff PPE
  • Place in plastic garbage bags
    • Spray outer surface with disinfectant
    • Place at perimeter for removal

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footbaths
Footbaths
  • Ineffective if used incorrectly
    • False sense of security
    • Should not be sole process of disinfection
  • Use fresh solution
  • Allow contact time

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respirators
Respirators
  • C&D procedures available from OSHA
  • Proper cleaning to
    • Reuse respirator
    • Avoid damage to the respirator
    • Avoid harm to useron reuse

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respirator c d
Respirator C&D
  • Clean
    • Remove filters, cartridges, canisters
    • Disassemble components
    • Wash with warm detergent water
    • Rinse thoroughly
  • Disinfect
    • Immerse in EPA-registered disinfectant
    • Allow needed contact time
    • Rinse thoroughly
  • Change solution after 20 respirators

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personnel
Personnel
  • Shelter for privacy
  • Warm water with antimicrobial soaps
  • Wash hands before leaving
  • Once home(or if possible on-site)
    • Complete shower

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safety
Safety
  • Chemical Hazards
    • Skin, eye, respiratory irritation
  • Physical Hazards
    • Slips, trips, falls
    • Heat injury
    • High pressure sprayer

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references
References
  • https://fadprep.lmi.org
  • USDA APHIS. FAD PRePNAHEMS
    • Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza Standard Operating Procedures: Cleaning and Disinfection. February 2010.
    • Foot-And-Mouth Disease. Standard Operating Procedures: Cleaning and Disinfection. February 2010.
    • NAHEMS Guidelines: Cleaning and Disinfection. June 2011.

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acknowledgments

Acknowledgments

Development of this presentation was by the Center for Food Security and Public Health at Iowa State University through funding from the Multi-State Partnership for Security in Agriculture

Author: Glenda Dvorak, DVM, MPH, DACVPM