Clean and Safe Environment Unit 4 Who is responsible for resident safety? Who are the residents at risk? Name several hazards to safety. How can NAR’s prevent injury to residents? What is a transfer belt for and why should you use it? What is the right to know law? What is the definition of a restraint? What are some examples of physical restraints? What are the benefits of not using restraints? What are some restraint alternatives? What should you do if you discover a fire? What does PASS stand for? What should you do if a resident is choking? What is a seizure and what should you do if one happens? A resident is missing, what should you do? What is the difference between a tornado watch and a warning? What is the definition of body mechanics? What are the principals of body mechanics? What is the definition of medical Asepsis? What is a pathogen? How do germs get into our bodies? What are the parts to the chain of infection? What do germs need to grow? What are standard precautions and what do they include? What is isolation and when do we do this? What does PPE stand for? What is the most important way to prevent the spread of disease? What is the difference between a bacteria, virus and a fungus? What is hepatitis? What is HIV? What does MRSA and VRE stand for? What is KWIPES?