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Standard Precautions Approved Training Vendor Attestation

Course Number
SB.FF.SPATVA
Overview
Effective July 2017, the Standard Precautions Training Attestation is being implemented through the Colorado Shines PDIS. (This course is NOT Standard Precautions training itself; you will not receive any clock hours for completing this course or a certificate of completion.) Completing this course will add you to the list of approved training vendors for Standard Precautions and grant you access to the training materials. Do not take this course unless you are qualified to teach Standard Precautions and want to become an approved trainer for the Office of Early Childhood.

The Attestation Process

1. Complete the Standard Precautions Attestation through the PDIS. Select "Get Item" to register in this attestation "class." You will need to create a Colorado Shines PDIS account to complete this course and become an approved training vendor.
2. Your name will be added to the list of approved vendors for Standard Precautions. After completing the Attestation, you will be added to the list of approved training vendors within 1-3 weeks. You will also be given access to the Department-approved training materials, which are posted in the Colorado Shines PDIS for trainers to download and use at no cost. You will receive an email from the Colorado Shines PDIS notifying you when you have been granted access to the materials. 
3. Download the Department-approved training materials. Login to the Colorado Shines PDIS to access the Department-approved Standard Precautions training materials and certificate. Beginning January 1, 2018, all approved trainers must use these Department-approved training materials.

Qualified Training Vendors

Based on Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements, trainers must be knowledgeable in the subject matter. Possible trainers include a variety of healthcare professionals such as infection control practitioners, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, occupational health professionals, physician's assistants, and emergency medical technicians. Non-healthcare professionals, such as but not limited to, industrial hygienists, epidemiologists, or professional trainers, may conduct the training provided they are knowledgeable in the subject matter covered by the elements contained in the training program as it relates to the workplace. One way, but not the only way, knowledge can be demonstrated is the fact that the trainer has received specialized training. Read more about OSHA requirements.

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