About the virus, its effects and how to prevent CMV in the child care industry.
Animal diseases include Hendra virus, influenza, Q fever, Australian bat lyssavirus and handling bats, Leptospirosis, Hydatid disease , Psittacosis and Toxoplasmosis.
The risk of Ebolavirus disease (EVD) in Australia is low, however healthcare agencies are currently developing EVD preparedness plans to ensure that any potential cases can be managed safely. For more information on EVD, visit the Federal Department of Health.
Managing the risks of diseases in the child care industry through immunisation or vaccination
Resources to help prevent the spread of flu at work.
Non-potable water is water that has been used at least once and then supplied for reuse, either treated or untreated. Without appropriate treatment, recycled water may contain a range of contaminants.
Health and safety information for skin penetrating injuries, sharps and needlestick injuries.
- Last updated
- 17 January 2017
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