Health Office
Blood-Borne Pathogens
 
The BBP video is MANDATORY for all faculty and staff at WHRHS. Please review the video and take the Post Test as directed.  The answer sheet is included here for your reference.  The correct answers are highlighted. This training needs to be completed within the first 30 days of the new school year.
 
 
 
Life-Threatening Allergies and Epipen Administration
 
The WHRHS School district currently has 100 students with Life Threatening Allergies. Anyone of these students could have a reaction at anytime. It is in the best interest and safety of our students that staff is aware of the signs and symptoms of a reaction and the emergency care plan in place to care for any student should an incident occur. Fatalities in schools have occurred when help or medication has been delayed. Please take a moment to review the Powerpoint presentastion. If you are interested in becoming an Epipen delegate please contact the nursing office for further training. Your volunteering to become a delegate is greatly appreciated.
 
 
The Diabetic Student & Emergency Glucagon
 
The WHRHS School district currently has four students with Insulin Dependent Diabetes. Anyone of these students could have a hyper of hypoglycemic reaction. In the event of a hypoglycemic reaction it may become necessary to administer glucagon to rapidly increase the blood sugar level. Please take a moment to review the PowerPoint. Additionally, if you are interested in becoming a Glucagon delegate please contact the nursing office for further training. Your volunteering to become a delegate is greatly appreciated.
 
 
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