Last Monday Webcast
Infection Control Officers
Monday, September 26
6:30 pm-7:30 pm (Central)
A new state law requires emergency responder organizations to designate an infection control officer.
The officer is charged with interfacing with hospitals and other health services providers to monitor and report on exposures.
Join SAFE-D's Last Monday Webcast as an official with the Department of State Health Services explains what the new law requires and how ESDs can comply.
Texas A&M's V.G. Young Institute of County Government has certified this webcast for one (1) hour of ESD Commissioner Training Credit.
SAFE-D map of ESDs in Texas
SAFE-D Online Education Opportunity
Join ESDs around the state in timely, practical online education through SAFE-D, in partnership with the V.G. Young Institute of County Government.
Click here for the link to the course (IMPORTANT: be sure to read the above information page that explains how to enroll for the course)
Apply to Become a Certified Emergency Services Commissioner!
Save the Date for SAFE-D's 16th Annual Conference!
March 9-11, 2017
Embassy Suites, San Marcos
Attendee Registration Coming Soon!