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A Workplace Control Plan: Putting the Pieces Together Encourages workers to help eliminate TB from their workplace and provides information on the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's regulations regarding respirators. Audience: Business and labor organizations, general public, health educators 1995 Service Employees International Union
Achoo! Poster Poster: Encourages patients to cover their noses and mouths when coughing to help stop the spread of germs Vermont Department of Health
CDC's TB Guidelines & Infection Control & Prevention CDC's TB Guidelines & Infection Control & Prevention 2009 CDC
Cough Etiquette and Respiratory Hygiene Poster: Encourages patients to cover their noses and mouths when coughing to help stop the spread of germs. Audience: General public, health educators/communicators Australian Government Dept. of Health and Ageing
Cough Hygiene Poster for Patients Encourages patients to cover their noses and mouths when coughing, to not spit indiscriminately, to wash hands and throw tissues in buckets. 2008 ICAP
Cover Your Cough Poster: Encourages patients to cover their noses and mouths when coughing to help stop the spread of germs. Peace Country Health/Alberta Health Services
Cover Your Cough Urges patients to cover their noses and mouths when coughing. The message is written in five different languages (Chinese, English, Llocano, Korean, and Vietnamese). 2004 Hawaii Tuberculosis Control Program
Cover Your Cough: Stop the Spread of Germs that Make You and Others Sick Encourages patients to cover their noses and mouths when coughing to help stop the spread of germs. (Chinese, English, Spanish, Tagalog, and Vietnamese) 2006 CDC
Cover Your Cough: Stop the Spread of Germs that Make You and Others Sick (community) Designed for community and public settings like schools and child care facilities. Urges patients to cover their noses and mouths when coughing to help stop the spread of germs. (English and Spanish) 2006 CDC
Essential Actions for Effective TB Infection Control: Safety without Stigma Presents 10 essential actions for TB infection control. Audience: Health professionals 2008 WHO
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