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The Infection Control Manager plays a significant role in preventing nosocomial infections and controlling biological hazards that can harm the community.


  • Common Infections – Group I & II
  • Routes of Transmission
  • Elements of an Infection Control Program
  • Infection Control Techniques
  • Collection of Sputum Specimen
  • Employee Exposure Assessment Form
  • Management of Blood borne Pathogens Exposure Form
  • Sterilization and Disinfection of Equipment
  • Cleaning Procedures
  • Storage and Handling of Equipment, Supplies and Biological Specimens
  • Environmental Management
  • Waste Treatment
  • Disposal of Medical Waste
    Eligibility : Graduate in zoology /Nursing qualified/Para Medical qualified.
    Duration : 02 days

The Registered Healthcare Safety Officer (RHSO) is knowledgeable of the fundamentals of occupational Health and Safety in health care environment including hospitals, old age homes, juvenile homes, jails and destitute homes The RHSO is generally responsible for advising the management in terms of care and protection of inmates from all possible hazards and risks pertaining to above industry.


  • Safety Terminology
  • Management’s Role in Safety
  • Safety Committee
  • Communicating Safety Effectively
  • Safety Training
  • Hazard Recognition and Control Measures
  • Specific Hazards and Risk Associated with Hospitals
  • Specific Hazards and Risk Associated with Old Age Homes
  • Specific Hazards and Risk Associated with juvenile Homes
  • Specific Hazards and Risks Associated with Destitute Homes.
  • Hazardous Materials Management
  • Ergonomics 
  • Violence Management
  • Infection Control
  • Palliative Care
    Eligibility : Graduate in Zoology /Nursing qualified/Para medical qualified/Safety Officer
    Duration: 3 days

A Hospital Food Safety Manager demonstrates competency in preventing foodborne illness which contributes significant to the recovery of patients and providing staff and visitors a nutritious meal.

Topics : 

  • Impact of Foodborne Illnesses
  • CDC Critical and Non-Critical Categories of Foodborne Illness Contributors
  • Hospital Food Safety Manager Responsibilities
  • Eleven International Food Safety Icons
  • Foodborne Illnesses              
         - Biological              
         - Physical            
         - Chemical
  • Preventing Foodborne Illnesses

    Eligibility: Graduate/Safety Officer with two years’ experience in hospital food service.

    Duration: 03 days