Safe Practices

Safe Practices
Published 15th May 2011

Good practices to sanitation systems:
We may be in contact with pipes, tanks, pump components or water that has been contaminated by human waste. 
There are health risks associated with contact with human waste and may contain microorganisms, such as Hepatitis B virus (HBV) and A (HAV), organic waste present in individuals infected by these viruses

Levels of infection: 
According to Occupational Hazards Prevention Act, the security level is 3. 
See your doctor give you the necessary vaccinations for your added protection. 

Typhus, tetanus, hepatitis A and B

You should wear protective gloves at all times. Gloves always discarded after use. 

• Wash hands with soap and water after handling contaminated material. If not available immediately with soap and water, we recommend using a disinfectant.
First Aid for Cuts: 
• Wash small wounds that bleed profusely with soap and water and then disinfect with a disinfectant before attaching a sterile dressing. 
• Do not try to wash the wounds of more size and abundant blood, as it may increase bleeding. Contact an appropriate health center.

Other Precautions:
• Keep hands away from your face, and have spare clothes in case of leakage, do not smoke, do not apply lip moisturizer or eating food while working in a contaminated areas

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