Emergency Preparedness for Dialysis Facilities




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Emergency Preparedness for Dialysis Facilities


A Guide for Chronic Dialysis Facilities

Second edition


Table of Contents

Contents


Introduction 2

This manual is intended to be used as a guide. By no means is the instruction within comprehensive. Use good judgment in catering a disaster preparedness program for your facility. Your specific needs may go beyond the scope of this information. This manual should be supplemented with professional guidance from qualified risk managers, engineers, and technicians. 2

The Kidney Community Emergency Response Coalition (KCER) 2

Conditions for Coverage 2

All disasters are local 3

Mitigation, Preparedness, Response, Recovery 5

Hazards 5

Defining Disasters 7

Program Goals 7

Program Objectives 7

Assumptions 8

Disaster Preparedness Regulations 10

Conditions for Coverage Checklist 13

Planning for an Emergency 14

Mitigation 16

Potential Hazards 17

Hazard Vulnerability Analysis 19

Tips 19

Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment 21

Hazard Identification and Associated Risk 23

Building Information 24

Insurance Review 26

Preparedness 28

Emergency Preparedness Assessment 30

Dialysis Facility Emergency Preparedness Assessment Form 31

Patient Emergency Preparedness Plan 36

Section 1: General Plan For all Patients 36

Section 2: Special Needs Considerations 37

Lavender Patient Identification Cards 38

Dialysis Patient Survival Instructions (Disaster + 72 hours) 39

Emergency Diet 40

Diet Guidelines 40

Suggested Emergency Food Lists 42

Storage of Foods 44

Patient Pandemic Planning Checklist 46

Infection Control for Peritoneal Dialysis (PD) Patients 50

Special Needs of Pediatric Patients 54

Preparing the Pediatric Dialysis Patient 54

The Patient 55

Growth and Development 55

The Family 56

Access Issues 56

Special Patient Vascular Access Considerations 57

Additional Resources for Children and Disasters 57

Staff Emergency Preparedness Plan 58

Family Emergency Preparedness Plan 59

Personal/Family Emergency Contact Information 62

Facility Emergency Phone Numbers 63

Emergency Preparedness Kits 64

Recommended Items to Include in a Basic Emergency Supply Kit: 64

Additional Items to Consider Adding to an Emergency Supply Kit: 65

Supplies for Emergency Preparedness Kits: 66

Basic First Aid Kit 66

Comprehensive First Aid Kit 68

Supply Checklist for Dialysis Treatment 70

Evacuation Guidelines 71


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Emergency Evacuation Kit for Dialysis Facilities 72

Drinking Water Disinfection and Storage 74

What is a "boil water advisory?" 74

What should I do when under a BWA? 74

Can we dialyze patients during a BWA? 76

Recommendations for Developing a Dialysis Facility Pandemic Planning Checklist 77

Staff Training and Education 80

Effective Communication Planning Before an Event 82

Develop a Communication Plan 82

Communication Tips 83

Sample Public Service Announcement (PSA) 85

Contact Local Emergency Management 86

County Emergency Management Support Form 89

County Emergency Management Support Form 91

Emergency Generators 93

Record Management—“The Emergency Box” 94

Exercises, Drills and Evaluations 96

Types of Exercises 97

Needs Assessment 99

Exercise Scope 99

Purpose and Objectives 100

Scenario 100

Sample Mock Disaster Drill Guide 101

Step-By-Step Plan 102

Post-Exercise Documentation and Quality Improvement 103

Drill Critique Form 105

Drill Attendance Roster 107

Suggested Clamp and Cut or Clamp and Cap Procedures 108

Hand Crank 108

Facility Questionnaire Example 109

Patient Questionnaire Example 111

Disaster Drill Evaluation and Action Form 112

Area for Improvement 112

Facility Action 112

Emergency/ Disaster Review Quality Improvement Plan (QIP) 113

Mutual Aid and Affiliation Agreements 115

Suggested Guidelines for an Affiliation Agreement 115

Response 118

Response Operations 119

Individuals and families and Response Operations 122

Emergency Succession for Decisions 123

Damage Assessment 124

Damage Assessment Key Responsibilities 125

Potential Facility Issues After a Disaster 125

Potential Staff Issues After a Disaster 126

Potential Administrative Issues After a Disaster 127

Recommendations for Management During Utility Loss 127

Emergency Response Checklist 128

Patient Transportation 133

Communicating After a Disaster 134

Technical Considerations when Bringing Hemodialysis Facilities’ Water Systems Back on Line after Hurricane Katrina 136

Water Treatment System 136

Dialysis Machines 137

Note 137

Safe Use of Tanker Water 137

For the Water Hauler/Supplier 138

At the Dialysis Facility 139

Note 140

Maintaining a Water Supply 141

Water: Post Disaster Assessment 144

How to Calculate Water Requirements 146

Emergency Equipment/Supply Record 147

Temporary Disaster Staff Record 148

Emergency Dialysis Patient Record 149

Volunteer Activities 150

Volunteer Management Log 151

Recovery 152

Recovery Operations 152

Mental Health Resources 155

Post-Traumatic Stress 155

How do I deal with my feelings? 156

How You Can Help Yourself and Others 158

Reference Web Sites 159

Hazard Specific Annexes 160

Chemicals and Hazardous Materials 160

Hazardous Household Items 161

Chemicals and Hazardous Materials: Before an Emergency 163

What to do During a Hazardous Materials Incident 164

Chemical Emergency Procedures 166

What to do After a Hazardous Materials Incident 166

Earthquakes 167

During an Earthquake 169

What to Do After an Earthquake 171

Fires and Wildfires 172

What to do Before a Fire 173

What to do During a Fire 175

What to do After a Fire 175

Wildfire 176

Find Out What Your Fire Risk Is 176

Protect Your Building 178

Before the Fire Approaches 179

What to do After a Wildfire 179

Floods 180

Before a Flood 181

During a Flood 181

Driving Flood Facts 182

After a Flood 182

Hurricanes 182

Hurricane Winds 182

Inland Flooding Safety Actions 184

Inland Flooding From Hurricanes 185

Facts About Inland Flooding From Hurricanes 185

Storm Surge 185

Tornadoes 186

Before a hurricane 186

Evacuation Plans 187

Evacuation: More Common than You Realize 187

Evacuation Guidelines 187

During a Hurricane 188

Nuclear Power Plant Emergency 189

Know Your Nuclear Power Plant Emergency Terms 190

Before a Nuclear Power Plant Emergency 190

During a Nuclear Power Plant Emergency 191

Terrorism 191

General Safety Guidelines: 192

Explosions 193

Bomb Threat 193

During an Explosion 193

Bomb Threat Checklist 195

Suspicious Packages and Letters 197

Biological Threats 198

Before a Biological Attack 198

During a Biological Attack 199

After a Biological Attack 200

Chemical Threats 200

Before a Chemical Attack 200

During a Chemical Attack 201

After a Chemical Attack 201

Decontamination guidelines are as follows: 201

Nuclear Blast 202

Protection from a Nuclear Blast 204

Before a Nuclear Blast 204

During a Nuclear Blast 205

Radiological Dispersion Device 206

Before a Radiological Dispersion Device Event 207

During a Radiological Dispersion Device Event 207

After a Radiological Dispersion Device (RDD) Event 208

Tornado 209

What to do Before a Tornado 210

What to Do During a Tornado 210

Tsunami 211

What to do Before and During a Tsunami 212

What to Do After a Tsunami 212

Volcano 212

What to do Before a Volcanic Eruption 213

If a Volcano Erupts Where You Live 213

Protection from Falling Ash 214

Winter Storms and Extreme Cold 214

Before Winter Storms and Extreme Cold 216

During a Winter Storm 217





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