Glove Removal and Disposal Training Video
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Now when we properly remove our gloves, we need to remember it's a glove on glove,
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skin on skin, rule so as to not contaminate ourselves with these bloody gloves.
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Make sure that when you grab the first glove, you're grabbing only the exterior,
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slowly untucking that hand,
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being careful not to contaminate the clean hand.
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Now once that first glove is wadded up in the dirty glove,
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we go skin on skin,
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being careful not to snap or pop the glove, so as to not spray things around,
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and nebulize the blood.
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And as you'll notice, the dirty is on the inside, clean is on the outside.
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Now is when we can actually get our biohaz bag, or waste bag or container, and drop it in.
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And then we move on to proper cleaning of our skin.
Glove Removal and Disposal Training Summary:
The glove on glove, skin on skin rule prevents contamination. Grab onto one glove's exterior, take your hand out of that glove, wad up the first glove into a ball in your fist in the other dirty glove, going skin on skin turn the other glove inside out. This exposes the clean side of the second glove and leaves the first dirty glove waded up inside the second. Then get a bio-hazard bag and dispose of the gloves.