Each facility administrator shall develop and implement a training plan for the orientation of new employees and volunteers and provide for continuing in-service training programs for all employees and volunteers. The training plans must be documented and describe curriculum, methods of instruction, and objectives. In-service training plans should be prepared annually, and orientation training plans must be reviewed and revised to changing conditions.
[Repealed, 39 SR 1203]
Each facility shall develop a training program which provides instruction in the following areas:
procedures for responding to health-threatening situations;
recognition of signs and symptoms, and knowledge of action required in potential emergency situations;
methods of obtaining assistance;
recognition of signs and symptoms of mental illness, suicide risk, emotional disturbance, and chemical withdrawal;
procedures for patient transfers to appropriate medical facilities or health care providers; and
prevention of communicable diseases.
MS s 241.021
17 SR 711; L 2013 c 59 art 3 s 21; 39 SR 1203
March 2, 2015