Aerosol Transmissible Disease Program
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Aerosol transmissible diseases (ATDs) are infectious diseases, such as influenza, tuberculosis and measles that are transmitted either by infectious particles (or droplets through inhalation) or direct contact with mucous membranes in the respiratory tract or eyes. ATDs that spread midair are called Airborne Infectious Diseases (AirID).
This written exposure control plan (ECP) has been developed to minimize or eliminate employee exposure and transmission of infection from ATDs.
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