Monitoring, Evaluation and Assessment of the Use of Personal Protective Equipment
Personal protective equipment (PPE) is a set of safety tools that are used by workers to protect themselves against the potential hazards of the work environment and accidents from occupational diseases. In practice, the use of PPE has not been optimized yet, and there are still many findings that the use of PPE is not yet appropriate, including in hospitals. One of the tasks of the Infection Prevention Control (IPC) team is to monitor, evaluate and assess the use of PPE. This study used a descriptive research design and was conducted in a hospital in Malang. There was a sample size of 50 respondents consisting of IPC nurses, IPC link nurses, and the person in charge of the shifts. Data were collected using a monitoring questionnaire, and an evaluation questionnaire using the context, input, process and product model proposed by Daniel Stuffebeams. 48% of the respondents stated that monitoring of use of PPE by the IPC team (IPC nurses, IPC link nurses, the person in charge of the shift) was insufficient. The activity of evaluating the use of PPE was considered poor (54%). Observation of the use of PPE was fairly good (35%). The monitoring, evaluation and assessment of the use of PPE carried out by the IPC team at the hospital was not optimal. However, the observations by the researchers showed that nurses’ obedience in using PPE was good.
Keywords: infection prevention control, infection, personal protective equipment, monitoring, evaluation
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