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Bureau of Epidemiology – Utah Department of Health

Details: Bureau of Epidemiology. The mission of the Bureau of Epidemiology is to prevent sickness and death from infectious diseases and environmental hazards through data analysis, education, surveillance, investigation, and health policy change.

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Healthcare Providers

Details: Healthcare providers play a critical role in protecting the public’s health in Utah. Timely diagnosis, reporting, and treatment of infectious diseases is an important function of healthcare providers in helping reduce the impact and limit the spread of disease in our communities.

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Public Health Departments – Bureau of Epidemiology

Details: Local health department personnel throughout the state play a critical role in case investigation and data collection, which allow for accurate and timely reporting of communicable disease data and reducing the potential for spread of disease.

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Environmental Health – Bureau of Epidemiology

Details: Environmental Health program is responsible for monitoring residential, institutional and recreational environments for environmental health hazards, developing policy, providing training and technical assistance, establishing statewide priorities, assuring the quality of environmental health services and assisting state and local agencies in identifying and addressing environmental health issues.

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Food Handler Training

Details: The local health department will not issue a food handler permit without receiving documentation of this certificate. For questions regarding food handler training, contact either an approved food handler training provider or the local health department within whose jurisdiction you live. For permit questions, contact your local health department.

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Utah – National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (UT

Details: The UT-NEDSS (EpiTrax) project is a Utah public health initiative to develop an open source software epidemiologic and disease surveillance system modeled after the National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (NEDSS) vision. The system in place for Utah is called EpiTrax. EpiTrax is open source software and is designed to support Utah state

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Influenza Reports – Bureau of Epidemiology

Details: Influenza Reports This report contains information on seasonal influenza activity in Utah. The reports include information seasonal influenza activity such as influenza-associated hospitalizations, influenza-like-illnesses (ILI) and student absenteeisms. Week 11/07/2021 - 11/13/2021

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S List – Bureau of Epidemiology

Details: Utah Department of Health Bureau of Epidemiology 801-538-6191 Fax: 801-538-9913 Email: [email protected] 288 North 1460 West PO Box 142104 Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-2104

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Disease Reporting – Bureau of Epidemiology

Details: The Utah Department of Health’s (UDOH) disease reporting fax line is an email fax and all documents are accessible only to certain staff to ensure patient confidentiality. If you do not have the ability to send an email securely, UDOH hosts an application, Public Health (PH) Access, with that capability.

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Annual Communicable Disease Reports

Details: Health Departments. Disease Plans and Report Forms. Public Health Departments. Annual Communicable Disease Reports. This report is an annual summary of selected notifiable diseases including a listing of infectious diseases in Utah. Most data are displayed in table form. For information prior to 2000, contact the Bureau of Epidemiology at 801

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UTAH REPORTABLE DISEASES

Details: implicated in an outbreak when instructed by authorized local or state health department staff. Diseases may be reported to your local health department or the Utah Department of Health (UDOH) by fax (801-538-9923), email ([email protected]) or telephone (1-888-EPI-UTAH). Email reports should be sent encrypted, through a secure email system.

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Ebola – Bureau of Epidemiology

Details: Ebola virus is the cause of a viral hemorrhagic fever disease. Symptoms include: fever, headache, joint and muscle aches, weakness, diarrhea, vomiting, stomach pain, lack of appetite, and abnormal bleeding. Symptoms may appear anywhere from 2 to 21 days after exposure to …

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Refugee Health – Bureau of Epidemiology

Details: Refugee Health The Federal Refugee Act of 1980 created a uniform system of services for refugees resettled in the United States. As such, each newly arriving refugee is entitled to a comprehensive health screening within the first 30 days after arriving in the United

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Food Safety Manager Certification

Details: Food Safety Manager Certification. Food Safety Manager Certification Rebecca Ward 2021-08-04T00:15:51+00:00.

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Healthcare-Associated Infections – Bureau of Epidemiology

Details: Healthcare-associated infections are infections that patients acquire during the course of receiving healthcare treatment for other conditions in a healthcare setting, and these infections can be devastating and deadly. Healthcare settings may include hospitals, clinics, long-term care facilities, dialysis centers and/or rehabilitation facilities.

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Public Health Access

Details: Public Health Access Updated March 2021 Public Health Access (PH Access) is a secured website that contains documents, applications, Wiki’s, and a secured email server.

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Rules & Regulations

Details: Utah Department of Health Bureau of Epidemiology 801-538-6191 Fax: 801-538-9913 Email: [email protected] 288 North 1460 West PO Box 142104 Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-2104

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R392. Health, Disease Control and Prevention

Details: public health. (22) "Vermin" means rats, mice, cockroaches, bedbugs, flies, or any other pest or vector as determined by the local health officer to be harmful to the life, health, or welfare of the public. (23) "Virucidal disinfectant" as defined in this rule means: (a) a chlorine bleach and water solution with a

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R392. Health, Disease Control and Prevention

Details: provides for the prevention and control of health hazards associated with a cosmetology facility that are likely to affect public health including risk factors contributing to injury, sickness, death, and disability. R392-702-2. Applicability.

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R392. Health, Disease Control and Prevention

Details: R392. Health, Disease Control and Prevention, Environmental Services. R392-103. Food Handler Training and Certificate. R392-103-1. Purpose. (1) This rule requires adherence to uniform statewide standards for training and testing food handlers, issuing food handler certificates and permits,

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R392. Health, Disease Control and Prevention

Details: Department of Health, or designated representative. (3) "Governing Body" means the board of education, owner, person or persons designated by the owner with ultimate authority and responsibility, both moral and legal, for the management, control, conduct and functioning of the school.

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R392. Health, Disease Control and Prevention

Details: R392. Health, Disease Control and Prevention, Environmental Services. R392-100. Food Service Sanitation. R392-100-1. Authority and Purpose. (1) This rule is authorized by Sections 26-1-5, 26-1-30, and 26-15-2. (2) This rule establishes definitions; sets standards for management and personnel, food operations, and equipment and

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R392. Health, Disease Control and Prevention

Details: (13) "Local health department" has the same meaning as defined in Section 26A-1-102. (14) "Local health officer" means the director of the jurisdictional local health department or a designated representative. (15) "Operator" means a person who owns, manages, or controls, or who has the duty to manage or control, the farm.

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R392. Health, Disease Control and Prevention

Details: Health, Disease Control and Prevention, Environmental Services. R392-101. Food Safety Manager Certification. R392-101-1. Authority and Purpose of Rule. This rule is authorized by Section 26-15a-103 for the purposes of establishing statewide uniform standards for certified food safety managers and

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R392. Health, Disease Control and Prevention

Details: local health department, but at a minimum, the local health department contact information to enable the patron to obtain additional information regarding skin cancer. (8) The operator shall retain the signed patron notices at the tanning facility and make them readily available for inspection by the Department and local health department.

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Streptococcus Pneumoniae – Bureau of Epidemiology

Details: Streptococcus pneumoniae is a rare bacteria that can cause pneumonia, meningitis or a blood stream infection. The disease is spread from person-to-person by direct contact with respiratory secretions, like saliva or mucus. Symptoms generally include an onset of fever and shaking or chills.

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Respiratory Syncytial Virus – Bureau of Epidemiology

Details: Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is a common virus that causes mild, cold-like symptoms. It is spread through coughing and sneezing and touching contaminated surfaces. Most children get RSV by the time they are two years old. In most cases, RSV is mild and children recover. Antibiotics are not used to treat RSV because it is a virus, not a

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R392. Health, Disease Control and Prevention

Details: public health. (17) "Vermin" means rats, mice, cockroaches, bedbugs, flies, or any other pest or vector as determined by the local health officer to be harmful to the life, health, or welfare of the public. (18) "Wastewater" means discharges from all plumbing facilities …

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R392. Health, Disease Control and Prevention

Details: zoning, electrical, health, fire codes and all local ordinances. R392-110-5. Food Safety Standards. (1) When conducting an inspection, a local health officer shall verify that the provider is maintaining a residential care facility according to the following standards: (a) Potable water supply systems for …

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R392. Health, Disease Control and Prevention

Details: zoning, electrical, health, fire codes and all local ordinances. (5) The operator shall provide the local health officer with contact information for a park representative who can be available to communicate with the local health officer during all days and times that the RV park is occupied in the event of an imminent health hazard or emergency.

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R392. Health, Disease Control and Prevention

Details: health officer as necessary to protect public health. R392-400-7. Inspections. (1) The health officer may conduct inspections before, during, and after a gathering to ensure compliance with R392-400 and approved plans. (2) The operator shall provide the health officer with access to all areas of the gathering that the health officer deem

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R386. Health, Disease Control and Prevention, Epidemiology

Details: (12) "Health care facilities" means the same as that term is defined in Section 78B-3-403. (13) "Mental health facilities" means the same as that term is defined in Section 62A-15-602. (14) "Local health department" means the same as that term is defined in Section R386-80 …

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R392. Health, Disease Control and Prevention

Details: R392. Health, Disease Control and Prevention, Environmental Services. R392-102. Food Truck Sanitation. R392-102-1. Authority and Purpose. (1) This rule is authorized under Sections 26-1-5, 26-1-

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Trainer Led Training (Alphabetical

Details: by local health departments toward obtaining the required food handler permit. As new food handler training providers are approved under R392-103, this list …

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R392. Health, Disease Control and Prevention

Details: condition, or material that is a nuisance or imminent health hazard. (c) When a local health officer has identified a vacant public place as posing an imminent health hazard, the operator shall remediate the health hazard within a period indicated by the local health officer. (4) The operator may be required to abate a pest infestation.

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Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Details: Co r o n avi r u s Di sease 2019: Utah Public Health DiseaseInvestigation Plan WHY IS CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 2019 IMPORTANT TO PUBLIC HEALTH? In December 2019, a novel coronavirus (COVID-19) wasidentified in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China. In January 2020, the first U.S. case of novelcoronavirus was identified in Washington state.

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HAI Governance Committee – Bureau of Epidemiology

Details: Utah Healthcare Infection Prevention Governance Committee (UHIP-GC) The Utah Healthcare Infection Prevention Governance Committee (UHIP-GC) is a multi-disciplinary panel of state leaders in patient safety, infectious diseases, and infection control. UHIP-GC meets quarterly. Membership is comprised of a broad base of care delivery groups

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Babesiosis Disease Plan

Details: Babesiosis: Utah Public Health Disease Investigation Plan Page 4 of 18 02/25/2020 WHY IS BABESIOSIS IMPORTANT TO PUBLIC HEALTH? Babesiosis is a tickborne malaria-like illness; it is fairly new to the National and Utah Notifiable

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Meningitis Viral (Aseptic Meningitis)

Details: PUBLIC HEALTH CONTROL MEASURES Public Health Responsibility Investigate all suspect cases of disease and fill out and submit appropriate disease investigation forms. Provide education to the general public, clinicians, and first responders regarding disease transmission and …

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R392. Health, Disease Control and Prevention

Details: (a) The local health officer may require construction changes if it is determined the labor community or portion thereof is dangerous, unsafe, unsanitary, a nuisance or menace to life, health, or property. (2) Severability - If any provision of this code, or its application to any person or circumstance is …

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Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli

Details: Health Laboratory (UPHL) for confirmation, subtyping and whole genome sequencing (WGS). Culture Stool culture is the preferred method for STEC diagnosis. Some laboratories culture for O157, but not for other strains of STEC. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Utah Public Health

Details: BabyBIG( can be obtained from the California Department of Health Services Infant Botulism Treatment and Prevention . Program: 24/7 telephone (510) 231-7600. If case is determined to be non-intestinal, complete follow-up actions on Foodborne, Wound or Intestinal Botulism . …

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