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Infection Control Management

Did you know that OSHA is actually enforcing the CDC recommendations by conducting random inspections?

Avoid OSHA Citations
Comply With CDC Recommendations
Meet NFPA 1581 Guidelines


Subscribe To ICM’s Infection Control Program

Important Questions To Determine Compliance

  • Does your company have an updated Exposure Control Plan?
  • Do you conduct “new hire” and annual training of your employees as required by OSHA?
  • Do you have a HIPAA compliant, electronic health record system for your employees?
  • Does your company track your employees’ immunizations and vaccinations electronically as recommended by the CDC?
  • Do you know what to do if one of your employees is exposed to a contagious disease?

If you answered “NO” to any of the above questions, you need Infection Control Management (ICM). ICM’s staff of experienced infection control specialists has developed an affordable system to help your company navigate the complexities of infection control management in today’s complicated world of infectious diseases.

Introducing ICM’s Innovative Immunization Tracking System

Paper medical files getting you down?
Are your employees’ files kept confidential?
If your employees are exposed to a contagious disease, can you retrieve their health files on a moment’s notice?

ICM Has The Answer

ICM’s electronic immunization/vaccination tracking system does the work for you. ICM works with your staff to collect all past immunization records and download them into an electronic health file developed for each employee and stored electronically on a HIPAA compliant, encrypted server. ICM will track on immunizations, notifying your designated representative when additional immunizations shots are needed in advance of expiration!

Imagine having one aggregate report for your entire department listed by employee. Imagine being able to offer each employee his/her current immunization record “real time.” This is all possible with ICM’s Immunization Tracking System at a cost that is less than performing this task in-house!

ICM Services:

  • Customized Exposure Control Plans
  • Electronic Immunization/Vaccination Tracking/Compliance System including “real time” updated immunization records for each of your employees!
  • Bi-monthly Infection Control Newsletter “The Source”
  • New Hire and Annual Training Programs via Webinars
  • Subscription Consultation Service
  • Case Management of Exposure to Communicable Diseases

ICM’S Guarantee

ICM guarantees that we can provide these services at a much lower cost than your company can manage in-house while simultaneously maintaining absolute confidentiality on behalf of your employees!

To lean more contact Paul Granstrom  at (775) 846-3413 or email him at


ARC’s infection control management program is conducted in collaboration with Katherine West and James Cross…leaders in the field of infection control.

Katherine H. West, BSN, MSEd, CIC

Katherine has been involved with Infection Control since 1975. She pioneered infection control in EMS in 1978 and is currently a recognized expert on Infectious Disease Management, OSHA compliance and inspections, and disease control issues.

Katherine publishes books, journals, newsletters, manuals, video tapes and slides for various disciplines on infection control issues and regularly lectures nationally to various disciplines on infection control and OSHA issues. She is the author of:

  • Infection Control Handbook for Emergency Care Personnel (now into its 3rd Edition)
  • Infection Control in The Private Practice Setting: Policies and Procedures
  • Infection Control in the Dental Setting

Ms. West has presented at national meetings to include EMS Today, EMS Expo, and the American Dental Association. She is on the faculty at The George Washington University, School of Medicine and Health Sciences and has served as adjunct faculty member for the National Fire Academy. She has served as a consultant to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health (NIOSH). She is frequently called upon to testify as an expert witness in related legal matters and is on contract to U.S. Public Health, Federal Occupational Health.

James Cross, JD

Jim has been involved in infection control issues since 1990. He practices in the field of discrimination and employment law. He taught EMS and the Law at George Washington University in Washington, DC, and has written and published several articles in the field of infection control and EMS.