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Lafayette Consolidated Government, Wellness and Safety
Program name: Lafayette Consolidated Government, Wellness and Safety 
Population served: Employees of the following departments: Police, Fire, Wastewater Collection and Treatment, Juvenile Detention Home, Public Works/Drainage
Eligibility: Full-time employees in the above departments
Region served: Lafayette Parish employees
Funding: Budget monies
Program started: January 1999
Number of clients: 2,200
Contact: Kim Wittenberg, RN
City-Parish Nurse
Lafayette Consolidated Government
705 W. University Avenue
P.O. Box 4017-C
Lafayette, LA 70502
Phone: (337) 291-8291
Fax: (337) 291-8099
Email: kwittenberg@lafayettegov.com
Website: None

All full time employees in the Police, Fire, Juvenile Detention Home, Drainage, and Wastewater departments are offered the hepatitis A and B vaccines at no cost to the employee. They are informed of the availability of these vaccines in new employee orientation and in safety meetings. I speak to all departments at safety meetings about the risk of hepatitis exposure, how to keep from getting exposed, when and where to be tested.

I have also written a bloodborne pathogen exposure plan for our organization. This has allowed us to get information for a know source that has exposed an employee and gives employees directions on what to do if they are exposed to blood or body fluids to make evaluation and treatment more effective and efficient.

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