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Top-quality, cost-effective health and safety training and awareness materials provide highly-specialized workplace solutions. The Bottom Line on Health & Safety Training If you deal with lost-time incident prevention, incident response or injury and absence management, MosquitoZone’s results-driven health and safety training materials will help you accomplish your training objectives – right away.

Targeted for Workforces in Tropical Environments All of the materials listed in this catalogue have been developed especially for use in tropical environments where vector-borne disease and other tropical health issues are common. Each topic has been identified as essential for health and safety training based on the results of our clients’ Hazard Analyses. These hazards cannot be completely eliminated but can be greatly diminished with administrative controls such as effective training.

Prepared by an Expert Development Team All materials are prepared by credentialed subject matter experts; experienced communications professionals who understand interactive teaching and training methodology; and media artists who create entertaining and engaging learning experiences.

Affordable One Stop Shopping Select your topics, fill out the attached order form and e-mail or fax your order 24/7/365. Payment by credit card or bank draft is accepted. Your materials will be delivered directly to your site from our central facility. Many items are kept in stock and can be shipped quickly. If you prefer to order in bulk, we can store and manage your inventory at our facility. You can even choose to set your own reorder levels. All materials are priced according to the quantity ordered – the higher the volume, the lower the unit price. We also offer a digital desktop printing license. This license gives your organization access to digital copies of our materials for unlimited desktop printing.

How to contact us: Please explore our topics and materials in more detail on the following pages. You may contact us directly to learn more about our pricing and delivery options at: mztraining@mosquitozone.com or call us at 1.832.356.1602

Cover photo: Black salt marsh mosquito (Aedes taeniorhynchus) by Dennis Kunkel, PhD Copyright © 2013 Dennis Kunkel Microscopy

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Health & Safety Training Materials Health & Safety Training Modules by Topic

Special Use Items by Format

Each module is sold as a kit and includes a poster, handout, digital slide presentation with trainer’s guide, video and Toolbox Safety Meeting Notes. All materials are appropriate for use as induction, in-country and refresher training.

Educational materials in a variety of formats suitable for special events such as World Malaria Day, pre/post-travel COVER UP RIGHT! and general health & safety message reinforcement. DON’T LET THEM BITE!

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Kit Components

Each module is provided as a kit complete with all the training tools needed to conduct effective health & safety meetings. Posters: Large colourful images with memorable headlines help keep safety messages at the forefront. Available in A3 and A2 sizes.

Handouts: Useful information and detailed images that teach avoidance, prevention, protection and treatment guidelines. Full-colour, two-sided, A4 size.

Toolbox Safety Meeting Notes: Convenient scripted meeting notes cover 20 important facts about each topic. A4 size, tablet

Videos: Short 5-10 minute movies bring every topic to life. Plug and play ease. Perfect for follow-up with Q&A sessions. DVD format.

Digital Slide Presentation: Simple and interactive. Perfectly suited for safety meetings and Q&A sessions. Comes complete with Trainer’s Guide that details talking points slide-by-slide. PowerPoint and pdf format.

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Trainer’s Guide: Step-by-step instructions guide the presenter through a successful session. A4 size.

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Health & Safety Training Modules by Topic

Hazards in the Wild

Snakes, crocodiles, mites and dangerous plants are four outdoor hazards that endanger workers in tropical environments. Teach workers how to avoid first, then safely handle an encounter. Hazards Poster Item #: PO-001

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 Calm the victim. Anxiety will hasten the spread of the venom.  Remove rings, bracelets or other constrictive objects before swelling occurs.

 Splint the limb and keep it below heart level.  Record: Time of the bite and the victim’s symptoms as they progress.  Quickly transport the victim to Port Moresby General Hospital if you live at the LNG Plant Site, or to the nearest hospital otherwise. Do not delay and call ahead if you can.  Be aware of the victim’s vital signs and symptoms.  DO NOT allow the victim to move around or exert themselves.  DO NOT apply a tourniquet.  DO NOT apply cold compresses, ice or immerse in water.  DO NOT clean or wash the wound (so the venom can be identified by swabbing the wound).  DO NOT cut into the bite wound or any part of the victim’s body.

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CONTACT METHOD: Be extremely cautious near all bodies of water and waterways. Estuarine crocodiles can be

The estuarine – also known as the saltwater crocodile or “Saltie” – is the largest of all living crocodiles, with males averaging 4 to 5.5 metres in length. This croc’s broad body and snout contrasts with most other lean crocodiles. Estuarines eat large fish, crabs and water-birds while also preying on large animals like wild pigs, wallabies, deer, dogs, and even humans if given the chance.

found in coastal river deltas and waterways, wetlands, tidal creeks, rivers and even the open sea. They also inhabit freshwater environments and may live in rivers, creeks, swamps and marshes, hundreds of kilometres away from the ocean. If you are near water in lowland PNG, you and a crocodile might cross paths. After mating, females build their nests on riverbanks and high ground near swamps and marshes, and will ferociously guard their nests containing 40 to 70 eggs.

The New Guinea crocodile is a smaller species that grows up to 3.5 metres long, but can be just as deadly as the estuarine crocodile. The body is gray-brown in color, with dark brown to black markings on the tail. The snout is pointed and relatively narrow.

New Guinea crocodiles are most likely to be found in small river branches away from open river channels as well as swamps and marshlands. Females build nests above the high-water lines of riverbanks or on floating vegetation in swamps and marshes. Both species have been found in the upper reaches of the Kikori, Omati, Turama, Gauvi and Wawoi rivers.

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5. Arm injuries are handled similarly, bandaging up from fingers and tying the splint along the forearm.

Dangerous Plants: Even if They Look Harmless, Do Not Touch!

Because little is known about the venoms of most poisonous snakes in PNG, everyone is advised toTrombiculid STAY AWAY FROM ALL SNAKES! And do not try to kill or capture them. mites feeding on human skin

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You do not have to eat a plant to be poisoned by one. The leaves, flowers,

stems, sap, oil, All information in this handout has been provided by David Williams, a clinical toxinologist and herpetologist who seeds, fruit and nuts of certain plants can harm you in a variety specializes in snakebite, venomous snake systematics and venom research in Papua New Guinea. of painful ways. They can:

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The world’s largest crocodile, the estuarine crocodile, and its smaller cousin, the New Guinea crocodile, live and hunt in the waterways of Papua New Guinea. As an ambush predator, these crocodiles often wait just below the surface at water’s edge before striking with lightning speed. Estuarine crocs have been known to actively hunt humans.

4. You MUST apply a splint, using a stick or suitably rigid item, using another bandage or substitute such as clothing strips. Make a stretcher and carry the bitten person to a health center as quickly as possible. Keep the bitten limb as still as possible.

Five land-loving snakes live east of the Fly River and can be found in the PNG LNG project work areas – the Papuan taipan, the Papuan blacksnake, the New Guinea brown snake, the death adder and the small-eyed snake. Sea snakes can also be dangerous. Any aquatic snake with a flattened, oar-like tail is venomous.

Tiny Mites with Big Bites

3. Bandage very firmly but not so tight as to to prevent circulation. Leave toes exposed. Do not remove clothing – bandage over it.

Cut: Prickles, thorns, hairs, spines and sharp edges can cut, pierce, slice and scratch your skin.

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Irritate: Release chemical poisons that cause irritating reactions such as blisters, swelling, burning, itchy rashes and even blindness if you rub your eyes after touching the plant.

Tiny, almost microscopic arachnids — known as red mites, chiggers or mockers — can attach themselves to your skin and produce red welts and intense itching, sometimes leading to serious skin infections and other health problems. The best defense against these little buggers is permethrin-treated clothing, including socks, in combination with skin repellent containing DEET or Picaridin. What are mites? Almost everyone has had a bad experience with one type of mite or another and remembers the intensely itchy skin irritation that is impossible to ignore. Known by various names – mockers, chiggers, harvest mites and red bugs – mites are tiny spider-like creatures that usually cannot be seen with the naked eye. One of more than 45,000 species of mites, the trombiculid mite feeds on liquified mammal skin cells. These mites can carry a bacteria called Orientia tsutsugamushi, which causes a very rare, dangerous disease called scrub typhus.

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Of the more than 100 species of snakes that live on the island of New Guinea or in nearby waters (both sea and freshwater) many of them are not dangerous to humans. But at least half are known to be venomous and seven of the land-dwelling snakes can be fatal to man. MITES – PAPUA NEW GUINEA LNG PROJECT 2009

Estuarine Crocodile

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1. Lie the person down and keep the bitten area/limb still. 2. Apply a firm elastic bandage (not crepe or cloth) from toes upward to the groin.

Snake bite incidence and mortality rates in Papua New Guinea (PNG) may be the highest reported anywhere in the world. Every year, about 1,400 people are bitten by snakes – approximately four every day.

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Blister: Release chemical poisons (phytophototoxins) that react with sunlight to create painful blisters and extreme sensitivity to temperature changes and contact with water.

CONTACT METHOD Where do you find trombiculid mites and how do they find you? Trombiculid mites are usually found in the grasslands

of Papua New Guinea, including areas that were previously cultivated and then abandoned. After their eggs hatch into larvae (baby mites), they crawl onto the tips of plants, waving their front legs to find passing animals such as rodents, birds or humans and grab on with their mouthparts. They then find their way to human skin by locating holes in clothing – a seam, a zipper, a button hole, a hole torn in the fabric – or by simply crawling under the clothing. A mite waits for a victim to pass by

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Sting: Sharp hairs penetrate your skin, break instantly and inject a poisonous, liquid causing pain and swelling. If the liquid gets into your bloodstream, it can cause nerve damage and in extreme cases paralyze the heart muscle, leading to death.

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Crocodiles Handout Item #: HO-001b

Mites Handout Item #: HO-001c

Dangerous Plants Handout

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Hazards Slide Presentation Item #: PR-001

Hazards Trainer’s Guide

Toolbox Safety Minutes Tablet Item #: TS-001

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Hazards Kit includes: Highlights: • Overview of specific crocodile, snake, mite and dangerous plant threats present in your area. • All pieces teach avoidance and prevention first, then safe handling of an encounter and finally treatment if needed. • Details of proper PPE.

100 handouts (25 each) 10 posters 1 Digital Slide Presentation 1 DVD video 1 Toolbox Safety Minutes Tablet 1 Trainer’s Guide Each item also available separately

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Personal Hygiene

Good personal hygiene habits are essential to avoid the many viruses, bacteria and other germs that cause infections. Teach workers the importance of hand washing and other hygiene practices that will help protect them from infections such as influenza, diarrhea and HIV/AIDS. Personal Hygiene Kit includes:

Hygiene Poster

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Workplace Hygiene

Are you the one spreading germs?

Invisible enemies are all around in the form of bacteria, viruses and fungi. When these germs invade the body, they cause infections and illness. All it takes is one person with poor personal hygiene to spread germs and make many others sick —perhaps so many that the job site shuts down. Don’t let that person be you. How Germs Spread Through the air: When an infected person sneezes, spits or coughs, the infected droplets of mucous become airborne and can be inhaled by others causing influenza, tuberculosis, pneumonia and other respiratory infections. Through infected skin and body fluids: Skin-to-skin contact can spread not only bacterial, viral and fungal infections but head and body lice infestations too. Exposure to bodily fluids through unprotected sex spreads HIV/Aids and other sexually transmitted diseases. Administering first aid without using the proper PPE might cause exposure to infected blood, mucus, urine, feces, vomit and saliva.

Hygiene Video Item #: V-002

The More You Know, The Safer You Will Be

The tropical climate of PNG is a perfect incubator for viruses, bacteria and other germs. If you do not practice good hygiene, these germs can invade your body and cause serious infections, diseases and illnesses like tuberculosis, influenza, foot rot, diarrhea, tropical sores or HIV/AIDS.

Wash your hands before eating and preparing food and after toileting, coughing or sneezing and being around sick people.

Clean and protect your skin by bathing daily, keeping feet cool and dry and covering scratches and sore.

Do not share personal items like clothing and toiletries.

Keep your living and working quarters clean by spot cleaning and disinfecting, especially toilets.

Do not have unprotected sex, since HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases are rampant in PNG.

If you think you are infected, seek immediate medical treatment. Some infections can spread and kill you within days.

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Germs can invade your body in a number of ways:

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Through food and water: Eating and preparing food and drink for yourself and others with unwashed hands can spread the germs that cause gastrointestinal (stomach) infections and diarrhea. Through contact with contaminated surfaces and objects: Germs, head and body lice often leave an infected person and land on their personal items or items they touch such as toothbrushes, razors, cigarettes, drinks and telephones, tattoo needles, tools, toilets, doorknobs, hairbrushes, towels, bedding and clothing.

Hygiene Trainer’s Guide

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Hygiene Slide Presentation Item #: PR-002

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Toolbox Safety Minutes Tablet Item #: TS-002

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• Overview of how germs invade the body and how they are spread from person to person. • Discussion of major illnesses, the habits that contribute to infections, and how to avoid them. • Recommended hygiene practice do and don’ts. To order: mztraining@mosquitozone.com • fax 1.713.893.6956 • tel 1.832.356.1602


Respiratory Illness

A variety of dangerous respiratory diseases can be spread throughout the workforce via coughs, sneezes and contact with sick people. Teach workers how to avoid germs and how to prevent transmitting germs to others. Respiratory Poster

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Respiratory Kit includes: 100 handouts 10 posters 1 Digital Slide Presentation 1 DVD video 1 Toolbox Safety Minutes Tablet 1 Trainer’s Guide

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Cover your sneeze, please.

Any cough, sneeze or dirty hand could be the one that gives you Stop the spread of respiratory disease. tuberculosis (TB), influenza, cold or pneumonia – unless you take Your co-workers will appreciateaction it. to help stop the spread.

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Respiratory Handout Item #: HO-003

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Cough into your sleeve not your hands. If your hands get dirty from a cough or sneeze, wash them immediately with soap and water for 20 seconds or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.

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Breathe Easier: Stop the Spread of Respiratory Infections

ranging from headache and fever to trouble breathing and even death, respiratory infections are often The More You Know The Safer You Willeasier Be to prevent than to treat.

People Spread Respiratory Infections: You can get a respiratory infection when you come in close contact with an infected person– particularly when that person coughs or sneezes around you. In fact, a single sneeze can release up to 40,000 infected droplets. These droplets can travel up to about 150 kilometres per hour and remain in the air for some time, where other people can inhale them. You can also get infected by touching germ-infected skin or surfaces. Some bacteria and viruses can live on surfaces for up to three days. Respiratory Infections Can Affect Your Livelihood: Because there are so many people working and living closely together at a single PNG project work site, you never know who might have a respiratory infection. In close quarters like these, respiratory infections can not only take you off the job but also spread rapidly around the camp and slow or even shut down projects. Practice common-sense hygiene to stop the spread.

Respiratory Video Item #: V-003

Toolbox Safety Minutes Tablet Item #: TS-003

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Respiratory Trainer’s Guide

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Item #: TG-003

Highlights: • Overview of four major respiratory infections to avoid, their symptoms and treatments. • How respiratory infections are spread from person to person. • How to avoid spreading infections and procedures to follow if you are infected. To order: mztraining@mosquitozone.com • fax 1.713.893.6956 • tel 1.832.356.1602

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Malaria

This multipart series takes your workforce through all the important aspects of understanding and preventing malaria. Each lesson consists of an informative poster and an accompanying video.

1. The World’s Deadliest Animal A general overview of the female Anopheles mosquito, the most prolific killer in the history of the world. Item #: P-005-1, V-005-1

4. The Malaria Infection Cycle The malaria parasite travels between human and mosquito hosts in a deadly cycle that must be interrupted to control disease outbreaks. Item #: P-005-4, V-005-4

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2. How Malaria Kills After the malaria parasite enters your body through an infected mosquito’s bite, the disease proceeds throughout your body in deadly stages.

3. How She Finds and Bites You Learn how a female Anopheles mosquito locates and stalks you with her ­supercharged senses, and then extracts your blood with surgical precision.

Item #: P-005-2, V-005-2

Item #: P-005-3, V-005-3

5. Mosquito Repellents Q&A A review of the two major types of skin repellents and how to use them effectively.

6. Anti-malarial Medications An overview of the major drugs used to prevent and treat malaria.

Item #: P-005-5, V-005-5

Item #: P-005-6, V-005-6

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12-Part Malaria Series Posters Colour posters feature informative graphics and clear, easy-to-understand facts that will stick with the reader. A3 or A2 size, one-sided

12-Part Malaria Series Videos Each accompanying video goes into more depth on the subject using a variety of informative graphics and video segments. 5-10 minutes, DVD

Items available separately.

Items available separately.

7. Mosquito Barriers: Bed Nets & Screens Bed nets and well-maintained screens for windows and doors are important tools in the fight against infected mosquitoes.

8. Emergency Standby Treatment for Malaria A malaria kit contains the lifesaving tools you’ll need if you get malaria but no medical facilities are nearby.

Item #: P-005-7, V-005-7

Item #: P-005-8, V-005-8

10. Indoor Residual Spraying An overview of how mosquito control teams apply insecticide safely in employee quarters to help combat mosquitoes that get inside.

11. Global Malaria Hotspots Where are the most dangerous places in the world for vector-borne diseases such as malaria.

12. Entomologists The intrepid scientists that kill mosquitoes for a living must master a diverse set of skills to be effective.

Item #: P-005-11, V-005-11

Item #: P-005-12, V-005-12

Item #: P-005-10, V-005-10

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9. Permethrin An important insecticide that can be applied to bed nets, clothing and other materials. It will “knock down” insects that get too close. Item #: P-005-9, V-005-9

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Malaria Relapse

Malaria has the insidious ability to hide in the liver for up to three years before making a person sick, often after that person has left the malaria-endemic country. Teach workers to recognize symptoms in the case of malaria relapse. Malaria Relapse Kit includes: 100 handouts 10 posters 1 Digital Slide Presentation 1 DVD video 1 Toolbox Safety Minutes Tablet 1 Trainer’s Guide

Malaria Relapse Poster Item #: PO-006

Each item also available separately Health & Safety Bulletin

Malaria Relapse Handout Item #: HO-006

You can be infected with malaria but not get sick until your first relapse. The P. vivax malaria organism can hide in your liver for up to three years before it makes you sick! During this time you may have no symptoms and may not feel sick. If you get a fever or the symptoms of the flu within three years after you return from a trip to a malarial area, you must see your healthcare professional immediately and tell them that you might have been exposed to malaria.

P N G – M A L A R IA R E L A P SE T R E AT M E NT

Malaria Relapses Are Preventable – With Proper Treatment

There are four types of human-infecting malaria strains*: Plasmodium vivax and Plasmodium ovale are the only two malaria species that cause relapses or recurrent episodes of malaria infection in your blood. P. vivax is the most common of the four types of malaria. It threatens almost 40 percent of the world’s population and accounts for over 50 percent of all malaria cases outside of Africa. An estimated 391 million people are infected and sickened each year with P. vivax. Although not as deadly as P. falciparum, it can definitely make you miserably sick and will probably unexpectedly relapse if you are not properly treated.

What is a relapse and why do they occur? A relapse is the reoccurrence of a malaria infection in your blood cells. Relapses are possible because two types of the malaria parasite – P. vivax and P. ovale – have the ability to hide in your liver for long periods of time before they reactivate, leave your liver cells and infect/re-infect your blood cells.

When will malaria relapse? Relapses can occur days, weeks and months – even up to three years after the primary malaria infection in your blood has been successfully treated and cured. This is one reason why travelers to malariaridden areas are not allowed to donate blood for up to three years after returning. Without proper treatment, you could suffer repeated relapses that typically result in 5-15 days of absence from work for each episode.

Will a relapse make me sick? Relapses will sicken you with fever, headache, body aches, chills and anemia, plus the danger of an enlarged and ruptured spleen. If you develop any of these medical symptoms up to three years after your last trip to a malarial area, you should seek prompt medical attention and be tested for a malaria infection or relapse. * Plasmodium falciparum, Plasmodium vivax, Plasmodium ovale and Plasmodium malariae are the four types of malaria.

Malaria Relapse Slide Presentation Item #: PR-006

Malaria Relapse Trainer’s Guide

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Malaria Relapse Video Item #: V-006

Item #: TG-006

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Highlights:

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• What is malaria and how long can it lay dormant? Toolbox Safety Minutes Tablet Item #: TS-006

• How to recognize the symptoms. • How to prevent a relapse. • How to treat a relapse if you should have one.

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G6PD Deficiency

Certain people are affected by a blood condition called G6PD deficiency, which prevents use of the curative drug primaquine used to treat vivax malaria. Teach workers how to seek medical counsel and be tested for this condition. G6PD Deficiency Kit includes:

For One in Ten People, the Cure for Malaria Relapse Could Be as Bad as the Disease.

100 handouts 10 posters 1 Digital Slide Presentation 1 DVD video 1 Toolbox Safety Minutes Tablet 1 Trainer’s Guide

G6PD Deficiency Poster Item #: PO-007

Each item also available separately

Health & Safety Bulletin

Fava Beans

Moth Balls

Primaquine

Before you take the drug primaquine to prevent vivax malaria relapse, make sure you do not have a blood condition that makes it dangerous to take primaquine. You might have an inherited blood-enzyme condition called G6PD andin the world has an inherited blood-enzyme condition One outDeficiency of every ten people not even know it. One out of ten people have the condition. that can complicate the treatment of vivax malaria. Find out if you’re affected: and Its Triggers Before you take primaquine, have your doctor test your blood The forCondition G6PD Deficiency. Glucose-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) is a as chemical found in your red This way, you can ensure that the cure for malaria relapse isn’t dangerous asblood cells that protects them during infections and helps turn carbohydrates into energy. If the disease.

The More You Know, The Safer You Will Be

G6PD deficiency—also called “Favism”— to severe and falls into one of five classes. Most people with G6PD deficiency don’t have any symptoms until a trigger causes symptoms of anemia. Triggers include: eating and even touching Fava beans; bacterial or viral infections; certain antibiotics; and certain malaria medications.

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there is not enough G6PD to protect your red blood cells, certain triggers can cause the red blood cells to be destroyed and a life-threatening condition called hemolytic anemia to occur.

Avoid These if You are G6PD-Deficient The following medications can cause problems for G6PD-deficient people and should be avoided unless administered under the care of a specially trained medical professional.

P NG – M A L A R IA R E L A P SE T R E AT M E NT – G6 P D DE F ICIE NCY

Preventing Vivax Malaria Relapse: Does your G6PD Condition Complicate Treatment?

G6PD Deficiency Handout Item #: HO-007

• For malaria infections avoid: Primaquine • For bacterial infections avoid: Sulfanilamides (sulfa drugs), Dapsone, Nalidixic acid, Nitrofurantoin, Actenilide • Avoid close contact with moth balls (Naphthaline) and TNT • Avoid eating: Fava beans (broad beans) and certain herbal remedies. Note: This list is not all-inclusive. Check with your healthcare provider for a more complete and up-to-date list.

How it Complicates Malaria Treatment Primaquine is the only malaria medication that kills certain strains of malaria (P. vivax and P. ovale). These strains can hide in your liver cells and can cause multiple malaria relapses within three years. Primaquine is also a trigger for people with G6PD deficiency that can lead to hemolytic anemia and the permanent neurological damage it can cause. Therefore, people with more severe cases of G6PD deficiency shouldn’t take primaquine.

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G6PD Deficiency Trainer’s Guide Item #: TG-007

Malaria G6PD (English #14) © 2010 MosquitoZone Corporation

G6PD Deficiency Video Item #: V-007

G6PD Deficiency Slide Presentation Item #: PR-007

Toolbox Safety Minutes Tablet

Highlights:

Item #: TS-007

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• What is G6PD deficiency and how do you get it? • What triggers a G6PD deficiency reaction and how can this complicate vivax malaria treatment? • Which medicines, foods and infections can trigger G6PD. • What to do when traveling to vivax malaria-endemic areas. To order: mztraining@mosquitozone.com • fax 1.713.893.6956 • tel 1.832.356.1602

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Malaria Chemoprophylaxis

Certain rumours, myths and misconceptions about malaria chemoprophylaxis medications persist and create confusion among business travellers, rotators and expatriates on assignment. The decision to take these medications is clouded by fears of adverse reactions and long-term safety. This module examines the issues and dispels the myths. MC Poster

Malaria Chemoprophylaxis Kit includes:

Item #: PO-013 You Asked the Questions, We Found the Experts, and They Reported:

100 handouts 10 posters 1 Digital Slide Presentation 1 DVD video 1 Toolbox Safety Minutes Tablet 1 Trainer’s Guide

Lariam®, Malarone® and Doxycycline are

“Considered safe for long-term use if the medications are tolerated in the short term.”

Each item also available separately

Item #: HO-013

Health & Safety Bulletin

Malaria Chemoprophylaxis

FAQ

Malaria chemoprophylaxis medications such as Malarone® (atovaquone-proguanil), Lariam® (mefloquine) and doxycycline are recognized worldwide as safe and highly effective, especially when used with mosquito bite prevention strategies. So, why do business travelers, rotators and expatriates still get infected with malaria and die? One explanation might be that they had concerns about long-term safety and elected to not take the medication as prescribed. If this was the case, it is extremely unfortunate that they made such an uninformed and life-threatening decision. No evidence exists that long-term use of Malarone® (atovaquone-proguanil), Lariam® (mefloquine) and doxycycline causes significant adverse reactions if when taken short-term, there are no adverse reactions.

R ESP IRIA MALAR AT CHEMO O RY INFECT P R O PIO HY NS LAX – PAP IS FAQ UA NEW G UINEA LNG P R O JECT 2010

MC Handout

HPA Advisory Committee on Malaria Prevention in UK Travellers Dr. B. Bannister (Infections Services, Royal Hospital, London) Dr. R. Behrens (Travel Clinic, Hospital for Tropical Diseases London) Professor P. Chlodini (Director of the HPA Malaria Reference Laboratory, London) Ms. F. Genasi (Health Protection Scotland) Wing Commander A. Green (Defence Consultant Advisor in Communicable Disease, Ministry of Defence) Professor D. Hill (Director of NaTHNaC, Honorary Professor LSHTM, National Travel Health Network and Centre, London)

Dr. G. Kassianos (General Practioner, Berkshire) Dr. D. Lalloo (Clinical Director, Reader in Clincal Tropical Medicine) Dr. G. Lea (Chief Travel Medicine Advisor Trailfinders Travel Clinic, London) Mr. D. Mehta (Executive Editor, British National Formulatory, London) Professor C. Pasvol (Department of Infection & Tropical Medicine Imperial College London) Dr. M. Powell (Medical & Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), London

Dr. Defane Shingadia (Consultant/Hon Senior Lecturer in Paediatric Infectious Diseases, Great Ormond Street Hospital) Dr. E. Walker (Consultant Physician & Epidemiologist (Travel Medicine) Health Protection Scotland) Professor D. Warrell (Centre for Tropical Medicine, University of Oxford) Professor P. Winstanley (University of Liverpool) Professor C. Whitty (Gates Malaria Partnership, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine)

As reported in: "Guidelines for malaria prevention in travellers from the United Kingdom.” – London, Health Protection Agency, January 2007.

This material is licensed to ExxonMobil Corporation (EMC) and its affiliates (specifically any company or partnership in which EMC owns or controls more than 50% of the ownership interest) for the purpose of training the employees of EMC and its affiliates. Resale and unauthorized sharing with non-employees of EMC and its affiliates is strictly prohibited.

Please take the time to read and understand the following information so that you can make an informed decision about malaria chemoprophylaxis medications.

Q: Why do national guidelines for the use of malaria chemoprophylaxis differ? Which guideline is most accurate? A: Most national health agencies only issue malaria chemoprophylaxis guidelines for short-term

Malaria Chemoprophylaxis

travelers such as tourists. The United States, United Kingdom, Canada and Hong Kong offer specific guidelines for the long-term traveler (greater than six months) and their guidelines are consistent with the fact that no evidence exists that long-term use of malaria chemoprophylaxis medications causes adverse reactions if when taken short-term, there were no adverse reactions. There are two sets of credible guidelines that are published in most countries: “Regulatory” and “Practical.” “Regulatory” agencies use clinical trial data, as submitted by the pharmaceutical company that owns the patent for a particular medication to decide whether to license the use and sale of that medication. “Practical” guidelines take into account the data submitted from the pharmaceutical company’s clinical trials AND data presented in peer-reviewed scientific journals after the medication has been used by the general public. The “Practical” guidelines provide more meaningful and helpful guidance because they relate to specific conditions and situations such as long-term use and they often include observations made after millions of doses have been prescribed. The table below lists some “Practical” guideline reports for your review.

This material is licensed to ExxonMobil Corporation (EMC) and its affiliates (specifically any company or partnership in which EMC owns or controls more than 50% of the ownership interest) for the purpose of training the employees of EMC and its affiliates. Resale and unauthorized sharing with non-employees of EMC and its affiliates is strictly prohibited.

MC Myths Slide Presentation Item #: PR-013

MC Video Item #: V-013

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Toolbox Safety Minutes Tablet Item #: TS-013

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MC Myths Trainer’s Guide www.mosquitozone.com/education

Item #: TG-013

Highlights: • Covers the most common questions and concerns employees have about malaria chemoprophylaxis. • Examines and dispels the myths held about malaria chemoprophylaxis. • Provides credible and current medical references to support the safety of malaria chemoprophylaxis.

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Dengue Fever

Like malaria, Dengue fever is transmitted by mosquitoes. There is no vaccine or direct cure so educational materials stress prevention. Teach workers to wear protective clothing, apply skin repellent and eliminate nearby standing water where Aedes mosquitoes hatch. Dengue Kit includes: 100 handouts 10 posters 1 Digital Slide Presentation 1 DVD video 1 Toolbox Safety Minutes Tablet 1 Trainer’s Guide

Dengue Poster Item #: PO-004

Each item also available separately

Health & Safety Bulletin

Starts Where You Live

Aedes mosquito

Eliminate Nearby Standing Water

Protect Yourself Day and Night

The Aedes mosquito rarely flies more than 200 metres from where she hatched. If you eliminate all standing water where you work and live, you greatly reduce the risk of getting bitten by a dengue-infected mosquito.

Unlike most other mosquitoes, the Aedes likes to bite during the day, as well as the early evening and morning. Take the following precautions: Wear loose fitting permethrintreated clothing.

Apply DEET- or Picaridin-based skin repellent (at least 20%)

Dengue virus virions (the cluster of dark dots near the center).

Keep windows and doors closed and screens intact.

Photo by Jim Gathany

Empty outside water containers, drain tarps that are used to cover equipment, remove tires that can fill with water, and report other drainage problems to your supervisor.

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Preventing Dengue

Dengue Handout

Item #: HO-004

The Aedes mosquito that carries dengue fever likes to stay close to you. She hatches in standing water within 200 metres of you, then lies in wait inside or near buildings where you work and live, and unlike most other mosquitoes, will bite you during the day also. There is no vaccine or specific cure for dengue fever, so prevention is critical to staying safe and healthy. Always wear your mandated PPE: permethrin-treated clothing and repellent with at least 20% DEET. 1Q10-ENG-A3-DEN/POS-24.15.13

The More You Know

The Safer You Will Be

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What is Dengue Fever? Dengue fever is a viral infection that is transmitted by an Aedes mosquito and can be life-threatening. Every year, an estimated 50 million cases of dengue fever occur worldwide. There are four strains or “serotypes” – Dengue 1, 2, 3 and 4 – and it is possible to get infected with all four – at different times or all at once.

Contact Method Aedes mosquitoes bite and spread dengue during the day. When an infected female Aedes mosquito bites, she will most likely pass the infection to you. Easily identifiable with bold white stripes on a black body, this mosquito typically lives and bites indoors and is also commonly found near industrial and construction sites. She has a flight range of only 100 to 200 metres from her hatching site, a nearby source of water. Aedes lay their eggs anywhere still water can be contained, like buckets, cisterns, fallen palm fronds, coconut shells, tree holes, roof guttering, open wells, drums, discarded tires and trash etc. They prefer to rest in dark, quiet places like under furniture, in closets or in shady spots behind equipment, and typically bite during the day, just after sunrise and before sunset. SYMP-

Dengue Video Item #: V-004

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Dengue Slide Presentation Item #: PR-004

Dengue Trainer’s Guide Item #: TG-004

Toolbox Safety Minutes Tablet Item #: TS-004

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Highlights: • What is Dengue fever and how do you get it?

• Treatment guidelines.

• How to recognize the symptoms.

• Prevention guidelines.

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Computer Based Training (CBT) Tropical Health and Safety Series

This series of lessons covers health and safety topics that are extremely important to business travellers, rotators, expatriates on assignment and tourists who visit tropical areas, particularly those where vector-borne diseases are endemic. Each lesson explains the featured threat, teaches prevention strategies and mitigation tactics. All lessons are interactive, multimedia and include a graded quiz. Available in three formats: 1) Learning Management System files compatible with all corporate LMS platforms. 2) Interactive CD version for standalone computers without internet access. 3) Paper version for locations where computers and internet access are not available (such as offshore rigs). Each CBT title corresponds to the kit of the same title. Please go to the referenced catalogue pages for more information on each topic and content covered: Malaria Awareness Courseware 1. The World’s Deadliest Animal (see catalogue pages 8-9 for descriptions of titles 1-12)

2. How Malaria Kills 3. How She Find and Bites You 4. The Malaria Infection Cycle 5. Mosquito Repellents Q&A 6. Anti-malarial Medications 7. Mosquito Barriers: Bed Nets & Screens 8. Emergency Standby Treatment for Malaria 9. Permethrin Clothing 10. Indoor Residual Spraying 11. Global Malaria Hotspots 12. Vector Control, the Role of Entomologists 13. Malaria Relapse (p.10) 14. G6PD Deficiency (p.11) 15. Chemoprophylaxis Myths (p.12)

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Other Health & Safety Subjects • Hazards in the Wild (p.5) • Personal Hygiene (p.6) • Respiratory Illness (p.7) • Dengue (p.13)


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Learning Management System Version AICC, SCORM compliant files compiled and published to meet each client’s unique LMS specifications. This offering includes the design of a custom skin and introduction slide. Designed to work on any corporate LMS platform that deploys training content, tracks users and usage, and produces management reports that help determine how well organizational goals are met.

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Malaria Awareness Courseware (Data DVD) LMS Files, SCORM 1.2 (English, Version 1.0, 1Q 2011) © 2011 MosquitoZone Corporation All rights reserved. Copying, sharing or distributing this disk’s content is strictly prohibited.

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Interactive Computer Version Plug and play CDs allow for standalone interactive viewing and learning on a desktop or laptop computer — perfect for training those with inferior or no Internet access. Quiz answers can be manually recorded and sent to a central location for manual grading and recording. The quizzes and answer key are provided as PDF files on two separate CDs to facilitate printing and secure grading.

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Malaria Awareness Courseware (CD) Quizzes 1-14, pdf format Photo: CDC /Jim Gathany

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© 2011 MosquitoZone Corporation Malaria Awareness All rights reserved. For use by Courseware (CD) Weatherford International only.

Quizzes 1-14, pdf format

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(English, Version 1.0, 1Q 2011) © 2011 MosquitoZone Corporation All rights reserved. For use by Weatherford International only.

Paper Version Screen shots of each slide featured along with the script detailing the spoken part of the lesson instructor. Quiz answers can be recorded into each booklet and sent to a central location for grading and recording. Please note: Although this option does not include the video content the material covered is generally the same as that in the Interactive Computer and LMS versions.

To order: mztraining@mosquitozone.com • fax 1.713.893.6956 • tel 1.832.356.1602

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Special Use Items by Format

Banners & Posters

Large-format banners and posters get attention and leave a simple, strong message behind. Mosquito-Borne Disease Series Banners: vinyl banners with grommets suitable for indoor or outdoor display. Can be rolled up for easy transport and storage. 2.44 meters wide x 1.22 meters high, front only.

Mosquito-Borne Disease Series Posters: A2, A3 or A4 size, one page, front only.

Mosquitoes Look for Water Item #: B-008

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This is not a Weapon Item #: B-009

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This is a No-Bite Zone Item #: B-010

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Mosquitoes Attack Item #: B-011

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You vs The Malaria Infected Mosquito Item #: B-012

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Brochures Pre-travel

The A-B-C-D Plan for Malaria Protection Brochure: colour, easy-to-carry brochure. Takes the reader through four primary subject areas needed to understand and combat malaria: Awareness, Bites, Chemoprophylaxis, Diagnosis. Presented in an easy-tounderstand Q&A format, this brochure will help your workers learn how to protect themselves. 4 panels, 14 cm x 21.6 cm

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Taking Chemoprophylaxis Exactly as Prescribed is Very Important!

Malaria, The Silent Killer Comes to Dinner Brochure: colour, easy-to-carry brochure presents Frequently Asked Questions and common myths about malaria and mosquitoes. Also discusses malaria prevention and treatment. 8 panels, 8.9 cm x 21.6 cm

Malarone® Taken 2 days before entering, daily while in and for 7 days after departing the malarial area because this medication destroys malaria parasites in both the liver and bloodstream stages of the disease. Doxycycline Taken 2 days before entering, daily while in and for 28 days after departing the malarial area because it destroys malaria parasites only in the bloodstream stage of the disease. P. falciparum malaria parasites may remain in your liver for one to two weeks after departing the malarial area so it is EXTREMELY important that you continue this medication for the full 28 days after leaving the malarial area to destroy any parasites that may be released into your bloodstream. Mefloquine (Larium®) Taken 2 weeks before entry, weekly while in and for 4 weeks after departing the malarial area because it destroys malaria parasites only in the bloodstream stage of the disease. P. falciparum malaria parasites may remain in your liver for one to two weeks after departing the malaria area so it is EXTREMELY important that you continue this medication for the full 4 weeks after leaving the malarial area to destroy any parasites that may be released into your bloodstream.

MALARIA PREVENTION

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Bite Prevention Among all the debate about chemoprophylaxis the topic most often overlooked is - if you don’t get bitten you cannot catch malaria! Wearing long sleeved shirts and long trousers protects you from many insects other than mosquitoes, including those which bite during daytime. However, whether working or participating in recreational activities, you should wear long sleeved clothes and long trousers from 1 hour before dusk until 1 hour after dawn. Use insect repellent containing 20-50% DEET on exposed skin and spray permethrin on outer clothing – but not on fire-retardant coveralls. If staying in accommodation with poor air conditioning, and / or inadequate insect barriers, sleep under an insecticide treated bed net and use mosquito coils at night – although care must be taken to avoid fire risks. Chemoprophylaxis All non-immune personnel should take chemoprophylaxis in a malarious region, since combining good bite prevention techniques with an effective chemoprophylaxis regime will reduce the probability of catching malaria to almost zero. The most effective malaria chemoprophylaxes are Malarone®, Doxycycline, Lariam® (Mefloquine). Only non-immune personnel need take chemoprophylaxis.

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Despite their greater experience of overseas travel, up to 30% of some expatriate groups develop malaria within the first 2 years of exposure. Many cases are attributed to poor chemoprophylaxis compliance.

Diagnosis Fever occurring in a traveller one week or more after entering a malaria risk area, and up to 3 months after departure, is a medical emergency which should be investigated immediately.

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You vs The Malaria Infected Mosquito Table Tent Display: full-colour table displays keep health and safety message front and center. 21 cm height, three sided.

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Custom Content and Course Development Services Studies prove that customizing training materials so that they contain consistent organizational messages and job-specific information can significantly enhance learning and retention. The MosquitoZone team of experts can customize our standard materials to include your corporate branding, add new narration and images, new slide and trainer’s guide copy or translate to another language. Our team is also able to develop completely new materials designed to meet your organization’s training goals—efficient, cost-effective and unique to your needs. What can we do for you?

Health & Safety Training Materials mztraining@mosquitozone.com 1.832.356.1602 tel 1.713.893.6956 fax Vector-Borne Disease Prevention Services info@mosquitozone.com

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Vector-borne Disease Prevention Services The education materials in this catalogue are designed to support our primary business – the prevention of vector-borne disease at our clients’ project locations. MosquitoZone manages, creates and audits vector-control and malaria management programs worldwide. Below is a listing of some of our most requested services: • Vector-control Program Management (fully managed or do-it-yourself programs with remote entomological monitoring) • Malaria Policy and Prevention Program Review and/or Development • Vector-borne Disease Risk Assessment • Vector-control Program Audit • Vector-control Technician Training • Early Alert Remote Monitoring System (EARS) Web-based software solution • Emergency Outbreak Standby Program • Health and Safety training (pre-travel, induction, in-country, post-departure and refresher)

The MosquitoZone team of medical entomologists and preventive medical technicians have managed projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, Central and South America, Southeast Asia, and the South Pacific. The team has experience in small and large camps, ecologically sensitive areas and through all stages of large-scale projects. With some of the world’s most precious oil, gas and mineral reserves located in high-threat, tropical environments, more and more project managers and their financial backers are hiring the MZC team to protect their most valuable assets – their employees – from the tropical diseases and injuries caused by insects and animals such as snakes, bees and dogs. Partial Client List: ExxonMobil, Weatherford International, Oceaneering International, Parsons, CB&I, Clough, and Spiecapag Questions, concerns or interest in a complimentary consultation? Contact us at 832.356.1602.

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The More You Know, The Safer You Will Be For more information please visit us online at www.mosquitozone.com/education Š 2013 MosquitoZone International. All rights reserved. MosquitoZone and the MosquitoZone logo are registered trademarks of MosquitoZone International.

2013 THSTC 122012

Tropical Health & Safety Training Catalog  

Health and safety educational materials relating to insects and other animal and plant dangers in tropical areas of the world.

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