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Which of these statements are true?
Which of the following are symptoms of COVID-19?
True or false: COVID-19 transmits through skin contact on your hand, not when bacteria enters your system through mucous membranes on your body or via respiratory droplets in close proximity.
True or false: Coronavirus is primarily spread by small droplets that are expelled from the nose and mouth when someone that is infected coughs, sneezes or speaks.
What to do if you have symptoms – Match the correct process to the correct scenario.
- Stay at home for seven days after symptoms started. After this, if you do not have a high temperature, you do not need to continue to self isolate. You do not need to continue to isolate if you just have a cough after seven days as a cough can continue for several weeks after the infection has cleared.
- You must say at home for seven days. All other household members must stay at home and not leave the house for 14 days. The 14-day period starts from the day the first person in the household fell ill
- The whole household needs to stay at home for seven days from when the most recent symptom appeared, regardless of where they are on in the original 14-day period.
If you live alone
If you live with others and you are the first in the household to have symptoms of COVID-19
If you are in a household where someone else starts having symptoms
No matter the germ, there are six points at which the chain can be broken and a germ can be stopped from infecting another person. Match the six points to the correct description.
- The pathogen (germ) that causes diseases
- Places in the environment where the pathogen lives (this includes people, animals and insects, medical equipment, and soil and water)
- The way the infectious agent leaves the reservoir (through open wounds, aerosols, and splatter of body fluids including coughing, sneezing, and saliva)
- The way the infectious agent can be passed on (through direct or indirect contact, ingestion, or inhalation)
- The way the infectious agent can enter a new host (through broken skin, the respiratory tract, mucous membranes, and catheters and tubes)
- Can be any person (the most vulnerable of whom are receiving healthcare, are immuno-compromised, or have invasive medical devices including lines, devices, and airways)
Portal of exit
Mode of transmission
Portal of entry
Which of the following are ways of breaking the chain of infection?
True or false: Hand washing is one of the most important things you can do as a trainer to prevent the spread of infection.
True or false: It does not matter if the PPE slightly impedes yours, or the pupil’s vision or ability to control the vehicle. The most important thing is that you are protected from COVID-19.
The vehicle will need to be cleaned with bleach free disinfectant within 72 hours of training. Match the areas of the vehicle that needs to be cleaned to the correct title.
- Steering wheel, including adjuster, horn and infotainment controls Control stalks Ignition and power button Keys Air vents – passenger and central Gear stick Infotainment/radio Heating controls
- Seatbelts and clips Seat adjust controls Head rests Seat pockets
- Door handles and releases Door pocket Window switches Interior lights Grab handles
- Parcel shelf Boot floor
- Glove box and log-book Central storage Cupholders Bonnet release lever
Roof and doors
True or False: It’s okay to allow valeting companies to complete the deep clean for you as they will have access to the correct cleaning products.
True or false: You must remotely check your pupils’ driving licence before commencing lessons again.
True or False: Your terms and conditions do not need to be altered, if you already have some signed from the student these will be sufficient.
On the initial call to your pupil, which of the following are the four most important questions to ask?
Pupils can do their bit to help limit the risk of infection and you should explain what is expected of them before the session. Which of the below statements are true?
Safe protocols for driver and rider trainers. Match the protocols to the correct title.
- Remote checking of the driving licence before lessons resume – limit need for physical checks in lessons. Call the pupils 24 hours before lesson to ascertain state of health. Brief pupils of the new norm of lessons – what to expect from you and what you expect from them. Brief pupils on any PPE to be used. Agree any new T&Cs. Warn them that cash will not be accepted and make other arrangements for payment.
- No handshakes. You will ask your client to wash their hands or use hand sanitiser immediately before the training session, assessment or test. Clients must supply their own masks and gloves. You will tell them that you will be keeping the windows open at all times and to wear appropriate clothing. You will advise them your car will be sanitised before they start training When using a client’s car, the client will need to sanitise their own vehicle to ensure it is safe. You will need to avoid using cash where possible as this can spread the virus. Use other methods of payment such as a bank transfer
- Once you arrive at the pick up point you should, again, assess whether your client is well enough to start the training session. Do not let them get into the car straight away. From a distance (min 2m) have a conversation with them to assess whether they seem themselves or have a cough that you did not notice on the phone call, or look like they may have a high temperature. If you are not 100% happy with their state you should not start the training session. Explain that the appointment will have to be postponed until they have recovered. This may be a difficult conversation but you should explain that you do not want to put yourself at risk (your T&Cs should be amended to cover this). Do this before every appointment you have.
- The training content and structure should remain the same as you would use to train any post-test driver. You need to make sure the training or assessment has client-centered aims and objectives and is appropriate for each individual. Any writing should be done by the trainer/examiner – where possible do not share a pen, if you do, clean with anti-bac wipes straight afterward. When requesting a client to sign anything, ask them to use their own pen where possible or clean your own pen with an anti-bac wipe. Training resources and paperwork should be held up and not passed between the two of you. Try to avoid directly facing each other when discussing scenarios and where possible debrief on tests outside the vehicle. If you are going to provide a demonstration drive on a training session, you will need to wipe down the controls before and after. If you are wearing gloves, then change the gloves just before and after the demo drive.
- When you move on to your next client appointment, you will need to repeat some of the same processes that you did with your previous client. Again remember not to shake the client’s hand. Clean your hands with hand sanitiser or soap and water where possible – do not enter the client’s house to do this. Remind them to wash their hands as soon as they get back into their house. Where you are using your own vehicle, agree to a drop off point where you can safely wipe the car down ready for the next training session or appointment or your journey home. Make contact with your next client and assess their state to avoid a wasted journey. Repeat the process for each and every client.
New lesson/test protocols
During lesson/assessment protocols
After lesson protocols
True or false: You will need more time after each client to clean down your or your client’s car and to assess if any further clients are well enough for the next appointment.
Which of the below statements are true in regards to reducing exposure?