I have not seen any blisters, however, occasionally there are some breakdowns.
The company rep was at my facility, maybe two years ago. Only about 25% percentage of the CNAs were there. The rep did not have any handouts for us. :angryfire (I like handouts.)
(A little venting here ...) There is one CNA that has been there longer than any of the rest of us, who does not attend in-service, ("I don't need to attend as I've been here so long I already know how to do my job.") She tells / instructs us CNAs what, when, and how to do our job. :angryfire Concerning briefs/diapers, she has told us: As the brief can contain 2-3 liters of urine, the resident need not be changed as often; That the size of the brief doesn't matter, if the resident is a heavy wetter, just put on a larger brief; That washing is not needed as the brief 'wicks' away the urine from the skin; ...
I try to use the correct brief, I wash, rinse and dry the resident before putting on a clean brief. She says that I take too long.
(Ok, so I do things slower than her ... I also don't watch as much TV as her .)