A mobile dust containment unit is a mobile work area that traps dust generated by renovation and maintenance activities above ceilings in sensitive environments, like hospitals. Mobile containment units are used to minimize patient exposure to dust and infectious agents that may be ge
December is here. For those of us in the Midwest, that means it’s cold outside. Like really cold. It means that our windshields needed defrosting this morning, that snow lurks in the forecast, and that we’ve turned our heaters on high. It also means that our healthcare clients should
Most of us are familiar with an ICRA Permit, the standard one-page generic form that is recycled time and again, from facility to facility. The form, that is (usually) completed by an Infection Preventionist or Hospital Safety Resource just days (or moments) before the project begins
If you’re like most healthcare facilities, you’ve committed to a comprehensive, tried and tested set of Infection Control Protocols to protect your patients and reduce liability for your organization. But every construction, renovation or repair project brings new characters and varia
No contractor can afford to overdo it on infection control. But from a health care perspective, managing the risks associated with construction activities is paramount. So how do you meet your health care clients half-way? By being proactive and taking ownership of infection control p
ANSI/AHSRAE Standard 188-2015 was passed in June of last year. It has established new minimum requirements for legionellosis prevention in healthcare facilities across the nation. Learn ASHRAE 188 health care requirements and the steps your hospital needs to take to comply with the ne
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