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In the COVID-19 pandemic, pinpointing positive and negative air pressures within a healthcare facility is crucial. Air pressures will be a hot topic of discussion on your next Joint Commission/accreditation survey. Prepare yourself and your facility by educating yourself.
Join veteran Joint Commission Surveyor & Director of Life Safety Compliance, Lance Woolf at Soleran; Epidemiologist/Infection Control RN, Maureen Aldrich at Carson Tahoe Medical Center; Director of Environmental Health and Safety, Tony Van Dyke at Thomas Jefferson University & Hospital; and Co-Founder of Facility Health Inc, Brian Crum as they give their perspectives and share experiences with handling air pressures for reducing exposure.
In this webinar, you will learn how to:
Presenters: Lance Woolf, Maureen Aldrich, Tony Van Dyke, and Brian Crum
Industry Partner: Facility Health Inc.
We have reached the end of our inaugural Facility Compliance Think Tank webinar series. The need for the healthcare facility community to come together to discuss and generate ideas as we all work our way through the pandemic makes our educational effort more important than ever.
December 13, 2020
Last Thursday, we hosted our second of five webinars in our fall series entitled, “Facility Compliance Think Tank.” The response has been exciting!
October 18, 2020
Facility directors today are wondering what to do with their current and already outdated PM program. Over the last few years, preventative maintenance has evolved so much that every program keeps requiring more and more. Demands have progressed to the point they are not only being used for PM scheduling and regulatory compliance, but they are also being utilized for financial projections, staff performance, and asset longevity projections.
August 2, 2021
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