COVID-19 and the Importance of Understanding Air Pressures Within Your Facility

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:

  • Evaluate your current air pressure program to determine compliance.
  • Expand your current air pressure program to prepare for future changes.
  • Identify areas directly related to airborne diseases to reduce exposure to patients and staff during pandemics.

Presenters: Lance Woolf, Maureen Aldrich, Tony Van Dyke, and Brian Crum

Industry Partner: Facility Health Inc.

Lance Woolf-MBA, CHSP
Director of Life Safety Compliance
(Former Joint Commission Surveyor)
Soleran Inc.
Maureen Aldrich
Epidemiologist/Infection Control RN
Carson Tahoe Regional Medical Center
Tony Van Dyke
Director of Environmental Health & Safety
Thomas Jefferson University & Hospital
Brian Crum
Co-Founder & Sr VP Professional Services
Facility Health Inc.

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