This half-day workshop teaches practical use of infection control risk assessments (ICRA) and management techniques applicable to construction in hospital settings. Seminars feature presentations and exercises that allow you to gain hands-on experience or hone your existing ICRA and management skills.
Gain a basic understanding of the infection control risk assessment process specific to healthcare construction, as well as the practical use of ICRA tools, including containment, negative air, HEPA filtration, and monitoring techniques.
- Basic infection control principles
- Meeting the Joint Commission, CDC, and AIA requirements
- Building your ICRA team
- The four major classifications of ICRA
- Basic indoor air quality and HVAC
- Noise and vibration
- Interim life safety
- Environmental monitoring devices
The ICRA Course Helps Attendees
- Better understand ICRA for hospital construction
- Improve management of healthcare construction, demolition, and renovations to best ensure patient safety and a timely, cost-effective completion of your project
- Improve skills to design, erect, maintain, and/or monitor effective HEPA-filtered negative air containments, flexible personnel and material egress, as well as interim life safety measures, for the duration of a hospital construction project
Interested in Hosting this Course at Your Location?
For more information, please contact Jill Rosenfeld by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (610) 825-6000, ext. 5462.