2010 FGI Guidelines e-Learning

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CUSTOMIZED LEARNING. ANYTIME, ANYWHERE.

The FGI Guidelines provide minimum program, space, and design requirements for hospitals and other health care facilities. This program is designed to help you stay in compliance with the Guidelines and offers 24/7 access to specific topics included in this important document.

Tailor your learning: Customize your learning experience to suit your needs by choosing from more than 130 educational segments covering specific topics from the Guidelines and engage in valuable training and information straight from the experts.

 

Subscribe to this program today and get on-demand access to the specific content you need to stay in compliance with the Guidelines. You will also have access to subscriber-only resources, updates, research, and webinars.

Intended Audience

Architects, designers, engineers, interior designers, facility managers, safety directors, risk managers, nursing home safety directors, construction professionals, health care facility consultants, infection preventionists, clinicians, inspectors, surveyors, authorities having jurisdiction, and anyone interested in the design and construction of health care facilities

Learning outcomes

  • Explain the overall structure and organization of the Guidelines to more efficiently design, regulate, and comply with the Guidelines.
  • Define and apply:
    • The Requirements by facility type
    • The Requirements of ANSI/ASHRAE/ASHE Standard 170
    • The Requirements to perform a patient safety risk assessment
    • The Requirements to perform a patient handling and movement assessment (PHAMA)
  • Determine the essential information required in the functional program to identify a provider’s goals and objectives for the environment of care.
  • Discuss the process for submitting proposals for revisions in subsequent editions, the Guidelines revision process, and requests for interpretation.

AHA CEUs

Earn CEUs for each finished module upon completion of a self-assessment. Each module offers a different number of CEUs (contact hours) based on the length of its segments.

Program Details

Users can subscribe for 180 days or a full year depending on the package selected. Once you register for a package, you will receive an e-mail with your unique log-in information between 24–48 business hours.

If you register for the One Year Full Subscription with Five User Licenses, you will receive an e-mail requesting the names, titles and unique e-mail addresses for your subscription account. Upon completing the survey, each user will receive an e-mail within 24–48 business hours with their log-in information.

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*All packages purchased by members include free materials and webinars added to the package purchased.

Course Video

Watch the demo video to see short samples of three e-learning segments (Newborn Intensive Care Unit with Judy Smith; Adult Day Health Care with Chad Beebe; and ASHRAE 170 with Dick Moeller).