Identify the risks in health care settings and how to reduce them by applying fundamental facility design principles related to biocontainment.
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Apr 1, 2020
Mar 26, 2020
On March 21, 2020, the Office of Inspector General (OIG), Office of Investigatons (OI), Digital Investigatons Branch (DIB), in cooperation with investigative and intelligence partners have become aware of a potential information involving a security vulnerability impacting the healthcare and public health care sector (HPH). In an e?ort to support the security of networks within the U.S.
Mar 26, 2020
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Designing and installing new special locking arrangements can be a challenging process, and assessing existing locking arrangements for compliance is often even more challenging. This tool was developed to assist in designing and documenting special locking arrangements.
Feb 25, 2020
Feb 14, 2020
Just Ask ASHE: Q1 2020 Webinar Speaker: ASHE Get trusted answers to your compliance questions from a panel of code experts. Download the Presentation
Feb 12, 2020
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Jan 23, 2020
ASHE has acknowledged proven best practices and partnered with health care professionals to provide a tool to enable health care organizations to manage their most valuable assets. This will aid users in articulating a risk assessment model, and it will provide a comprehensive explanation of how the model enables organizations to maintain compliance. Download the Tool
Jan 14, 2020
Every facilities manager, design engineer, code enforcement official, etc. knows by heart a particular line of code they want changed. However, for many reasons including, lack of time, lack of understanding the process, or thinking someone else will change it, so few are proactive in the code/standard development process. Being proactive in the code development process doesn’t mean that an individual must sit on a technical committee, hold advanced knowledge about a particular subject, or even be a member of the standard development organization (SDO).
Dec 20, 2019
Executive Summary ASHE has heard reports of surveyors issuing findings regarding the pressure relationship of operating rooms (ORs) and sterile storage rooms and the restricted areas of operating suites. ASHRAE 170 Table 7.1 Design Parameters indicates that operating rooms (OR) and sterile storage are to have a positive pressure relationship to adjacent areas. The FGI Guidelines Section 2.2-22.214.171.124(4) requires that the surgical suite be divided into two designated areas. The restricted area of the OR suite is intended to support a high level of asepsis control.
Dec 18, 2019
This video by American Society for Health Care Engineering members at Baptist Health in Conway, Ark., teaches health care facility managers to work with hospital staff to ensure a joyous – and safe – holiday season.
Lunch and Learn
Dec 10, 2019
We will explore how to mitigate the risk of Legionella and other waterborne pathogens from POE to POU including the pros and cons of different solutions and the numerous factors that should be considered to create and implement the best solutions for your building's fit into your water management plan.
Dec 10, 2019
In this video a clean storage room is closely examined. Can you identify the infection control, life safety, and environment of care issues?
Dec 10, 2019
In this video a nurse's station is very active during a typical day. Can you identify the infection control, life safety, and environment of care issues?