ICRA: Construction Trades Best Practices Awareness- (CSL CE) (CSL CE 2019)
(Satisfies 8 hours of the 12 hour MA Construction Supervisor License renewal requirement)This course is designed for a one-day workshop for hospital personnel and construction professionals, including professionals in trades. It presents an awareness chapter covering aspects of the unique environment of an occupied health-care facility, professionalism, and regulatory agencies and organizations. Administrative controls governing risk evaluation, necessary documentation, and fire control are covered next. Critical information on contaminants and the chain of infection, keeping workers and patients safe, and remediating mold is also presented. The importance of clear and appropriate communication among trades and with the management of the facility is covered and work practice procedures used in a health-care facility are described. The responsibilities of the Infection Control Risk Assessment (ICRA) team are thoroughly described. Understanding and completing the ICRA Form is also discussed in detail. Safety precautions and procedures are emphasized throughout the course. (
Sat, 02/22/2020 7:00 am - 3:30 pm
Registrations are closed for this class.
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