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Environmental cleaning to prevent healthcare-associated infections and future research needs in this area are the focus of a new report, “Environmental Cleaning for the Prevention of Healthcare-Associated Infections.”
A heightened focus on wellness in facilities highlights the impact of the indoor environment on occupants.
OSHA has updated instructions for conducting inspections and issuing citations related to worker exposures to tuberculosis in healthcare settings.
Several recent textile and fabric product releases are featured in this latest post.
The two biggest challenges identified by these participants are controlling benefit costs while attracting and retaining a competitive workforce.
Agent of change: this year’s TFM Facility Executive of the Year guided the transformation of an aging facility.
Designed for healthcare facilities, the modular signage communicates critical information to staff and visitors. Facility managers choose from a collection of standard color-coded medical alert messages or customized sliders in any color, symbol, or configuration.
Combined heat and power (CHP) systems, also known as cogeneration, simultaneously produces electricity and useful heat from a single energy source — increasing energy efficiency.
Is there an industry standard for housekeepers and maintenance technicians per square foot of healthcare facilities?
This program is aimed at improving the cleaning and disinfection of high touch surfaces in healthcare settings. It integrates products, processes, training, and validation into a continuous improvement plan to limit transmission of healthcare associated infections (HAIs).