Resource pages for "Healthcare-Workers"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
Ergonomic flooring can improve productivity and patient care, reduce absenteeism and workman comp claims, and improve quality of life for healthcare providers.
With workplace violence incidents in healthcare on the rise, a new GHX survey reveals that 88% of Americans believe hospitals and medical facilities should feel as safe as airports.
OSHA is seeking comments related to the development of a final standard to protect healthcare workers from workplace exposure to Covid-19.
OSHA's emergency temporary standard (ETS) focuses on healthcare workers most likely to have contact with someone infected with the coronavirus.
The floorcovering installation industry is fighting the spread of COVID-19 and other healthcare-associated infection through adoption of ICRA standards and protocols that help safeguard patients from potential contaminants during renovations and construction projects.
Virtual Emergency Operations Center supports remote workers and allows collaboration with a virtual video wall capable of sharing secure data, KPIs, and other critical visual information sources in real time onto any display.
The legislation protects healthcare workers by requiring employers to implement comprehensive, worker-driven workplace violence prevention plans.
Patients' perceptions of a hospital's cleanliness can have a major impact on their overall care and hospital experience, according to a new study.
To reduce the risk to employees in these sectors, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration has released an update to its Guidelines for Preventing Workplace Violence for Healthcare and Social Service Workers.
OSHA issued a compliance directive on 11/20/09 to ensure uniform procedures when conducting inspections to identify and minimize or eliminate high to very high risk occupational exposures for healthcare workers to the 2009 H1N1 influenza A virus.