Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. Infection Control articles below.
Lavazza offers an optional Kastus tempered glass antimicrobial surface protector that can be applied to the C600 brewer screen and door for always on surface protection.
The WELL Health-Safety Rating helps organizations prepare their spaces to address health and safety concerns due to COVID-19 and other infectious diseases.
Materials include commercial and residential reopening and rapid response guidelines, and a disinfecting procedure booklet.
Eagle Hill Consulting research finds 53 percent of workers say the availability of coronavirus testing would make them feel safe going back to work; 42 percent want to retain remote work flexibility.
This new program from UG2 mitigates risk of infection as employees, students, consumers, and fans reoccupy facilities.
In a letter to Vice President Pence, more than 50 organizations urge federal government to make COVID-19 testing available to employers maintaining operations during the pandemic.
OSHA offers guidance for preventing the spread of COVID-19, including safe work practices and appropriate personal protective equipment based on the risk level of exposure.
A study from Condair shows raising air humidity by humidification reduces the risk of virus spread in hospitals and other buildings at low-cost and without causing negative effects.
University Hospitals Sports Medicine partnered with GOJO on a study that eliminated influenza, MRSA, and VRE through an Infection Risk Reduction Program.
World’s first door handles that dispense hand sanitizer make hand sanitizing easy, intuitive, and accessible
The infection control system process for healthcare tracks and kills bacteria.
In a new report from JLL, Infection Control Rises to Top of C-Suite Agenda, a panel of facilities management infection control experts connect effective facility design, operations, and management to the ability to control and dramatically reduce healthcare-associated infections.
The new guidelines were evaluated and approved by a panel of experts—consisting of emergency physicians and nurses with expertise in infectious disease and disaster preparedness—appointed by ACEP's president.