Leaders In Health Care Education

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This 2-part series was developed to train hospital staff and construction personnel on the proper work practices necessary to prevent the transmission of potentially infectious materials during construction, renovation, repair or maintenance projects.

When a healthcare environment is disturbed during construction, pathogens can be released into the facility - with potentially devastating impact. Education of construction personnel is key to a successful construction or renovation project! Produced in both English and Spanish, the content in this program is based on the AIA/FGI Guidelines for Design and Construction of Hospital and Healthcare Facilities, CDC's Prevention Guidelines for Environmental Control and The Joint Commission's Environment of Care Standards.




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Learning Objective

To help construction personnel achieve a better understanding of the infection prevention and safety issues surrounding a construction project


Dirt and debris from construction, renovation or maintenance work sites are not just dirty…they can release pathogenic organisms into the healthcare facility. The best way to ensure a safe repair or construction project is through detailed, proactive planning, as well as diligent implementation of controls.




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Learning Objective

To provide healthcare professionals detailed instructions for proactive planning and implementation of controls to ensure that infection prevention and control are part of the plan during construction, repairs and maintenance


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Building on the Plan: Infection Prevention for Construction Personnel
Part of the Plan: Infection Prevention for Healthcare Professionals During Construction, Renovation, Repair and Maintenance