Healthy buildings = healthy patients
Increasing capacity and improving care don’t have to be conflicting goals. Whether building a new facility or taking care of an existing one, there are ways to reduce the risk of contamination and infection caused by the construction process. We know; we’re teaching them.
Construction ICRA: Best Practices in Healthcare Construction
The Construction ICRA Training Curriculum was developed by the Carpenters union with leading experts who specialize in infectious control, public health and hospital environments. It’s a training program that makes skilled, journey-level carpenters more aware of the unique concerns and risks of building projects in facilities that provide patient care. It then teaches the most modern techniques to reduce risks. As with patient care, the value of the program is its focus on awareness, prevention and attention to detail.
Partnering with the construction professionals of the Carpenters union inspires trust and peace of mind. For more than a decade, our ICRA training programs have led the industry in preparing highly skilled workers for safe, efficient operation within the healthcare environment.
For additional information, contact Harry Dow, ICRA Coordinator, at 978-478-3874 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here to register for the ICRA 8-hour Awareness Class.