Construction in Healthcare CiH Training
 
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Construction in Healthcare Training®

Construction in Healthcare Training® is a one-day (8-hour) training course designed to present the fundamentals of construction, renovation, and repair work performed within healthcare settings. The objective of this course is to better familiarize construction trade workers and supervisors as well as healthcare staff who may oversee such construction, renovations, or repairs with the multidiscipline requirements unique to a healthcare setting. The course load will include:   

  • The State of the Healthcare System and Emerging Issues

  • A Review of the Healthcare Setting (principals, departments, objectives, and requirements)

  • Risk Assessment Practices

  • Basic Applications of Infection Control

  • Interim Life Safety Measures

  • Med Gas Systems Review

  • Specific Healthcare Construction Techniques

  • Joint Commission Standards Regarding Construction Projects

  • Review of the Applicable Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Guidelines Regarding Construction Practices

  • Personal Protective Equipment Procedures

  • Quality Control and Documentation Protocols

Class presentations include lectures, video presentations, interactive “hands-on” exercises, and resource handouts. A brief multiple-choice examination will be presented at the conclusion of the class, with successful examinees receiving a “Certificate of Achievement.”  Classes may be tailored to meet your specific needs. 

Who Should Attend?: General & Specialty Contractors, Architects, Engineers, IT Providers, Vendors, Healthcare Facility Personnel 

*This course has been awarded the following Continuing Education Credits:

American Board of Industrial Hygienists (ABIH)  - 1.34 Safety CM points

American Council for Accredited Certification (ACAC) - 8 Recertification Credits (RC) 

Tuition: Courses offered by our authorized training partner Infection Prevention Systems, LLC

'RRP Lead Based Paint Certified Renovator Training' -

Initial (8 Hours)

RRP Lead Based Paint Certified Renovator Training

The U.S. EPA Lead-Based Paint (RRP) regulation, which went into effect April 22, 2010, applies to residential houses, apartments, and child-occupied facilities (e.g. schools, child-care centers, hospitals) built before 1978. 

Who needs the training?

RRP is a federal regulatory program impacting contractors, property managers, and others who receive payment for services. Anyone who is paid to perform work in pre-1978 housing or child-occupied facilities and disturbs more than 6 square feet inside, more than 20 square feet outside, or repairs or replaces windows, needs this training. This includes –   but is not limited to – contractors, carpenters, painters, plumbers, water damage restoration firms, electricians, drywall installers, HVAC technicians, window and door installers, residential property managers, and many more

How can you get trained and certified as a Renovator?

Successfully complete the 8-hour initial renovator training course. The course includes a lecture portion as well as hands-on activities. Students will be tested at the end of the course. Those earning a passing score on the exam will receive an EPA Certified Renovator certification that will be valid for 5 years. 

Topics covered include:

  • Why you should be concerned about lead paint

  • Regulations related to lead

  • Setting up your work area

  • Containing lead dust when working

  • Cleaning up your work area

  • Verifying that your work area is clean

  • Recordkeeping

  • Training non-certified renovation workers

Tuition: Courses offered by our authorized training partner Infection Prevention Systems, LLC

'RRP Lead Based Paint Certified Renovator Training' -

Refresher (4 Hours)

'RRP Lead Based Paint Certified Renovator Training'

The U.S. EPA Lead-Based Paint (RRP) regulation, which went into effect April 22, 2010, applies to residential houses, apartments, and child-occupied facilities (e.g. schools, child-care centers, hospitals) built before 1978. 

Who needs the training?

Individuals who have previously completed the Lead Certified Renovator - Initial Certification in compliance with the Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) rule. This 4-hour Refresher Course is required to renew your individual certification. Refresher training is required 5 years from the initial training course date.

How can you get re-certified as a Renovator?

Successfully complete the 4-hour initial renovator training course. The course includes a lecture portion as well as hands-on activities. Students will be tested at the end of the course. Those earning a passing score on the exam will receive an EPA Certified Renovator certification that will be valid for 5 years. 

Topics covered include:

  • Federal Regulations

  • Testing for Lead-based Paint

  • Review of Setup Practices

  • Review of Prohibited Practices, Personal Protective Equipment and Dust Control

  • Review of Cleanup Practices, Cleaning Verification Procedure and Hands-on

  • Recordkeeping

  • Training Non-Certified Renovation Workers

  • Required Hands-on Activities

  • Examination

Tuition: Courses offered by our authorized training partner Infection Prevention Systems, LLC

 

HVAC Fundamentals

Understanding Commercial Systems & Troubleshootng of Common HVAC/IAQ Issues

 

Compliance Environmental International, Inc. (CEI) and Leach Wallace Associates are pleased to announce their partnership in providing this one-day course, designed to educate individuals who must consider HVAC systems during their course of business and attain a basic understanding of how HVAC systems operate and run. In addition, the course will focus on common problems associated with HVAC systems and how to assess and troubleshoot these issues.  The course will address:

  • Basic Terminology

  • Review of the Design & Construction Process

  • Introduction to Codes and Standards

  • Introduction to HVAC Systems and Principles

    • Sources of Heating and Cooling

    • Review of Common Commercial HVAC Systems

    • Basic HVAC Control Systems

    • Systems Comparison

    • HVAC Performance Concerns

  • Associated Costs

  • Commissioning

  • IAQ Concerns

  • Common HVAC System Failures

  • HVAC System Documentation

*This course has been awarded the following Continuing Education Credits:

American Board of Industrial Hygienists (ABIH)  - 1.34 Industrial Hygiene CM points

American Council for Accredited Certification (ACAC) - 8 Recertification Credits (RC)

Tuition: Courses offered by our authorized training partner Infection Prevention Systems, LLC

 

Additional Course Offerings:

     Asbestos, Lead, Mold Awareness

      OSHA 10 hour General Industry Training

      OSHA 30 Hour General Industry Training

      Respiratory Protection Training

      Confined Space Training

      Hazard Communication

      Site- Specific Safety Training

 

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