Maintain Patients’ Air Quality,
Even When Exhausting Air into the Environment of Care During Construction
When you’re creating and working in a negative pressure work environment in any healthcare renovation, what do you do with the exhaust air?
When you can’t pump it directly outside (usually the preferred method), that leaves inside – where dust, mold, asbestos and all sorts of construction yuckiness can threaten the delicate balance of air quality in your patients’ environment of care.
And violations to the environment of care can not only threaten your sickest patients’ lives – they can also threaten your funding and raise your risk of lawsuits from patients and their families.
Before you go any further with your current renovation project or your next one, sign up for this fully accredited environment of care air quality training conference. Get practical solutions to air exhaust problems: Technology that can clean your air more thoroughly and faster with less set-up and preparation from your team … How to identify key participants and get them involved in the process earlier, so they can anticipate problems and solve them … Practical steps that will save your air quality and your peace of mind!
You have options when it comes to exhausting air from a work space – more options than you realize. How do you weigh the risks with the benefits? And how do you determine what’s right for your unique situation?
It’s time to get the practical answers that make sense for your facility – solutions that will result in better air quality during construction without breaking the bank or causing too much inconvenience. Sign up today for this extraordinary environment of care air quality training conference, and see what superior construction air quality can be like!
John Martinelli is currently the Branch Manager and Director of Environmental Health Consulting Services for the northern California offices of Forensic Analytical. He has more than 20 years experience working in the field of environmental health and safety and also serves as a corporate lead for healthcare services.
Since 1997, Mr. Martinelli has been a consultant, project manager and director. In these roles, he has worked on numerous environmental health and safety, mold, asbestos, indoor air quality and lead-related projects. Mr. Martinelli has provided comprehensive hazard material assessments, project design and management to a variety of clients. These clients include various medical centers, health care providers, public and private schools, retail institutions, commercial property management, multi-tenant housing and various local, county, state and federal public agencies.
Mr. Martinelli also has extensive experience in training other professionals. He has been the training director for a fully accredited environmental training company and continues to maintain his accreditation as a U.S. EPA Region 9 and Cal/OSHA asbestos instructor, as well as a CDPH lead-related construction instructor. He has delivered over 40,000 hours of health and safety training to a variety of trainees, covering all aspects of hazardous materials abatement, project management and design.
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Length: 1 hour 30 minutes