Energy Reduction Strategies: Reducing Cost in Healthcare Facilities
It is no secret that environmental consciousness is a major issue in today’s society. Efforts to maintain a healthy relationship with our environment are being made in many different industries, and healthcare is no different. Having outlined a strategy to achieve 100 percent energy independence by 2014, Gunderson Lutheran is at the forefront of this movement.
This presentation will outline how Gunderson Lutheran was able to achieve a 20 percent energy reduction within just 14 months of implementation. In addition to the invaluable information to be learned from this presentation, you will also gain meaningful contacts and resources that will be available to assist you throughout your process.
- Explore how your organization can begin the process of becoming energy efficient by producing clean, renewable power.
- Introduce strategies, tips, conservation measures, and “lessons learned” to aid your organization in reducing its energy consumption.
- Gain an understanding of the direct relationship between energy reduction and reduction of costs.
Jeff Rich is the Executive Director of Major Projects and Efficiency Improvement for Gunderson Lutheran. His main responsibilities include project identification, project delivery, and the coaching of project leaders on process improvement.
Prior to joining Gunderson Lutheran, Jeff spent 10 years working for Trane’s Global Marketing Division. He has also spent time with the John Deere Waterloo Works Drive Train Division, working as an industrial engineer and quality engineer.
Jeff holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, in addition to being a certified Lean-Six Sigma black belt.
Who would benefit from this program:
- Facility Managers
- Facility Directors
- This program meets the requirements for CHFM and CHSP Continuing Education Credits.
Audio Conference CD Only: $229.00 (includes S&H)
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Length: 1 hour 30 minutes