Electrical and mechanical systems are exposed to cyber-threat as they become smarter and network connected. A cyber-risk mitigation framework and process guides are provided for the construction project team, which support health care operations.
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This monograph provides a step-by-step model for building a business case in support of energy resiliency investments in health care facilities. It also includes other best practices and ways to support resiliency.
Construction Management of Healthcare Projects offers in-depth guidance for safe and successful delivery of high-quality health care construction projects on time and within budget.
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Discusses the complex electrical systems required for health care facilities, including information on electrical safety in patient care areas and maintenance testing.
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The 2014 Guidelines is also available from this website.
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The ASHE Health Facility Commissioning Guidelines establishes a process for commissioning health care facilities that are cost-effective and efficient and deliver the desired return on investment.
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This step-by-step guide to commissioning projects will help assure that health facility building systems perform as intended. Includes sample commissioning documents.
This checklist can be used to gather data on the architectural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, technology, and fire protection requirements of new health care construction and major renovation projects.
Safe doors save lives. The Inspecting and Maintaining Swinging Doors Handbook translates into layman’s terms the codes and requirements for door safety in today’s hospitals. Valuable information and tips for keeping doors in safe working condition are provided, including rules for maintaining swinging door assemblies and a readily accessible list of questions to ask when selecting door assemblies.
The second edition of this monograph was created to support health care facility professionals and their teams in complying with USP General Chapter <797>. USP <797> was developed to reduce the risk of contamination during the process of compounding drugs in all places where compounded sterile preparations (CSPs) are prepared.