Infection Control: Best Practices to Combat the Spread



Infection Control: Best Practices to Combat the Spread

Wednesday, November 5 | 1:00 P.M. Eastern SPECIAL REBROADCAST

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In any workplace’s war against infection, whether it is a school, office, or hospital setting, the enemy is aggressive, and ever-changing. As viruses like RSV, C. diff, and MRSA become more resistant, the proper cleaning tools and procedures are vitally important to eradicating outbreaks. Equally important is educating employees on their need to follow specific cleaning protocols to break the chain of infection. If not, germs spread, bacteria mutate, and building occupants contribute to the problem with poor hygiene habits. The need to develop a battle plan — and recruit customers, end users and occupants to join the fight — is stronger than ever.

This webcast will provide an in-depth understanding of universal practices and methods of combating the spread of infection in a variety of settings. The result: a healthier working environment for building occupants, increased morale, reduced absenteeism and greater productivity. The webcast will detail:

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Darrel Hicks Darrel Hicks
Author & Consultant

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    • Darrel Hicks is the author of "Infection Control For Dummies", and is nationally recognized as one of the top experts in infection control. Darrel started his career in the management of housekeeping services in 1981. He has worked in hospitals ranging in size from 20-500 beds, and knows what it takes to plan, set goals and provide guidance and consultation to the management team and department(s) staff. He has managed as many as 13 departments and 170 employees at one time in a 3-hospital system. In that healthcare system Darrel had to pioneer and discover ways to save money by cross training staff, job sharing, controlling overtime and putting a system of controls in place.

      Darrel Hicks is also the immediate Past President of the IEHA (International Executive Housekeepers Association) and holds the title of Registered Executive Housekeeper (REH) through this organization of over 3,500 members.

      Darrel is an active member in ASHES (American Society for Healthcare Environmental Services) and holds the designation of CHESP (Certified Healthcare Environmental Services Professional).

Cathy Jakicic Cathryn Jakicic
Healthcare Facilities Today