ASHE offers course on fundamentals of healthcare facility management

The American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) offers a seminar for new or aspiring healthcare facility managers.

By Healthcare Facilities Today
April 26, 2013

The American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) offers a seminar for new or aspiring healthcare facility managers called “Healthcare Facility Management Fundamentals.”

Formerly titled “Boot Camp for Healthcare Facility Managers,” the two-day program will educate attendees on the following:

• Key codes and standards that impact healthcare facilities management and the FM’s role in the compliance process
• How to navigate the Life Safety Code and the emergency management process
• The steps in the PDC process and how healthcare facilities operation and construction impact infection

 

The course also aids attendees in creating a plan for professional development as it relates to healthcare facilities management.

2013 Course Schedule

June 10-11:    Chicago
Oct. 7-8:   Boston

 

For more information on the course and registration, click here

 




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