Adapting construction sites at healthcare facilities

July 9, 2020

When building or renovating healthcare facilities, factors like emergency management and infection prevention and control need extra attention, according to an article on the Occupational Health and Safety website.

Avoiding impact to patient rooms during the COVID-19 pandemic is nothing new.

An infection control and containment plan should be developed in advance of the construction start. 

Containment systems and  anterooms can keep negative air pressure within the workspace and out of patient rooms. 

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