Key to improving EVS results can be found in the C-Suite

August 8, 2019

Creating an infection-free facility begins at the top with a commitment from management to the environmental services (EVS) department, according to an article on the Patient Safety & Quality Healthcare website.

With support, EVS personnel can be properly trained, equipped and motivated to consistently clean at the highest level.  

A high-performing team needs financial commitment to maintain morale,  training and tools.

For instance, all personnel must be trained to work safely, making sure team members understand how to use tools and products.

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