Are Dust Containment Standards Different for Children’s Facilities?

Dust containment is an essential piece of any facility’s infection control program. Without the right training and equipment for proper dust control, a simple maintenance task can put patient populations at huge risk. At children’s facilities, including children’s hospitals, the risk …

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Outdoor Air Pollution vs. Indoor Hospital Air Quality

Virtually everyone spends some portion of their day thinking about how they can either stay healthy or improve their health. We try to make choices about how we spend our time and what we eat based on what will be best for our bodies. But one thing that can have a huge impact on our h …

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Can Your Old Ceiling Access and Dust Containment Cart Be Retrofitted to New Dust Containment Standards?

Let's face it, the protocols and regulations regarding dust containment and infection control change daily - across regions, from hospital to hospital, and across associated risk levels. At one point in time, your old trusty ceiling access containment probably measured up and maybe su …

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