containment, Infection Control

4 Ways to Control Airborne Contamination in Healthcare Settings

Posted by HEPACART on Oct 10 2019 12:30 PM

Discover common airborne contaminants that cause problems in healthcare facilities and how to eliminate them. Exposure to toxins or infectious substances in the workplace can occur through inhalation, absorption through the skin, or ingestion....

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New Case Study on the Effectiveness of Mobile Containment Units

Posted by HEPACART on Jan 11 2019 06:00 PM

The main goal of dust containment during hospital construction or renovation is to prevent the spread of infectious particles to other areas of a healthcare facility. If an area is not properly contained, especially if the project involves ceiling...

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containment, Infection Control, hospital construction

When Should You Use an AnteRoom

Posted by HEPACART on Nov 21 2018 03:59 PM

When it comes to the primary goals of dust containment, an AnteRoom is a great option to protect patients from airborne pathogens. From construction to more serious containment, AnteRooms can work for a number of hospital projects. While AnteRooms...

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3 Infection Control Solutions for Class IV Construction Projects

Posted by HEPACART on Nov 13 2018 02:44 PM

When doing maintenance or construction in healthcare facilities, the danger of spreading dangerous materials is heightened. To protect patients from dangerous pathogens, special precautions need to be taken in to avoid any accidents. Infection...

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