Isolation Room Certification Services

Partnering for Patient, Personal and Facility Safety

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Take A Step Toward Compliance

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doctor and patient According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, building air quality, the quality of maintenance, the materials and procedures used in operating and maintaining the facility are critical in preventing IAQ problems and disease transmission. "Three types of engineering controls are used to prevent the transmission of TB in health care facilities: ventilation, high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filtration, and ultraviolet germicidal irradiation. In isolation rooms, ventilation systems are necessary to maintain negative pressure and to exhaust the air properly. These systems can also be designed to minimize the spread of TB in other areas of the health care facility. HEPA filters are special filters that can be used in ventilation systems to help remove droplet nuclei from the air... HEPA filters and UVGI should be used in conjunction with other infection control measures." "A building operation schedule is basically a daily/weekly/monthly schedule of each individual HVAC component compiled together in a comprehensive whole. This allows for cross comparison of different components schedules and synchronization. It is imperative that your operations schedule reflect actual use of your building, ensuring that the HVAC system is providing ventilation during all periods of significant occupancy. It is important that this schedule be written and comprehensive, so that there is a "one-stop" reference that is complete, easily updated and accessible to all who need it."

The CEPro team is very familiar with CDC and ASHRAE guidelines regarding ventilation standards and requirements for Hospital Isolation Rooms, and we have the experience and expertise to inspect and make viable recommendations for your facility.

Our team will perform and in-depth inspection of your Isolation Rooms; CEPro can offer you the following bundled services or any combination that is appropriate for your facility and budget:

Isolation Room Room:

Location/Operation:

Monitor:

Alarm:

Reports:

Test and Balance:

Once the Isolation Room has been inspected, CEPro will issue a report with its findings. After adjustments are made and remediation is suggested and implemented, a certificate will be issued that states that the inspected area meets CDC guidelines. CEPro assembles all test data for each room into a Certification Report Binder that includes all current test data as well as the history of services performed in that room. This binder provides a complete record of the history of each isolation room, making inspection by the IDPH (Illinois Department of Public Health), JCAHO (Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organization) or any other agency very efficient and complete.

In addition, we can perform decontaminations, author SOPs and protocols, asses mechanical systems and offer turn-key remediation services.

Some of our clients for these services include:

To contact us:                           Service Brochure 

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Fax: (847) 655-6087
E-mail: info@ceproinc.com

 

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