KSHE Update
President's Message
I am so happy to live in a place that has Octobers and the beauty they bring. October colors are truly the grand finale to another wonderful year in life.
KSHE Update
Greetings from the HFL program at OCTC!
It is hard to believe that the HFL program will be turning five in a couple of months. With each passing semester newly minted credentials, growing program offerings, and student success stories are growing as the program matures. I would like to share a little bit on each.
Greetings healthcare engineering professionals!
It was great to see many of you at the Healthcare Coalition Conference in Owensboro! I believe you will agree that we had excellent education offerings this year that covered relevant issues. Our tool belt training sessions were all at capacity! We also had some excellent weather! With just a couple of months left in the year, we still have some exciting education goals and opportunities coming up.
Events and Education
November 30, 2018, Louisville, Kentucky, 7 p.m.
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The orientation of technicians, outside vendors and contractors in healthcare is not only a safety issue, it is required for accreditation with organizations such as The Joint Commission. Safe Day One is an online healthcare facilities orientation & safety training. It’s not enough to be safe one day; we must be safe day one.
$129 a person and earns you 6 contact hours
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Kentucky Spotlight
The Lane Report
As a result of expected expansion among Kentucky hospitals and health systems, the Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that healthcare employment will account for a significant percentage of the state's job growth by 2022.
Rebusiness Online
St. Elizabeth Medical Office building, scheduled to open in 2020, will be a 65,000-square-foot facility offering a variety of services.
ASHE Update
Health Facilities Management
The American Society of Healthcare Engineering wants your input regarding the need for monthly inspection of hospital exit signs.
Health Facilities Management
Topics in this month's mailbag include key control practices and hospital generator exhaust gas.
Your Facilities Management News
Medical Construction & Design
New technologies are helping healthcare designers and facility managers in multiple ways as they work to building the facilities of the future.
Health Facilities Management
A backup power system with onboard controls has helped a hospital in Michigan save space and reduce project capital cost.
Common reasons for the failure of a project include differing objectives among stakeholders as well as not having well-thought-out contingency plans.
Sustainability Spotlight
KSHE is hosting its first annual statewide competition among hospitals and other healthcare facilities to save energy and protect the climate. Competitors will work off excessive energy use through improvements in energy efficiency with help from KSHE, ASHE, and the Energy to Care program. The facilities that shed the most energy consumption will be recognized as the winners. KSHE is offering prizes and recognition to members who help their buildings become top energy and water savers!
Healthcare Design
The design and implementation of a green roof at Reading Hospital in Pennsylvania required some creative problem-solving.
A large hospital facility in British Columbia has employed a number of innovative strategies to improve its efficiency in the use of water.
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