Hot Water for Handwashing: Is it necessary?

Hot water is not required for effective handwashing (AAH Journal Article).
COVID-19 Ventilators & the Systems Used to Administer the Oxygen

With the significant uptick in ventilator use, typical medical oxygen and compressed air systems are being taxed in ways our healthcare facilities have never experienced. And, worst case, if these systems are not properly managed (and modified in some cases) this critical, “invisible” treatment could be jeopardized.
Hand Wash Sinks - Does location really matter?

Let's review the evidence for the optimal location and condition of hand wash sinks. Is the evidence strong enough to revise the Fundamentals or Beyond Fundamentals?
Water Management: Why Identifying Potential Risks Supersedes Testing

Essentially, the CMS is requiring Medicare-certified healthcare facilities to implement water management policies and procedures to reduce the potential risk of Legionella (and other waterborne pathogens). The water management program should consider the ASHRAE 188 Standard and the CDC Toolkit.
World Water Day - Water Risk Management for Hospitals

On this World Water Day, we're focusing on risk management for our healthcare clients--how to minimize waterborne threats, while maintaining patient safety and care, and avoiding unnecessary costs to do so.
ADA Compliance for Non-Residential Showers: The Three Key Design Elements to Confirm

Four-casting MEPT, Cx, Sustainability in 2015

Overcoming challenges to make MEP "a work of art"