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Sponsored Content: CSA Group Infection Control Courses

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Sponsored Content: CSA Group Infection Control Courses

Virtual infection control training is now available on the CSA Store. The course, delivered in two parts, consists of two 4-hour Fundamentals of Infection Control sessions and two 4-hour Effective Implementation and Practical Applications sessions. The training is instructor-led by five industry experts from across healthcare facility management and academia. They are Gordon D. Burrill, Mike Hickey, George Pankiw, Gary Stairs and Jessica Fullerton.

The CSA Group Infection Control Courses have been approved for Continuing Education Credits from the Canadian Construction Association (CCA) as part of the Gold Seal Certification Program.

CSA Group will be hosting Virtual Infection Control sessions (AM & PM options) in May, June, and July 2020.

After successfully completing the training and evaluation component, you will receive a Certificate of Completion.

To register, please click on one of the below options to get started and select the date & time of interest.

 Part 1: Fundamentals of Infection Control

Part 2: Practical Applications for Infection Control during Construction

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Canadian Standards Association (CSA Group) has made a selection of relevant standards available for no-fee view access through the online platform CSA Communities. You can also visit the CSA Group website for an overview of what is now available.

These include CSA Z8000-18, Canadian health care facilities (ideal for new health care facility construction) and CAN/CSA Z317.13-17, Infection control during construction, renovation, and maintenance of health care facilities

CSA Group has also published several free research papers that may be of assistance to organizations in Canada in light of the COVID-19 situation. Below are links to specific papers of interest at this time:

Infection Prevention and Control in Health Care Facility Design

Exploring Best Practices in Infection Prevention and Control to Advance Ambulance Design

Protecting Healthcare Workers from Infectious Diseases

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