Project managers, contractors and facilities managers alike know how difficult it is to align the whole team around safe infection control practices during construction, renovation and maintenance (CRM) activities. After 25 years, ASHE recently released an ICRA 2.0 to make it easier for teams to assess projects. Furthermore, ASHE has developed training to help teams build better communication around the risks and controls in these situations.
Assess infection control risks and controls during CRM activities using the ICRA 2.0 tool.
Practice the five-step ICRA 2.0 process.
Identify who should be on your ICRA 2.0 team for forthcoming CRM projects.
Strategize how to implement ICRA 2.0 at your site.
Senior Healthcare/Infectious Disease and Prevention Consultant,