Infections that occur in, and stem from, the hospital environment, are a worst-case scenario for patients, providers and facilities.
There are few things in this world as important - or critical - as equipment inside a hospital. Equipment in a hospital setting saves lives when used as designed. On the converse side, if an unexpected malfunction, or error, occurs, the outcome can be costly (at best), or even deadly (at worst).
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It’s no secret, a large portion of the population of the US - the baby boomers - are aging. With age comes increased medical needs. As a result, all areas of health care - especially in-home healthcare - are beginning to see an increase in patient numbers and chronic needs.
Is the way you're currently monitoring the health of your equipment and assets really working? Or are you just going through the motions and checking off boxes (pun intended)? If you haven’t already replaced your paper checklist with a mobile data collection solution, the time to act is now. In doing so, you'll start to shift from a preventative maintenance plan (PM) to a condition-based maintenance plan (CBM). What's it all mean? Read on.
As part of the Operations Team at your power plant or facility, you are probably constantly monitoring, digesting, and comparing meter readings on state-of-the-art pieces of equipment. If you are like many of our customers, this process - the monitoring of equipment and collecting of data - relies on outdated and error-prone methods; to the point that productivity overall is hampered more than it should be.
Things can quickly spiral out of control when you have a work incident at your power plant or facility. First, you have to worry about the safety of your workers, but, then, the post-incident investigation and paperwork can be staggering. It's no wonder so many power plants hang signs with the number of days since the last accident. In addition to immediate concerns at your facility, the repercussions for being non-compliant stretch from hefty fines to location closures. they can even spark investigations into other departments and locations. The way incident reports are created and filled in can minimize the effects of an accident. To learn more, read on.