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20nov2:00 pmCleaning's Role in Reducing SWIs

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The 75 minute webinar will feature Darrel Hicks, author of Infection Prevention for Dummies. Darrel is a Registered Executive Housekeeper (REH) and has 3 years of managing the housekeeping services in hospitals ranging from 120-650 beds.

Darrel’s presentation will define the potential problem/risk of improperly cleaned environmental surfaces; Describe 4 Checklists that build in accountability and identify responsibilities for cleaning equipment and surfaces; Explore the Competency Assessment; Briefly describe the “Observation” checklist; Finally, present the Hygiene Specialist Certificate of training. By using the AORN recommended “Checklists” for the cleaning of the OR, listeners will have a greater appreciation for cleaning’s role in preventing surgical wound infections.

OR Today would like to thank our sponsor, UMF Corporation! UMF Corporation is the leader in the research and development of high performance textiles for the Commercial Cleaning and Infection Prevention markets.Innovators and specialists in environmental hygiene, UMF Corporation delivers advanced, patented antimicrobial technology with industry-leading PerfectCLEAN® products, education, training, motivation and support. The company, headquartered in the Chicago suburb of Skokie, IL, is the only U.S. company that designs, engineers and manufactures high-performance fibers and accessories to help its customers meet tough new challenges in public health and safety. Visit www.perfectclean.com to learn more.

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