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The Joint Commission Life Safety Standards
December 3, 2020 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 am MST$125
The registration fee is per person for this webinar.
This webinar will focus on the recent changes, areas of focus, and trouble spots regarding the Joint Commission Life Safety Standards that are based on the NFPA 101 Life Safety Code – 2012 Edition. The presentation is also applicable to hospitals that are accredited by DNV Healthcare that also enforces the Life Safety Code – 2012 Edition. This program will review requirements regarding Interim Life Safety Measures, Life Safety Drawings, and areas of focus regarding the Life Safety Code Healthcare Occupancy requirements.
Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to:
- Understand current requirements regarding Statement of Conditions and Life Safety Code assessment;
- Understand when interim life safety measures are required;
- Understand requirements for life safety drawings;
- Understand requirements for sleeping and non-sleeping patient care suites; and
- Understand when a risk assessment of an operating room as a wet procedure location is required.
CEOs, CNOs, risk managers, hospital plant managers/engineers, facility managers, directors of buildings and grounds, compliance officers, safety officers and hospital personnel who are responsible for The Joint Commission Accreditation Life Safety Code compliance
Fred J. Osborne, P.E., is president of Osborne Engineering, Inc., located in Wilmette, Illinois. He has more than 34 years of national healthcare consulting experience and has been a clinical faculty member with The Joint Commission. Additionally, he has been a member/advisor of the Joint Commission Committee on Healthcare Safety and has extensive experience with both teaching The Joint Commission Environment of Care and Life Safety Standards, as well as working directly with healthcare organizations.
November 26; 5:00 p.m. MST
Access instructions and materials will be emailed to the person completing the order prior to the program date. If you do not receive the instructions at least 24-hours in advance, please contact IHA.