Solution Mobile Containment

Understanding Infection Control Risk Assessment (ICRA) 

Understanding Infection Control Risk Assessment (ICRA) [cherry_sharing networks=”facebook,twitter,googleplus,pinterest,linkedin,tumblr,stumbleupon,reddit”] Infection prevention programs lay the foundation for eradicating an infection from their roots in a designated facility or environment, specifically after occupants suffering from a disease have vacated the place. This program consists of: Eradicating or, at least, significantly reducing the chances of viral spreads from the Read more…

How Can Mobile Containment Aid in Firestopping Jobs?

How Can Mobile Containment Aid in Firestopping Jobs? The main purpose of mobile containment is to prevent infection when accessing the ductwork above the ceiling. It is especially used in sensitive areas like operating rooms and intensive care units. Dust, debris, and infectious particles are harbored above-ceiling. When these elements are exposed, they can compromise Read more…

Just Arrived: The Solution Fusion Mobile Containment Unit is Here!

The newest member of The Solution Mobile Containment family has arrived…and just in time to show it off at the ASHE Annual Conference next week.  The original Solution 10 and Solution 13 have been helping hospitals across the U.S. to minimize hospital associated infections (HAI’s). Although we receive such positive feedback, we asked customers to tell us what would make it even Read more…

Infection Cancels Almost 200 Surgeries – How to Avoid HAI’s In Your Facility

Infection Cancels Almost 200 Surgeries – How to Avoid HAI’s In Your Facility Healthcare-related Infections (HAI’s) is a four-letter word in the healthcare industry. Every person in the facility needs to do their part with infection control. This especially includes in-house and contract maintenance workers. About 5% of HAI’s are construction and maintenance related. HAI’s Read more…

How To Easily Meet ICRA Requirements with the One-Step Lift & Lock Mechanism

Construction, renovation and maintenance activities present a major concern for infection control, because they present a great risk of airborne dust and mold.  Infection Control Risk Assessments (ICRA) save lives by minimizing the risk of spreading or exposing patients to potentially harmful particles that can result in Healthcare Associated Infections. As recommended by the CDC Read more…

What Makes The Solution Unique?

The Solution Mobile Containment Unit is designed to enhance and simplify Infection Control during maintenance and construction projects that require above ceiling work. The Solution was designed with the contractors and maintenance personnel in mind, based on our experiences working in the field on fire damper inspections and firestopping projects. We found the need for Read more…

4 Steps To Ensure Proper Infection Control During Maintenance Projects in Hospitals

Healthcare associated infections are a significant safety risk for individuals obtaining care in a variety of settings. The Joint Commission  (TJC) continues to strengthen infection control standards in order to raise awareness that health care associated infections are a “national concern that can be acquired within any care, treatment or service setting, and transferred between settings, or brought Read more…

Why Use Containment Procedures in Hospitals and Commerical Buildings?

In sensitive environments such as hospitals, production facilities and laboratories, containment of dust and debris during building maintenance projects is crucial. Renovation, construction and installation projects are ongoing in busy facilities and these projects stir up dust which can carry harmful particles. In order to make sure dangerous pathogens are not able to travel into Read more…

Preventing Healthcare Associated Infections During Construction

This year at the CSHE Annual Conference, Dennis Cohan, President of PREVENT Life Safety, gave a talk on the importance of infection control in hospitals and other sensitive environments. Nationwide, about one in 20 patients entering a hospital will acquire a potentially deadly infection, according to the Department of Health and Human Services. The CDC Read more…