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It is estimated that, 99,000 people die in hospitals every year due to secondary infections contracted during their stays or procedures.
One of these secondary infections is known as cross contamination, which can follow during hospital remodels installments. These infections can derive from ceiling removal, walls, flooring, etc. This process releases agents that may be trapped behind ceilings and walls, and under floors. If not controlled properly, these infectious agents are transmitted through HVAC systems, drafts and feet tracking. This can spread through other areas of the hospital occupied by patients with unhealthy immune systems, meaning, susceptible to secondary infections.
Teleconnect members use proper equipment and containment units to control pathogens and other secondary infections. The containment units secure airflow, protecting patients and work without disrupting nearby operations
Using containment units properly and following ICRA guidelines, Teleconnect is able to work safely and effectively in all areas of the hospital, including operating rooms.
Fire protection is a critical consideration for architects, engineers and contractors responsible for creating the design, specification and construction of new buildings. It must also be considered in the ongoing maintenance of occupied spaces.
The elements that combine to ignite a fire are largely outside of the architect and engineers’ control; however, steps can be taken to control the spread of fire once it has started. Effective fire control within a building is generally achieved through a combination of active and passive fire protection systems.
Passive fire protection systems are integrated into the structure of a building, restricting the spread of smoke and fire to a compartment that is comprised of fire-rated walls, floors and ceilings. To the extent possible, all penetrations through these fire-rated walls, floors and ceilings should be fire-stopped in accordance to a tested and approved system.
Additionally, all bottom-of-wall, top-of-wall, and wall-to-wall joints in this fire-rated compartment should be fire-stopped in accordance to a tested and approved system. Fire-stop systems are designed to contain fire and minimize the amount of smoke passing through joints and penetrations to allow occupants more time to safely exit the building.
Teleconnect’s Ortronics Certification addresses critical design and installation practices. The training and educational program team members received is designed to ensure certified contractors can install and verify a strong network infrastructure.
Teleconnect members are knowledgeable, experienced and well trained. Certified contractors ensure a better return on investment for the end customer’s network investment. Contractor certification is an important component of successful installations that is often overlooked.
Teleconnect team members are trained and certified in all that follows:
TeleConnect is also Certified and Licensed with Florida’s Limited Energy License Patent Privacy.