Client News 7/29/09

“Window System Selection for Healthcare Facilities” presented Aug. 11, 1:30 ET

Healthcare facility managers, directors, architects and other building team members are registering for “Window System Selection for Healthcare Facilities,” an audio conference held Aug. 11, 1:30-3:00 p.m. Eastern Time. Presented by Wausau Window and Wall Systems’ healthcare market manager, Lisa May, the conference is hosted by FacilityCare.

“A well-designed facility can improve the comfort and recovery of its patients, as well as the productivity and satisfaction of its staff. Daylight and natural ventilation contribute to achieving these benefits, making window system selections an important consideration for healthcare facilities,” says May. “In addition to the sunlight and fresh air, high-performance window systems can assist with energy-efficient, cost-effective operations, and offer critical protection in emergency situations such as fires, earthquakes and hurricanes. Whether building new facilities, expanding existing structures or renovating aging buildings; participants will learn more about how to choose the best window systems for their needs.”

Attendees may register online at WorkplaceTrainingCenter.com. Fees for this live event start at $199.00. The program meets the requirements for Certified Healthcare Facility Manager (CHFM) and Certified Healthcare Safety Professional (CHSP) Continuing Education Credits. Those participating in the 90-minute audio conference may earn 0.15 CEU credits.

For a PDF of the full press release, please click here.

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