In consultation with medical industry experts in pathogen containment during
occupied facility construction work, the CITF assembled vital, up-to-date
technical material for initial training, and established protocols for
consistent curriculum review and updates as new technologies emerge. We also
researched which best practices would deliver the trained professionals that a
health care job site requires.
Training Program Goals
- Develop comprehensive skill-sets to address the concerns of health care
administrators for containing pathogens, protecting patients, and working
without disrupting operations.
- Heighten the sense of accountability and responsibility for those working in
- Create a workforce for all levels of the project: From apprentices and
journeymen, to foremen and superintendents.
A Collaborative Approach Meeting the Needs of Industry Partners
- This Best Practices program is designed to enhance the existing craft skills
of UBC members.
- This training is consistent with the CITF’s standard protocol of
expert-reviewed, certified-instructor curriculum delivery.
- The needs of the end-user remain a focal point during training, so that UBC
meet and exceed project expectations.