EPIC Response has teams focused on providing restoration and infection control services in healthcare facilities. We are dedicated to protecting our teams and the wellbeing of our client’s employees, visitors and patients.
We work closely with healthcare engineers, infection control and nursing staff, environmental services, administrators, general contractors and vendors to engineer controls and construct physical barriers designed to prevent airborne construction dust from cross-contaminating unaffected areas as identified in the Infection Control Risk Assessment (ICRA) plan.
We utilize environmental control techniques to manage indoor air quality, including improved particulate control, moisture control, and pressurization strategies. These activities, in conjunction with constructing decontamination chambers and maintaining a clean work environment, significantly reduce the transmission of infectious agents associated with the restoration or construction process.
We remain current with guidelines issued by the American Society of Healthcare Engineers, Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, American Institute of Architects and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
If you’re interested in learning more about ICRA, please sign up on our Training Program page for a half-day training course.