This live webcast seminar will arm you with knowledge, tools, and strategies to ensure your organization is in compliance with The Joint Commission’s (TJC) Environment of Care (EC) standards. Hear from TJC engineers (past and present) as they discuss current challenges,compliance tips, and strategies to ensure a successful survey every time. You’ll learn how to build a framework that delivers the highest level of patient safety and care.
In addition, don't forget to also us the following two days for Exploring the Life Safety Chapter on April 27-28, 2023.
A team of TJC experts will guide you through case studies, updates to standards, and hot-button EC issues – while providing proven methods, frameworks, and solutions every step of the way.
Survey and Accreditation Overview
Learn how to best navigate the survey and accreditation processes with guidance from Joint Commission experts. Get an in-depth look at real-life case studies.
Hazardous Materials, Medical Equipment, and Utilities Management
Discover effective strategies for inventory, maintenance, and incident management across key EC areas.
EC Updates and Trends
Tap into the top EC minds for insight into current trends and recent changes to help you prepare for your next survey.
This two day event is perfect for anyone preparing for a TJC survey or working to build the safest environment for staff and patients. Content is targeted at those who are new to their role or those who want a refresher course in TJC standards, including risk and accreditation managers, and quality managers and directors, Certified Facility Managers and Certified Healthcare Safety Professionals
The attendees will have access to program materials through the Learning Management System until: June 28, 2023
This program is for individual users only. It should not be shared, disseminated, downloaded, or posted for widespread or public use.
The Joint Commission is a private, not-for-profit organization dedicated to continuously improving the safety and quality of care provided to the public. Joint Commission Resources, Inc. (JCR), a wholly controlled, not-for-profit affiliate of The Joint Commission, is the official publisher and educator of The Joint Commission.