The first investment Panhandle CR has made is in regards to the sensitive work we do in critical spaces including the environment of care, clean rooms, isolation rooms, ICU’s, laboratories, clinics, and other spaces where pathogen and contaminant exposure risk is high. To that end, we have invested in the accreditation of each of our Emergency Service Managers, Project Managers as well as our Vice President in CERC or Critical Environment (Disaster) Reconstruction Contractors by the Linders Health Institute.
This ICRA (Infection Control Risk Assessment) credential is accredited by the USGBC and the American Institute of Architects. ICRA and CERC addresses the planning and execution of safety measures, as well as compliance to the best practices for reduction of exposure risks during construction, renovation and remediation of buildings, spaces or environments in healthcare and related industries. The Institute’s ICRA (Infection Control Risk Assessment) Course has obtained global recognition and is now used as the USGBC’s course for healthcare and the American Institute of Architects (AIA) for continuing Education.
Panhandle is committed to highest compliance standards for the construction, mitigation or restoration of facilities. These standards are specifically designed to reduce or eliminate exposure to contaminants and/or pathogens and their impact on the efficacy of products, safety of workers, and employees during and after any construction or mitigation/restoration process.