Since 1987, Winter Environmental has worked in multiple healthcare facilities including general treatment, trauma and assisted care facilities from the Southwest to the Mid-Atlantic United States.
At the forefront of all Winter Environmental’s work with healthcare facilities is an understanding of the appreciation of the healthcare environment and how, more than any other industry, it is often necessary for the facility’s operations to be inhibited as little as possible throughout our work. Even the simplest remediation activities including asbestos, lead and mold abatement, construction, and demolition create obvious and understandable concerns for workers and patients alike.
The nature of healthcare facility remediation, abatement, demolition and construction requires the utmost care and attention in Infection Control Risk and Assessment (ICRA) procedures, establishing reliable and adequate containment, abatement, mitigation and decontamination throughout the process. Additionally, clear communication must be maintained between Winter Environmental and employees and personnel of the healthcare facility.
Our staff has been trained and certified by numerous healthcare operations and organizations relating to ICRA and Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO). We also stay abreast of all industry trends to best serve our clients.