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  • Sustainability Online Course 2: Drivers for Healthcare Sustainability

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    This module will highlight the different healthcare-specific drivers for integrating sustainability across the organization—with an emphasis on pinpointing the right drivers to “sell” the concept to different leaders across the organization.

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    There are multiple reasons to tackle sustainability in the healthcare sector. This module will highlight the different healthcare-specific drivers for integrating sustainability across the organization—with an emphasis on pinpointing the right drivers to “sell” the concept to different leaders across the organization.

    Members & Subscribers: FREE! / Non-Members: $19.95

  • Sustainability Online Course 3: Setting Up Infrastructure for Sustainability

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    This module will lay out a framework for building an infrastructure to support sustainability in healthcare institutions.

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    Getting started on sustainability can sometimes be the hardest part. Where does one begin? This module will lay out a framework for building an infrastructure to support sustainability in healthcare institutions. From engaging leadership to building a functional team to identifying sustainability lead—this module will help participants understand how hospitals are successfully tackling this work

    Members & Subscribers: FREE! / Non-Members: $19.95

  • Sustainability Online Course 4: Developing a Baseline for Sustainability

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    This module will walk participants through a framework for developing a baseline for sustainability.

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    You can’t manage what you don’t measure. And you can’t benchmark progress if you don’t know where you started from. This module will walk participants through a framework for developing a baseline for sustainability. It will highlight both qualitative and quantitative baselines development as well as tools that can assist in this process.

    Members & Subscribers: FREE! / Non-Members: $19.95

  • Sustainability Online Course 5: Conducting a Sustainability Gap Analysis and Setting Goals

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    This module will assist participants in developing appropriate metrics for different sustainability areas and benchmarking progress against industry standards.

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    This module lays out how to utilize data and site-specific factors to determine appropriate sustainability goals for a healthcare setting. It walks participants through a sample goal-setting exercise and reinforces the importance of ensuring goals are both strategic and measurable, and that someone on staff is accountable for their success. How can an organization track its progress on sustainability over time? This module will assist participants in developing appropriate metrics for different sustainability areas and benchmarking progress against industry standards. It will also highlight mechanisms to build the organization’s sustainability brand and get recognition for the organization’s sustainability successes.

    Members & Subscribers: FREE! / Non-Members: $19.95

  • HHI Series: Health Product Declaration - A Consistent Language for Product Ingredient Reporting

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 07/15/2014

    Recorded on 7/16/14 - The Health Product Declaration (HPD) is an objective tool for the accurate reporting of product contents and how each ingredient relates to the bigger picture for human and ecological health. It increases the transparency and accuracy of product content and associated health information by ensuring that they are reported in a consistent manner.

    Session Description 

    The Health Product Declaration (HPD) is an objective tool for the accurate reporting of product contents and how each ingredient relates to the bigger picture for human and ecological health. It increases the transparency and accuracy of product content and associated health information by ensuring that they are reported in a consistent manner. The HPD framework can assist designers, specifiers, building owners and occupants to refine the material selection process during design and material, finish and furniture selections to move toward healthier buildings and communities. This session is an opportunity for attendees to learn about the HPD’s simplified method to inventory ingredients and their health impacts. We will also discuss how the HPD creates a common language that is integrated into building certification systems, product labels, and product assessments. By the end of the session, attendees will have a straightforward format to guide conversations between manufacturers and consumers as well as self-directed research, and a deeper understanding of the critical importance of transparency as a contributing factor for the ultimate success of the building industry.

    Learning Objectives

    • Explain the Health Product Declaration: how it was developed, why it is needed in the marketplace, and who are championing its use.
    • Understand the context of the building materials ecosystem and the correlation between building products and human health.
    • Interpret the significance of product ingredient reporting to improve the specification process and refine the next generation of available products.
    • Identify building rating systems, product certifications, and product labels that are harmonizing with the Health Product Declaration.

    Presenters

    Jean Hansen, FIIDA, LEED Fellow, CID, EDAC, AAHID, Senior Professional Associate, Sustainable Interiors Manager, HDR Architecture, Inc.

    Jean Hansen has 30+ years of experience in sustainable design, planning and interior design, and is responsible for advancing HDR's sustainability initiatives globally in project and research work for healthcare and institutional environments. She has worked on the development of many nationally recognized sustainable resources, including the USGBC’s LEED Healthcare rating system, BIFMA’s e3 and level sustainable furniture standard, the Health Product Declaration (HPD) pilot and now serves as a Founding Board Member for the HPD Collaborative and is a LEED Fellow. She has been responsible for numerous sustainable and LEED projects, developed sustainable guidelines and training for clients, and integrated sustainability into multi-million dollar projects. Her clients have included Federal agencies such as the U.S. Army and the Department of Veteran Affairs, the University of California, Stanford and multiple healthcare organizations.

    Eden Brukman, RA, Technical Director, Health Product Declaration Collaborative

    A highly regarded instigator of actions for ecological accord, Eden Brukman has focused on establishing socially and environmentally responsible solutions for human habitat since 1996 – particularly as it relates to the systemic reform of traditional resource flows and supply chain impacts of building materials. Eden is coauthor of Living Building Challenge and directed its evolution and global deployment from 2007-2012. She also contributed to the development of the Health Product Declaration, Pharos Project, and other building industry standards. Her advocacy efforts have led to policy reform, decentralized building and community developments, and the creation of a network of local action groups called ‘Collaboratives’ in cities all over the world. Eden is a licensed architect, seasoned public speaker, and founder of Concenter Solutions. She looks forward to connecting with all enthusiasts of the Health Product Declaration.

    Tim Cole, LEED AP, BD+C, Head of Sustainability, Forbo Flooring Systems

    Obtaining his BFA degree and then working toward his Masters in Marketing and Communicative Arts and Design at Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond VA. Tim has been with Forbo for the past 23 years and involved in the flooring industry since 1970. Since employed by Forbo he has been fortunate enough to undertake many challenging responsibilities in many different departments both in North America and in Europe. Tim’s responsibilities have ranged from Technical Rep to Sales Manager to Director overseeing the Technical, Marketing and Customer Service in North America, then spending time in Europe as Product Innovation Manager for the linoleum division. Prior to his current position Tim was responsible for environmental initiatives and product development, as well as the development of eLearning programs for Forbo North America. He served on the USGBC Board of Directors for 8 years, and on the Executive Committee for 4 years as Treasure, Chair-elect, 2010 Board Chairman, and Immediate Past Chair in 2011, the current Chair of the USGBC Board Governance Committee. He also has served as the President for the Alliance for Sustainable Built Environments, a current Board Member for the CAN DO Economic Development Organization for North Eastern PA, the current Chairman of the ASTM Resilient Flooring Committee, a member of the ISO Flooring Committee, a member of the ASTM and ISO Sustainability Committees, and on the advisory committee for The Institute for Market Transformation to Sustainability (MTS), and with his extra time presents at various conferences on sustainability issues.

    Pricing 

    Member: $0   Non-member: $0

  • HHI Series: Engaging Employees for Sustainability Success

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Recorded on 5/21/2013:Healthcare organizations run intense operations - often open 24/7, using vast amounts of energy and resources, all while working to serve the local community. Often the largest employer in a community, healthcare organizations have the opportunity to drive positive change and promote sustainability initiatives. A key component to ensuring sustainability initiatives result in successful programs is through the commitment and support of leadership, constant engagement of key stakeholders, and ongoing communication celebrating and promoting these successes. Learn some strategies for effective employee engagement and build that into your HHI goals!

    Session Description 

    Healthcare organizations run intense operations - often open 24/7, using vast amounts of energy and resources, all while working to serve the local community. Often the largest employer in a community, healthcare organizations have the opportunity to drive positive change and promote sustainability initiatives. A key component to ensuring sustainability initiatives result in successful programs is through the commitment and support of leadership, constant engagement of key stakeholders, and ongoing communication celebrating and promoting these successes. Learn some strategies for effective employee engagement and build that into your HHI goals!

    Learning Objectives

    • Apply the smallest of behaviors to get the utmost in employee engagement
    • Determine employee engagement with the end in mind, what needs to end and what is the end point of the work
    • Leverage the 10 block pyramid of engagement to determine key actions and inputs to impact engagement
    • Ensure engagement is attached to the key results of the organization
    • Call forth employee "voice" in all phases of the engagement work
    • Learn from Tenet Health System's employee wellness and engagement programs

    Presenters

    David Zinger, David Zinger Associates, The Employee Engagement Network

    David Zinger is the leading global independent expert on employee engagement. He is a sought after speaker, educator, coach, author, and consultant focused intently on employee engagement. David founded and hosts theEmployee Engagement Network, bringing together over 5800 people from around the globe to improve and increase employee engagement. He has worked with engagement in Canada, United States, Poland, Wales, India, Germany, England, Spain, and South Africa.

    David’s varied and pervasive experience includes 15 years embedded as the employee assistance counsellor at Seagram, Ltd. This was the home of Crown Royal and David was instrumental in fostering personal and career engagement for this organization.

    David is an educator. David has taught educational psychology and counselling psychology at the University of Manitoba for 25 years. He has created and designed 15 university degree courses plus courses on adult learning and engaged leadership.

    David developed the 10 Block Pyramid of Engagement to focus on practical and tactical engagement based on the premise that there is little capacity for more in most organizations and that employee engagement is never more than 10 blocks away.

    David brings an expansive and open prairie perspective to his work. He has lived his life on the Canadian prairies and this prairie influence includes a wide open view of engagement, a down-to-earth perspective on work, a connection to people and community, being on the same level as everyone else, and creating authentic results.

    Melinda Lokey, Director Human Resources Services and Projects, Tenet Health System

    Melinda Lokey is a Director of HR Services with Tenet Healthcare and serves on the Tenet Sustainability Advisory Council. Tenet is a sponsoring organization for the Healthier Hospital Initiative with hospitals and other operating units in 49 states. 

    Pricing

    Member: $0   Non-member: $0

  • CleanMed 2014

    Contains 39 Component(s) Recorded On: 06/05/2014

    The recordings from CleanMed 2014 are now available. All the Concurrent Sessions were recorded and are available for free to members.

    Thanks to all the attendees, volunteers, and leaders that made CleanMed 2014 June 2-5 in Cleveland a success! The learning doesn't have to end when the conference does. Recorded conference sessions are now available to registered attendees! Explore the plenary and conference sessions delivered across tracks including Leadership, Climate & Energy, Waste Management, Green Building, Safer Materials, Greening the Supply Chain, and Food.

    Did you miss the event, or were you unable to attend? Practice Greenhealth members receive FREE ACCESS to the CleanMed 2014 recorded sessions through the Greenhealth Academy. You now access and download the presentation materials from most of the sessions held across the three-day event.

    Hope you enjoy the sessions.

  • CM14E1-Measuring Sustainability Performance in Health Care

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 06/05/2014

    Recorded on 06/05/2014 - As sustainability begins to become standard practice in health care, it will require a standard system of measuring progress. Practice Greenhealth has spent the past ten years collecting data on sustainability performance in the health care sector.

    Session Description

    As sustainability begins to become standard practice in health care, it will require a standard system of measuring progress. Practice Greenhealth has spent the past ten years collecting data on sustainability performance in the health care sector. Each year, the organization analyzes this data and identifies a set of metrics that are indicators of progress on the sustainability front. The sustainability landscape continues to evolve, as do the set of metrics by which it can be measured. This session will highlight key findings from the 2013 Sustainability Benchmark Report as well as outline key metrics being used to evaluate sustainability performance. Come participate in a dynamic discussion about how to select the right data points to most accurately reflect sustainability performance.

    Presenters

    Cecilia DeLoach Lynn, LEED AP, Director, Facility Engagement & Metrics, Practice Greenhealth | Christina Vernon, AIA, Assistant Vice President, Office for a Healthy Environment, Carolinas Healthcare

    Pricing

    Member: $0   Non-member: $29

  • CM14E2-Chilled Beams Recuperate Patient Rooms: Innovative HVAC for New and Existing Facilities

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Recorded on 06/05/2014 - Chilled beam technology yields lower first cost, lower energy costs, saves embodied energy, uses less space, eliminates recirculated air concerns, enhances occupant wellbeing and comfort, and creates quieter spaces.

    Session Description 

    Chilled beam technology yields lower first cost, lower energy costs, saves embodied energy, uses less space, eliminates recirculated air concerns, enhances occupant wellbeing and comfort, and creates quieter spaces. Learn how two landmark projects addressed regulatory and engineering hurdles, including post-occupancy data from Affinity Health's renovation and operation of 11 postpartum rooms, and 10 labor/delivery rooms in Appleton, Wisconsin. Then explore the integrated process that Arup, Kaiser Permanente corporate safety officers, and the strict California Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD) used to enable the use of 641 active chilled beams in the patient rooms and associated support areas of the new 600,000 square foot greenfield Kaiser Permanente Central San Diego Hospital.

    Presenters

    Scott Easton, PE, LEED AP, Architectural Engineer, Principal, Affiliated Engineers, Inc. | Bill Scrantom, PE, Principal, Americas Region Healthcare Leader, Arup Americas | Travis R. English, PE CEP LEED-AP, Chief Design Engineer and Engineering Manager, Kaiser Permanente | Gary Kusnierz, Vice President of Performance Excellence, Mercy Health Care

    Pricing

    Member: $0   Non-member: $29

  • CM14E3-Two Innovative Strategies for Minimizing the Health and Environmental Impacts of Chemotherapy Drugs

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Recorded on 06/05/2014 - Join in for two viewpoints on Cytotoxic Drug Innovation – One from University Hospital Health System’s Geauga Medical Centeron dose distribution to prevent waste generation and pharmaceutical footprint and the second with Pharma-Cycle on proper protocol for safe handling of cytotoxic drugs and other materials in the home, for safety of patient and family, after the patient leaves the facility.

    Session Description 

    Join in for two viewpoints on Cytotoxic Drug Innovation – One from University Hospital Health System’s Geauga Medical Centeron dose distribution to prevent waste generation and pharmaceutical footprint and the second with Pharma-Cycle on proper protocol for safe handling of cytotoxic drugs and other materials in the home, for safety of patient and family, after the patient leaves the facility.

    Presenters

    Jason Glowczewski, Director of Pharmacy, Community Hospitals at University Hospitals of Cleveland | Jim Mullowney, President, Pharma-Cycle, Inc

    Pricing

    Member: $0   Non-member: $29