Safe and reliable machinery is an essential component of risk management for healthcare organizations. Mechanical and electrical breakdowns can present a threat to patient safety and facility operations. Risk managers must be prepared to respond to situations in every unit and department.
Keeping Patients Safe from Critical Equipment Breakdowns
You will learn about exposures unique to:
- Life critical systems
- Medical diagnostic equipment
- Robotic surgical equipment
- Cardiac telemetry systems
- Other mechanical and electrical breakdowns
- Fire damage
- Water damage
- Power supply interruption
Who should attend:
- Risk managers
- Hospital and other healthcare administrators
- Healthcare IT professionals
- Operations managers
This webinar will be of interest to hospitals, medical centers and allied health care facilities and laboratories; nursing homes and senior living facilities; and other healthcare providers in both the U.S. and Canada.
James E. Burke, CSP, ARM, CHMM, ABCP, HUB International
Jim is an Environmental Health and Safety Manager and Insurance Risk Control professional with over 20 years of experience implementing successful corporate and site specific environmental health and safety programs; developing and implementing risk minimization and mitigation strategies; and advising small, medium, and large businesses on proven best practices for protecting persons and property.
Ken Macy, Risk Control Specialist, CNA Insurance
Ken Macy has 35 years of experience in safety and risk control from both the petro chemical and insurance industries. He is currently a specialist with CNA Risk Control in Boston, where he provides property and casualty risk control services to healthcare customers, including hospitals and long term care facilities.
William Reny, Risk Control Consultant, CNA Insurance
William Reny is an equipment breakdown insurance risk control professional and a National Board Commissioned Inspector. He has several years of experience developing risk mitigation strategies as well as completing regulatory inspections and claims investigations for a broad range of healthcare organizations.