Who We Are
Founded in 1949, the association provides individuals in the Healthcare engineering field, with networking and education opportunities. We are affiliated with ASHE, American Society for Healthcare Engineering of the American Hospital Association
HFMADV Next Monthly Educational Meeting:
Next Monthly meeting is November 11th.
Radisson Trevose Hotel
Registration 5:15 pm
Meeting begins: 6:00 pm
Presenter: the FBI!
Topic: Cyber Security and Identify Theft!
Healthcare Facility Managers Association
Of Delaware Valley
Invites members and guests to join us at the 65th Anniversary Special Holiday Dinner & Recognition Party.
Holiday Party Reminder
Tuesday December 2, 2014
Entertainment: Spirit of Philadelphia
Special Gift to be handed out to those who attend!
RSVP a must by November 25 ; contact
for reservation by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost: (Pay at the Door)
HFMADV Members & spouses, $100.00
Guests and all others per person $55.00
Students : $25.00
Time: Registration 5:30 pm, Event is from 6:00 to 10:00 PM starting with a social hour cocktail hour, then dinner program and entertainment! The boat will leave if you are not on time.
New Job Posted
New Job Posted on the employment page, please check them out.
Hosted by Penn Presbyterian Hospital in cooperation with Healthcare Facility Managers of Delaware Valley (HFMADV) and ASHE Region 2 Chapter Partners
This is a great opportunity for someone to achieve and take the exam to be certified as a CHSP.
scope of the CHSP Exam attracts applicants from
The CHSP credential was established to focus on
the importance of using management principles
to improve the safety performance of healthcare
organizations. Since 1978, the Board has issued
more than 3,200 CHSP credentials. The broad various healthcare
backgrounds including, but
not limited to, safety, security, infection
prevention, employee health, nursing, quality
improvement, administration, risk management,
facility management, plant operations,
hazardous materials management, emergency
biomedical services, environmental services,
laboratory operations, nursing homes, surgery
centers, insurance loss control, and safety
consulting. management, life safety,
The CHSP credential continues to attract
applicants desiring to improve their professional
practice in healthcare safety and related
functions. Earning the CHSP credential provides
recognition and documents achievement.
The CHSP is recognized by the state of
Pennsylvania as Healthcare organizations need
certified professionals that understand how
proactive safety practice supports operational
effectiveness, improves care processes, and
reduces organizational costs.
Please follow the instructions on the registration form. If any questions please email Jeff Henne at Jeffrey.Henne@uphs.upenn.edu!
Do not wait, please sign up now!
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Hazardous Waste Management 40CFR and Hazardous Materials Transportation 49CFR Training
Who needs this training anyone who signs off on Hazardous Waste Manifests, Manager of Hazardous Waste (Chemical waste, bulk chemo waste, Pharmaceutical waste, etc.), back-up personal of who sign off of hazardous waste manifests!
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
HAZWOPER 29CFR Training
This course meets the requirements outlined in OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 for 8 (eight) hours of annual refresher training for workers at hazardous waste sites and workers responding to hazardous substance emergencies. This course is designed for general site workers who remove hazardous waste or workers who as part of their job are likely to witness or discover a hazardous substance release. This would be an initial course for First Responders Operations level personnel that provide initial defensive action.
Check in begins @ 7:30 AM
Both are set for: 8:00 AM- 5:00 PM
2400 Old Lincoln Highway
Trevose, PA 19053
Healthcare Engineers Association
of Southern New Jersey
Healthcare Attendee - Flyer
Corporate Invitation - Flyer
1st Conference & Technical Exhibition
Friday, December 12, 2014
Barry Brown Health Education Center
106 Carnie Blvd. Voorhees NJ 08043
Emergency Management Practices
Construction Project Review Process
NJDOH Licensing Standards
How to Comply With JC Standards
3 Different Presenters:
Paul Sarnese, IAHSS,
David Uhaze, NJDCA
John DiGirolomo, MBA, FASHECHFM, CHSP, CHEP
New Advocacy & Code Committee:
Chair: Jim Peterkin, Heery Fire Protection, Vice-President, Senior Protection Engineer
Co-Chair: Dan Campbell, Retired - Temple Univeristy Hospital
Co-Chair: Robert N. Roop, P.E., CBIE Criterium Lockatong Engineers
Co-Chair: Jospeh Szymanski, Presbyterian Hospital, Safety Director
Co-Chair: Jeff O'Neill, AIA, ACHA; Director of Engineering Services, Pennsylvania Hospital
If you have any Joint Commission, Fire Code, or Advovacy Issues of any kind , please email:
Proposed CMS rule needs your comments by March 31.You should also advise your “C Suite” of the proposal and its impact. They should submit comments too.
Submit your comment at http://www.regulations.gov/#!submitComment;D=CMS-2013-0269-0002
See the attachments for ASHE talking points, guidance on submitting comment, template for comments, ASHE presentation on the rule
There are links embedded below to get you to the entire proposed rule and some comments that have been submitted already
ASHE Insider: March 11, 2014
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) are accepting public comments on its proposed rule on emergency preparedness. The rule is available to read online. . About 150 comments regarding the proposal have already been submitted, including comments from the National Fire Protection Association. ASHE will be submitting comments before the March 31 deadline. ASHE Deputy Executive Director of Advocacy Chad Beebe, AIA, SASHE, offered the following suggestions to those who are working on their own comments:The comments most likely to affect regulatory decisions are ones that are constructive and clear. Comments should be supported by sound reasoning, scientific evidence, or real-world examples of how your hospital or facility will be affected. Copying and pasting comments or information submitted by others decreases the effectiveness of both your comment and the comment of the original submitter. The best comments explain, in your own words, the positive or negative effects of the proposed rule on your facility and others like it. Remember that public comments are not votes – a single well-written public comment can pull more weight than thousands of form Tips for Submitting Effective Commnets _________________________________________________________________________________________
Useful Twitter Account for Health Care Facility Managers:
SHE and the American Hospital Association:
American Hospital Association:@AHAhospital
American Hospital Association Advocacy issues:@AHAadvocacy
Regulators & Code Developers:
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services:@CMSGov
U.S. Department of Health & Human Services:@HHSGov
The Joint Commission:@TJ Commission
Joint Commission Resources:@JC _Resources
International Code Council:@IntlCode@Council
National Fire Protection Association:@NFPA
NFPA101:Life Safety Code:@NFPA101
Association for the Healthcare Environment:@AHEtweets
Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation:@aami_connect
Center for Health Design:@CHD_tweets
America Institute of Architects:@AIAnational
Health Facility Management magazine:@hfmmagazine
Medical Construction & Design Magazine:@MCDmag
Hospitals & Health Networks magazine:@hhnmag
Infection Control Today magazine:@ICT_magazine
Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services:@CMSGov
U.S. Department of Health & Human Services:HHSGov
The Joint Commission:@TJCommission
Joint Commission Resources:@JC_Resources
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