The theme of the 2016 CHES National Conference is "RISKY BUSINESS: Is Healthcare Sustainable?" Speaker abstracts are now being accepted for the conference, which will be held in Vancouver BC, September 11-13, 2016. Please use the online application form to submit your topic.
Call for Expression of Interest for Emergency Facilities Management Human Resource Listing Service
Emergent situations occur all the time in Canadian Healthcare Institutions, yet maintaining Business Continuity is essential and could be compromised by the unavailability of experienced human resources. Particularly in the context of a local disaster situation, be it natural, man-made, or pandemic in nature.
There are also situations arising where health care facilities that are heavily involved in project work need temporary assistance, and specific knowledge and skills, to help them see the projects through to completion.
Announcing the Canadian Certified Healthcare Facilities Manager (CCHFM) designation!
Successful candidates can append the letters CCHFM after their name and earn recognition as an elite professional in the healthcare industry. Be one of the first to earn this coveted designation!
CHES is pleased to announce that the Canadian Healthcare Construction Course has been accredited by the Gold Seal Accreditation Board of the Canadian Construction Association.
To learn more about the Gold Seal Certification program and how to become certified, click here.
Please tell your colleagues in the construction industry about the Healthcare Construction Course and its Gold Seal status!
Registrer Now for the 2015 Webinar Series!
|Wed. April 29||Energy efficiency, condensation control and personal protection starts with inspecting mechanical insulation|
|Wed. Oct. 28||Combustible piping in health care facilities|
|Wed. Nov. 25||Proposed requirements for Z317.2-15 (HVAC)|