Transvac Offers Architects AIA Health, Safety, Welfare Credit

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New course focuses on waste, recycling and soiled linen handling in hospitals.

TransVac, the trusted leader in automated trash, recycling and soiled linen collection and transport solutions for hospitals, today announces a new American Institute of Architects (AIA) Continuing Education System (CES) registered course for architects and facility planners that serve the healthcare industry.

“Waste, Recycling and Soiled Linen Collection and Transport in Hospitals: Health, Safety, Welfare Considerations” is a one AIA HSW learning-unit course that provides participants an in-depth understanding of the inefficiencies and health risks associated with traditional methods of collecting and removing dirty material within hospitals.

Automated solutions offer facilities greater cleanliness, significant cost savings and improved space utilization. These systems will be discussed in the course, including components, installation methods and key requirements to enable planners to assist their hospital clients.

“This course will educate architects on issues that are moving hospitals toward automated waste, recycling and soiled linen solutions,” says TransVac President Harry Pliskin. “Architects can earn AIA Health, Safety, Welfare credit over a lunch hour without leaving their office facilities.”

TransVac Solutions is an AIA/CES Approved Provider. To arrange for an AIA continuing education course at your firm, please contact TransVac Solutions at 303.327.8187 or email cwarren(at)transvacsolutions(dot)com.

About TransVac

TransVac Solutions is a Denver-based company with more than 40 years of success providing turnkey, engineered material handling solutions for hospitals with industry leading capabilities in LEED and EBD design and space utilization. TransVac defines the future of waste, recycling and soiled linen removal solutions by providing hospitals with a smart, safe and cost effective alternative that frees up real estate and optimizes building design. Furthermore, this solution substantially limits the infection risk of waste collection while delivering impressive cost savings throughout the life of the facility. To learn more, visit http://www.transvacsolutions.com.

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TransVac Solutions
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