THE PRIORITY ONE SERIES OF TRAINING PROGRAMS
FOR HEALTHCARE PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT WORKERS

Our Core Priority One Series of Courses

Priority One Training Courses

Education You Need For The Work You Do

ONLINE TRAINING


What's Different About Working in Healthcare?

What's Different About Working in Healthcare Facilities

A MUST for all healthcare physical environment workers.

  • For contractor employees, it's an introduction to the many unique aspects of working in healthcare facilities
  • For healthcare physical environment staff, it's basic training for new hires, and Continuing Education for more tenured staff

Bloodborne Pathogens: What You Need to Know

Bloodborne Pathogens: What You Need to Know

A general information course to inform physical environment workers to the dangers of BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS.

Best Practices for Working in Healthcare Part 1

Best Practices When Working in Healthcare Facilities
Part 1

Specifically designed with the management of Hospital Facilities, Security and EOC in mind.

Best Practices for Working in Healthcare Part 2

Best Practices When Working in Healthcare Facilities
Part 2

The workers learn the many do's and don'ts about working in healthcare environments.


Is this the contractor worker you want in your facility?

trained facility workers

OR

Do you prefer well-trained workers adhering to safety protocols and guidelines?

trained workers


It's All About Training

Your patients deserve the best

THE QUESTION IS NOT:
"Why do I want trained contractor employees in my hospital?"

trained healthcare staff

THE QUESTION IS:
"Why would I NOT want trained contractor employees in my hospital?"


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healthcare environment training

TJC, DNV and HFAP, among others, require training for outside vendors and contractors. These requirements are covered by Priority One Training

 

“The idea for Priority One came as a request from several vendors who stated they were concerned that their employees did not understand What’s Different About Working In Healthcare.”– Jack Rutledge