This is Part 2 (of 3) offered as a part of the Maintenance Director Apprenticeship Program.
This workshop is open to anyone but especially for Maintenance Directors currently working in an Idaho skilled nursing, assisted living, or ICF facility. It is designed to enhance the professional’s knowledge and is presented by subject matter experts. This interactive class will give the professionals the opportunity to share thoughts, challenges, best practices, and perspective.
Mountain Time Zone 8:30 am – 11:15 am
Managing Outside Contractors & Consultants
The Maintenance Director needs to have the ability to perform routine maintenance around the building such as fixing structural damage, but also know when the job requires a licensed professional. You may be responsible to obtain, oversee, and update contract services.
• OSHA Consultation Program
• Pest Management
• Plumber – Do’s & Don’ts…common plumbing issues you can handle and when to use a licensed professional
• Electrician – When you need to call a licensed electrician
• Landscaping maintenance & snow removal
• HVAC & indoor air quality
• Hazardous Waste Disposal
• Tools & Resources for Energy Efficiency in the Workplace
11:15 am – 11:45 am LUNCH 11:45 am – 1:45 pm
Most managers are expected to manage money as part of their job. That includes making sure that a budget is monitored. The Maintenance Director has an important role in helping their facility maintain the bottom line.
• Recognize the basic principles of budgeting
• Understand how to read your department’s budget
• Differentiate between the Capital Equipment Budget and the Operations Budget
• Review calculating per patient cost
2:00 pm – 4:45 pm
Risk Management & Preventative Maintenance Programs
Are You Proactive or Reactive? With a small upfront investment of time and attention, you can put in place a comprehensive preventive maintenance plan that turns the vicious circle into a virtuous cycle.
• Understand your role in infection prevention, chemical storage & MSDS sheets, and participation on the committee.
• Understand your role & responsibilities to the QAPI committee.
• Learn how to identify & correct potential workplace safety issues.
• How to set up a program and maintain records for a preventative maintenance program in your facility.
Links to handouts will be e-mailed to registered attendees.
- $99. up to 7 CEUs possible.
Registration/payment for a live ZOOM webinar does not guarantee CEUs will be awarded.
One  CEU is awarded for every sixty  minutes of actual live ZOOM webinar presentation time.
CEUs are awarded only to those individuals:
> Who are “registered” for the LIVE ZOOM webinar (no substitutions are made). Registered attendees receive a log-in link unique to the registrant and with a note that the link is “unique” and not to be shared, and with an additional NOTE: “IF you share your unique registration link or the phone number, you risk losing CEUs for this program!”
> In actual attendance of the presentation (ZOOM “Attendance Report” documents actual time logged-in and logged-out. During the housekeeping comments, registered attendees are informed “to receive CEUs you must attend the entire presentation and complete the polling question at the end of the presentation.”
> At the end of the presentation a polling question is provided for the registered attendee to “certify they have attended the entire presentation.”
IHCA staff will pull “Attendees”; “Q&A” and “Poll” reports from ZOOM to ascertain registrants on the webinar, length of time they were on and completion of the polling “certifying” they attended the entire program. Only those registrants will have their name submitted to receive CEUs.
Registrants are not to share their log-in link or webinar phone number. Doing so could result in the authorized registrant not receiving CEUs for the session.
If a registrant is unable to attend, there is a link at the bottom of their registration e-mail, 1 day, and 1-hour reminder e-mails that allows them to cancel their registration for a refund, prior to the start of the webinar.
Registrants must retain copies of their CEU certificate and any handouts in the event they are audited by the licensing agency.
Education offered by IHCA may also be sufficient for other license types (i.e. social work, certified dietary manager, etc.) as long as the learning objectives and educational levels of the presenter(s) meet the licensure requirements. It is up to each attendee to determine the appropriateness of a session and whether it will meet the requirements of their license type.