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Using Quality Data for Education and Training

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Sterile processing departments are persistently understaffed with high turnover which leads to higher defect rates. These defects have serious impacts on patient safety and are the third leading cause of operating room delays. So how can SPD leadership get actionable data they need to make impactful changes that will significantly improve sterile processing outcomes and…

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10 Minutes to a Better Building
How to Get the Best Filtration With the Lowest Life Cycle Cost

The costs of investing in good air quality for your building can come with a hefty price tag. As more and more companies and institutions look to pour money into improving their filters for better indoor air quality, or IAQ, additionally, there’s another challenge that appears when it comes to making the best HVAC decisions…

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10 Minutes to a Better Building
How to Improve the Air Quality of Your Building

Ensuring good air quality for your building can be quite a task. In recent years, indoor air quality, or IAQ, has been a priority for building management. But with the proper tools and knowledge one can discover the best ways to improve IAQ, and save money while still investing in modern and effective implementations. What…

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What’s the Difference Between Power Quality and Power Reliability?

The average home has become more automated and continues to advance technologically every year, much of it due to increasing power quality. With these improvements comes drawbacks in the form of reliability of devices, power consumption, and expectations of consumers. What is the difference between power quality and power reliability, and how do they intersect?…

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Architecture & Design
Studio Insights: Shining a Bright Light on Studio Design

Lighting isn’t a popular topic, but it means everything for creating quality productions. John Gebbie, New York Business Development Director, Barbizon Electric Company and Peter Provost, President and Director of Design, Provost Studio, spoke with Host Tyler Kern about this. Lighting systems integration is infrastructure. “My role in the equation is to bring all those…

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Is the FDA’s Accelerated Approval of Molnupiravir Setting a Pharmaceutical Standard?

In late December, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Emergency Use Authorization of Pfizer’s Paxlovid, a pill to help treat COVID-19. The next day another pill, Merck’s Molnupiravir, was approved. This marked a big step in the fight against COVID-19, especially with these pills now available in several states. The pace at which these…

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Two competing industry visionaries join forces to tackle telecom’s biggest challenge

Despite the astounding advances in technology the last 30 years, geospatial data and quality in telecommunications has not improved. Why is this? Tom Counts, president and CEO of 3-GIS, and Peter Batty, chief research officer of SSP Innovations, sat down with Host Daniel Litwin to dive into this phenomenon. This data is essential because…

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water conservation and sustainability
Water Conservation and Sustainability Are Critical for a Data Center’s Success
May 21, 2024

Digital infrastructure is essential, and as data centers expand, their environmental impact, water conservation and sustainability have come under scrutiny. As the demand for data storage and processing capabilities grows exponentially, so does the concern for the environmental impact of these facilities, particularly in terms of water usage. Nick Phillips, the EVP of Hosting…

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AI-driven computing
Reducing the Gap in Skilled Trades Can Be Solved by Boosting Trade Education Initiatives
May 21, 2024

Currently, skilled trades are facing significant shortages making the need for innovative solutions and passionate involvement more urgent than before. Statistics indicate a looming gap in the workforce, expected to reach millions in the next decade, as older generations retire without sufficient newcomers to fill their roles. At the heart of this issue is…

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CtUC 2023 Trailblazers
CtUC 2023 Trailblazers Transform Hospital Operations Through Medical Logistics Innovations
May 21, 2024

CtUC 2023 Trailblazers are at the forefront of transforming hospital operations, particularly in sterile processing and logistics, as highlighted in a recent episode of the ConCensis podcast. The healthcare industry, driven by technological advancements and the need to improve patient outcomes, continuously seeks solutions to optimize processes and ensure compliance with health regulations—a challenge…

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motor fuels audit tips
Motor Fuels Tax Minute – Episode 48: Audit Tips
May 21, 2024

In this week’s episode of Motor Fuels Tax Minute, our hosts introduce Supervisor and Motor Fuels team member, Bryan Ruwaldt, who offers audit tips.   For information or assistance, contact us. We are here to help. ©2024 Detailed Description of Weaver’s Motor Fuels Tax Minute, Episode 48 00:00:00 Kelly: Thank you for joining us on this…

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Conversations from the Edge: Exploring Efficient Ways to Administer Employee Safety, Quality, and Compliance Training
December 15, 2021

Safety, quality, and compliance training are essential, but are time-consuming and create administrative burdens for businesses. Greg Crumpton, Vice President of Critical Environments and Facilities at Service Logic, and Tony DeAscentis, CEO of Ving, chatted with host Tyler Kern about how Ving is changing this. Ving offers a safety, quality, and compliance training and…

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10 Minutes to a Better Building: Exploring WELL Certification to Boost Businesses
December 7, 2021

Living, working, and recreational environments can make all the difference when it comes to your health, mood, and wellbeing. Host Tyler Kern spoke with Tom Lattomus, Controls Account Executive at Boland, about the WELL Building Certification, which affords business owners the opportunity to positively impact these environments to improve health. The WELL Building Certification…

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Why Quality Is the Cheapest Thing to Send Your Customers
May 20, 2021

Price isn’t the only driver of satisfaction. While it matters for buyers of print products, they care about quality, as well. In fact, quality and affordability aren’t mutually exclusive. Additionally, representing quality every time leads to cost savings. DigiTech Founder and Owner Patric Coldewey joined this episode of Print Precision to share his thoughts on quality…

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On Deck with Circuit Check: The Anatomy of a Successful Test System Engineering Project
April 28, 2021

The testing process is critical in manufacturing, but not all are created equal. Taking a deep dive into test system engineering (TSE), On Deck with Circuit Check spoke to Paul Attwell. Attwell is a Customer Application Specialist at Circuit Check and has over two decades of experience in the field. Manufacturers use a variety of…

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IB Roof Systems™ Names 4 Star General Contracting, Inc. Contractor of the Year for Second Consecutive Year
March 4, 2021

IRVING, Texas, (February 24, 2021) – IB Roof Systems™, a leading provider of complete PVC roofing solutions for flat or low-sloped roofs, names 4 Star General Contracting, Inc., as its 2020 Contractor of the Year. Each year, this award is presented during IB Roof Systems’ Contractor Retreat to the customer that embodies the valued characteristics including…

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The Value of American Made for Quality Manufacturing, ISO Certification and Six Sigma
December 8, 2020

AtlasIED Vice President of Global Quality and Commercial Manufacturing Travis Pranschke knows a thing or two about audio. Pranschke has competed in and claimed victory in multiple car shows since he was a teenager and, in addition to building sound systems, he’s spent almost two decades in plastics manufacturing, giving him a unique combination of…

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Supporting Safety for Infusion Therapy Through Standards and Capital Equipment
April 28, 2020

Today’s episode of Champions of Care explores the quality and standards of care in infusion therapy centers and in the practice of infusion nursing. Until very recently, these centers, critical for chronic diseases that require intravenous medications, had no set standards. This lack of cohesive oversight was observed day in and day out…

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The Digital Signage Race to the Top is one of Quality, Not Price
April 30, 2019

The most innovative uses of digital dvLED technology being implemented across the world, from airports to public stadiums, are made possible by the best possible tech — not the cheapest. “The key is educating the consumer so they can make the best possible decision,” said NanoLumens Vice President of Global Marketing and Business Development…

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