SMSHE offers educational meetings and events from October through June each year. Our educational meetings are designed to provide to our members and guests information regarding regulatory compliance and new technology designed for healthcare facilities. Lunch is provided at the meetings by SMSHE, or the presenter. Our meetings are typically held at the Engineering Society of Detroit in Southfield, or Glen Oaks Country Club in Farmington Hills.

Other events provided by SMSHE are our Vegas Night, holiday luncheon and networking event, SMSHE Schmooze (in conjunction with the AIA Healthcare conference), and our annual golf outing.

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SMSHE Webinar: Hospital Patient Safety Solutions

April 29 @ 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM


COVID Webinar

Join MiSHE and SMSHE members for a 1-hour presentation hosted by Quality Air Service, Inc. & Phoenix Controls focusing on HAI (Hospital Acquired Infections) and SSI’s (Surgical Site infections) which are a growing, costly concern within our Healthcare Facilities.

The presentation will explore the impact of the environment and how it is becoming more of a target of study and interest to manage the infection risk. We will share the results from a 3rd party, which tests a proposed engineering control solution that may improve outcomes by reducing the risk of wound site infections through improved environmental contamination control which optimizes procedure rooms and allows ICUs to be more safely used as procedure rooms when needed. This presentation will also introduce a new solution and concept of addressing the environmental risk by correlating the relationship between the airborne environmental parameters and the potential for elevated contamination risk. In ORs, procedure rooms, and ICUs, a more holistic approach to analyzing and controlling environmental parameters is necessary to point to or even predict, in near real-time, the increase in the risk of microbial contamination inside and outside aseptic zones.

The content is based on an AIA approved presentation given by David Rausch, Critical Environment Specialist for Healthcare, followed by a Q&A session with James Barrette, Sales Support Engineer, both combined to decades of expertise in applications and field practice.

Invitations will also be sent to registered participants on the morning of the webinar.

Presented by:

David Rausch and James Barrette, both from Phoenix controls. David is a critical environment specialist and has been with Phoenix for 14 years, involved with healthcare design and consultation for more than a decade. David is an active member of NFPA 45 and ASHRAE. He is an Associate member of TC 9.6 (Healthcare Facilities) and TC 9.11 (Clean Rooms) and is a Member of TC 9.10 (Laboratories),  and Vice Chaired TC 2.2 Plant and Animal Environment).


April 29
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM