What is a Certificate of Mastery in Infection Prevention?
CMIP stands for “Certificate of Mastery in Infection Prevention” and is a rigorous three-phase certification program provided by the Association for the Healthcare Environment (AHE). This program provides graduates with the comprehensive ability to facilitate infection prevention care to all clinical environments. They are also taught the necessary tools to train cleaning staff on infection prevention, as well as how to audit and monitor a space’s cleanliness.
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What They Know
CMIP managers are taught the ins and outs of all types of microorganisms, such as viruses, bacteria, fungi, and pathogens, as well as types of chemicals, and how to apply chemicals to make pathogens disappear.
Why They’re Important
With their extensive knowledge of microorganisms, CMIP managers are vital to have on your cleaning staff. They can teach cleaning their teams the best methods for applying and setting cleaning solutions in order to most effectively sanitize a space. They also educate on a wide range of precautionary measures, including:
- Hand Hygiene
- Cleaning High Touch Surfaces
- Use of Personal Protective Equipment
- Respiratory Hygiene
- Hazardous Waste Handling
- Environmental Awareness
With a CMIP certified manager on your team, you know you’re getting the best quality of infection control and cleaning support, period. Because that is literally their job. Germs will be vanquished, spaces will be audited, high touchpoints will be spotless, and we can all go home with smiles knowing that you’re being taken care of by the best.
Remember, having CMIP Certified Management on your side could truly mean the difference between sickness and health!
So what are you waiting for? Ready to work with a certified company that has the expertise to put those pesky pathogens in their place? Don’t wait any longer!
Call Bee Line Support at 312-BEE-LINE or message us today to get started on the path to cleanliness!