AHE recently launched the CHEST certification program: A designation which sets national standards specifically for environmental services technicians working in healthcare, backed by AHE’s parent company, the American Hospital Association.

Here are a few advantages of certification:

 90% of those who hold a certification through the American Hospital Association say it’s a valued achievement in their career.
 86% of healthcare human resource managers and directors take a closer look at employees with certifications.
 Employees who are more confident in achieving their work goals are 83% more likely to be engaged on the job, which correlates to greater job satisfaction.*

*Source: Society for Human Resource Management (2012). 2012 Employee Job Satisfaction and Engagement.


Trainers and Contributors News

· Subject Matter Experts' (SMEs) Thoughts

· Master Trainers

· T-CHESTs

· T-CHEST Resources

· Trainer Code of Ethics

· Meet a T-CHEST

· AHE celebrates the life and acknowledges the passing earlier this year of Walter Bond, an infection prevention legend who strongly advocated the CDC’s promotion of the Spaulding Classification and the Chain of Infection. Read more about Walt here>>

· CHEST Introduction - Patti Costello

· Testimonials

· Pilot Program - Renown Health

· Other News >>


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