Pre-Construction Risk Assessment/Infection Control Risk Assessment (PCRA/ICRA) Certificate Program
PCRA/ICRA Certificate Program Benefits
- Training and Credential Program Built to International Standards
- State-of-the-Art Healthcare Construction Best Practices
- Qualifications and Resume Booster
- No Prior Education or Experience Required
- Self-Paced, Online 12-Hour Training
- Remotely Proctored Exam
- Credential Valid for 5 Years
Why seek a PCRA/ICRA Credential?
There are many reasons for pursuing a PCRA/ICRA credential for healthcare construction that benefit your company. Here are some of them:
Improves customer satisfaction: A PCRA/ICRA credential can help you to be creative and keep adapting to every job site’s unique requirements. It can help you know how to provide quality service that meets and exceeds customer expectations while meeting safety standards.
Cost savings: There are a number of reasons this credential can result in cost savings for your employer and make you a more valuable employee.
* Improved Efficiency: PCRA/ICRA training provides workers with the knowledge and skills to complete construction or maintenance tasks more quickly and efficiently, reducing labor costs.
* Reduced Re-work: Workers with PCRA/ICRA credentials have the knowledge to complete tasks correctly the first time around, reducing the costs associated with having to redo work.
* Safety Improvements: PCRA/ICRA training provides workers with the knowledge to complete their tasks safely, ultimately reducing injury-related costs.
* Quality Assurance: PCRA/ICRA credentialed workers have the skills to complete tasks to the highest standards, resulting in fewer defects and increasing customer satisfaction.
* Avoids costly regulatory fines: PCRA/ICRA credential will help you understand the applicable regulations and laws, and the need for compliance and environmental protections that can help avoid costly regulatory fines.
More jobs: Having PCRA/ICRA credentialed workers can strengthen your company’s reputation with clients, making it more likely to be awarded healthcare construction projects.
Promotes positive company culture: A well-trained credentialed workforce can reflect positively on your company and its culture as a workplace that is committed to safety, health, and delivering quality results.