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IMI Detroit Training Center Schedule

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Training Registration

For BAC members in good standing

Non-members must make special arrangements to attend as a guest, please contact the training director for more infomation.

Don't forget, seats are limited so reserve yours today!

Registration is quick and easy. Please fill out this simple form and arrive early to grab a coffee and a seat.

Select each course you would like to attend and make sure to place it in your calendar.

Heartsaver First Aid, CPR & AED

Heartsaver First Aid CPR and AED is a course that teaches students critical skills needed to respond to and manage a first aid, choking, or sudden cardiac arrest emergency in the first few minutes until EMS arrives. Students learn skills such as how to treat bleeding, sprains, broken bones, shock, and other first aid emergencies. This course also teaches adult and Child CPR and AED use.

3. Fit Testing at Warren Training Center

By appointment only.

You must complete the online medical questionnaire before testing.
If you do not have an email account you may complete it at our office prior to the test.
To schedule your appointment select AM or PM and Respirator Type, Full, Half or both below. The instructor will reply with next available appointment and Login instructions to complete the Medical Questionnaire. Make sure to list your email and cell number at the bottom of this form, if you have no email we may text or call you to schedule your appointment.

After making your appointment make sure to remember the following:

1. Do not smoke 1 hour prior to testing
2. Arrive clean shaven (no hair in seal) no exceptions.
3. Bring your respirator and make sure to clean it the night before testing. Filters are not needed.
4. Enter center door in rear parking lot, testing is conducted in Coordinators office.
5. Arrive at least 15 minutes early.

18. Infection Control Risk Assessment (ICRA)
8 Hour Awareness Class


Contractors and workers that perform healthcare or other occupied facility and renovation construction need to understand the Infection Control Risk Assessment (ICRA) procedures to properly perform this work.  CPWR – The Center for Construction Research and Training’s 8-hour ICRA Awareness training program provides the necessary information to understand and apply the ICRA procedures and examines the practical use of ICRA tools including containment, negative air, HEPA filtration, and work practice techniques. The training program uses a variety of adult education classroom activities to build upon participants’ experiences working in construction, maintenance, renovation, demolition, or healthcare facility environments.


By the end of the training program, participants will be able to:

  • Define ICRA and explain why it is used.
  • Describe how healthcare construction worksites differ from regular construction worksites.
  • Explain the importance of following work place rules and using designated areas for breaks, as defined by the ICRA.
  • Define Hospital Acquired Infections (HAI) and describe the Chain of Infection.
  • Identify common pathogens found in a healthcare setting and describe how they are transmitted.
  • Identify unique hazards specific to healthcare construction, including hospital utility systems and medical gas lines, and methods to avoid them.
  • Describe the steps used in the creation of an Infection Control Risk Assessment Plan.
  • Specify the specific infection control precautions used for the four classes of ICRA construction.
  • Identify different types of barriers used and guidelines for choosing them.
  • Describe the procedure for entering/exiting through an anteroom.
  • List the two main functions of a negative air machine in an ICRA work environment.
  • Describe appropriate methods for transporting trash, tools and materials from the workspace.
  • Identify potential hazards to workers in a healthcare setting.
  • Define life safety system and explain the use of Interim Life Safety Measures in a healthcare worksite. 

The training program consists of the following 10 sections:

  1. Introduction
  2. What is ICRA
  3. Differences between hospital construction and regular construction
  4. Hazards Unique to Healthcare Construction
  5. Hospital Acquired Infections
  6. Developing the ICRA plan
  7. ICRA Construction Practices
    • Barriers
    • Negative Air Pressure
    • Housekeeping

8. Potential Hazards to Workers
9. Interim Life Safety Measures
10. Posting Signs


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