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 The American Society of Engineering (ASHE) recently updated the Infection Control Risk Assessment (IRCA) process. Below you can find the updated ICRA 2.0 form and matrix as well as additional resources. 


The ICRA Process has recently been updated by the American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE). This short video reviews the changes and the impacts the new ICRA 2.0 has on healthcare facilities. Robert Booth, primary author of this new process, describes important updates. 

Strategically performing particulate monitoring in areas potentially affected by construction activities is an effective means of confirming that all controls and precaution are being implemented correctly. The new ICRA 2.0 process recommends the use of particulate monitoring as a tool to ensure ICRA protocol is being properly followed. 

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