Australasian Health Facility Guidelines

The Australasian Health Facility Guidelines (AusHFG) is an initiative of the Australasian Health Infrastructure Alliance (AHIA). The AusHFG enables planners and designers of health facilities throughout Australasia to use a common set of guidelines and specifications for the base elements of health facilities.

UK HBN 00-09 - Infection control in the built environment

This document highlights the major infection prevention & control (IPC) issues and risks to address to achieve designed-in IPC.

Published March 2013

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Scottish Health Facilities

Scottish Health Facilities Note 30 Version 3 Infection Control in the Built Environment: Design and Planning.

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