Within the last decade, hospitals and other health care facilities have been under increased scrutiny from environmental regulators. They have also seen additional challenges managing indoor air quality such as mold and legionella and face decontamination costs associated with viruses or bacteria. Healthcare facilities’ operations are particularly vulnerable for two primary reasons:
Hospital exposures resulting from adverse environmental impacts to air, soil, and/or water can challenge a facility’s operational environment, harm its reputation, and damage its balance sheet and competitiveness.
Marsh's environmental professionals have access to benchmarking, coverage gap analysis, and sector-specific tools. We help ensure that our health care clients get the information needed to make informed decisions about their environmental risk management strategy.