"Building, Maintaining, and Improving the Healthcare Environment Responsibly"


  • Adoption of the 2012 Edition of the Life Safety Code

After several long years the wait is now over!  Starting July 5th, CMS will be using the 2012 edition of the life safety code. Please take a few moments to review the content provided on  Life Safety Code adoption website. There are several articles that will detail each of the requirements, the final CMS rule, a webinar series, on demand webinar recordings and previous conference sessions that will help you comply with the new regulations. Bookmark this page as it will be continuously updated over the next several months.

Everyone has a lot of questions, so ASHE is collecting questions about the adoption. Click this link to submit your questions.


ASHE will be answering the questions it can and creating a Frequently Asked Questions section on its website.





Benefits of AlaSHE to the Profession

AlaSHE activities help members to further develop their professional abilities and provide opportunities for members to exchange ideas and keep abreast of their discipline through its’ meetings and contacts with other members.

This Web site is now online and will be updated as information is given to the editor. Please pardon our progress as we are updating pages thoughout the site. We hope it will be informative in the future to Hospital engineers statewide.

What is AlaSHE?

AlaSHE is a professional society devoted exclusively to the education and development of skills and standards of the engineering discipline as performed in hospitals and other healthcare facilities.

AlaSHE Mission Statement

Alabama healthcare facility and safety professionals working together to increase knowledge and advocate for science based codes and standards which improve patient and associate safety.