May 27, 2022
Building Safety Month takes place in May every year and is internationally recognized for raising awareness in keeping buildings safe.
This initiative unites industries, associations, academia, and government under a common goal to protect the public by creating a safe and resilient environment. Our primary focus as the Plant Operations Team at Chestnut Hill Senior Living Columbus, OH is keeping our residents, visitors, and staff safe.
I have certain tasks that I perform to safeguard our community and the safety of my residents and co-workers. I make certain the residents’ wheelchairs and walkers are checked weekly. I have safety classes with my co-workers monthly to ensure SAFETY! I train on lockout/tagout and handling chemicals.
I see my role to provide a safe environment outside and inside the building. I’m very proud of the achievements, like all residents’ rooms are safe havens, a safe kitchen is for the chef, and safe cleaning machines are for housekeeping.
At my house I make sure that it is a safe place for my family by making sure the electricity is intact. I make sure they are heated in the winter and cool in the summer. The most important thing at my house is that everyone is secure from bad chemicals.
Chestnut Hill Senior Living in Columbus, OH offers assisted living and memory care with a variety of services and a range of floor plan options. Newly renovated in 2021. Amenities at Chestnut Hill include restaurant dining, 24-hour bistro, concierge service, housekeeping, events and entertainment, personal care, transportation services, and more. Centrally located just east of Hamilton Road and Morse Road with quick access to Hwy 161, Gahanna, New Albany, and the greater Columbus area.
December 2, 2022
Just as it is at home, at Chestnut Hill Senior Living, preparing for winter can be an arduous task. There are several projects that need to be completed in preparation for cold weather and few of them are easy, especially when Jack Frost decides to come a little early, like this year. Our homes and […]
November 4, 2022
It was November 1975 when the American Diabetes Association (ADA) first declared November National Diabetes Awareness Month. While diabetes is a common condition among Americans, there are still many Americans that are unaware of what diabetes is, who is at risk, and what chronic conditions can result from the disease. For example, most Americans with […]