Jack Waisblat, President
Jack Waisblat has over 40 years of experience in Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Outpatient Facilities and Ambulatory Surgical Facilities with particular emphasis in accreditation and regulatory compliance consulting for the Joint Commission environment of care, Emergency Management and Life safety Chapter standards.
For the past 18 years, Jack was a Vice President and Senior Regulatory Compliance Consultant at a National Engineering and Regulatory Compliance Management firm with offices in several cities. Jack is a former member of the AHA/ASHE Advocacy Management Committee as well as the Facilities Management Committee, NFPA, and on the Advisory Council of the Florida Hospital Association. In 2009 Jack started JT Service Contractor Corp. and is the principal owner of JT Service Contractor Corp.; a national accreditation consulting services company specializing in the Joint Commission's Environment of Care, Emergency Management and Life Safety Chapters as well as DNV, AOA, AAAHC, and CARF accreditation programs.
Jack received a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the City College of New York in 1967 and a Masters in Healthcare Administration from the University of Miami in 1981 and has since worked with architectural, engineering, and Regulatory Compliance Consulting firms.
As a result of Jack's experience and expertise in the accreditation processes as well the operational aspects of healthcare facilities management, he is one of the foremost specialists in healthcare accreditation and regulatory agencies compliance management with particular strength in The Joint Commission, CMS, OSHA, APIC, CDC, AIA Guidelines and NFPA: 101/110/72/99/90a/80/20/10/25 and13. He has provided: SOC / PTSM, BMP'S, Environment of Care Mock Surveys, Review of Management Plans and Policies and Procedures, EOC Document Reviews, participation during the JCAHO building tours / Document Review Sessions, as well as Life Safety Code Assessments, Risk assessments, Hazard Vulnerability Analysis, and Failure Mode and Effects Analysis services to over 600 hospitals nationwide and to healthcare facilities outside the USA under the Joint Commission International Standards. Jack often deals and mitigates with local healthcare agencies such as AHCA, IDHS, ADHS, DFS, TDH, CDPH, OSHPD Etc. and fire marshals throughout the nation.
On an annual basis Jack personally participates in preparation of healthcare facilities for their Joint Commission accreditation survey at an average of 60 Healthcare facilities totaling 25 million square feet.
The Joint Commission survey participation exposure and Jacks relationships with the Joint Commission has resulted in most facilities serviced by Jack to excel in the Environment of Care, Emergency Management and Life Safety chapter compliance.
Jack has a simple approach to an organizations success in the accreditation survey process: Assess, tell it like it is, teach, provide tools and advice, and instill a continuous readiness mode culture.
Jack often appears as a guest speaker for many associations and educational conferences throughout the country/world including healthcare engineering societies in Arizona, Arkansas, Idaho, Florida, Montana, North Carolina, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, California, Wyoming and Washington as well as ASHE and IFMA conferences.
Tyson G. Prickett, Vice President
Tyson Prickett has 8 years of experience in Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Outpatient Facilities and Ambulatory Surgical Facilities with particular emphasis in regulatory compliance, The Joint Commission Environment of Care, Emergency Management and Life Safety Chapters as well as CMS Conditions of Participation.
Prior to joining JT Service Contractor Corp. in 2009, Tyson worked at a Medical Center in Florida as a supervisor in a facility management department in charge of Environment of Care and Life Safety Code compliance. Tyson serves as a Vice President at JT Service Contractor Corp., a national accreditation consulting Services Company specializing in the Joint Commission's Environment of Care, Emergency Management and Life Safety Chapters as well as DNV, AOA, AAAHC, and CARF accreditation programs.
Tyson Prickett did his internship in accreditation consulting under the supervision and mentorship of Jack L. Waisblat President of JT Service Contractor Corp. Jack Waisblat has been serving the healthcare community for 40 years and is well known at hundreds of hospitals nationwide as well as by many regulatory agencies such as CDPH, OSHPAD, The Joint Commission, CMS, DNV, etc.
Tyson received a Bachelor degree in Business Management from Florida Atlantic University in 2011 and has since worked in a Medical Center as well as at dozens of hospitals providing EC/EM/LS consulting services as well as preparing the Joint Commission's Statement of Conditions (SOC) and life safety plans for dozens of hospitals nationwide.
As a result of Tyson's experience and expertise, he is one of the foremost specialists in healthcare regulatory agencies compliance management which has resulted in outstanding survey outcomes nationwide for a variety of healthcare organizations.
On an annual basis Tyson participates in preparation of healthcare facilities for their Joint Commission accreditation survey at an average of 60 Healthcare facilities totaling 25 million square feet. In addition Tyson also oversees staff members that participate in the Joint Commission survey preparations at other healthcare facilities.
The Joint Commission survey participation exposure and Tyson's relationships have resulted in most facilities serviced by Tyson to receive an outstanding survey outcome.