Operation TLC

Operation TLC

Staff teams in hospitals are creating better environments for patients, and saving on bills by reducing energy waste as part of Operation TLC. Since 2013, nurses, doctors, facilities, security and cleaning staff have taken 3 simple actions: T – turn off equipment when not in use, L – switch off lights where possible, C – close doors and windows.

Recent Stories

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Martyn from Operation TLC says:

A Patient's parent at Great Ormond Street Hospital says "Great stickers. We were wondering what the switches do and which ones we could press"

5th June 2015, Reposted 1 time
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Martyn from Operation TLC says:

A play specialist from Great Ormond Street Hospital says "I like the postcards for the children to draw on, I think we can make a great display in the playroom showing the children’s ideas about why they like the lights off"

5th June 2015
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Martyn from Operation TLC says:

A staff nurse from Great Ormond Street Hospital says "Great idea! Stickers on light switches will be really helpful. I often get confused at night time when I want to switch the lights off – sometimes I end up switching them all on by mistake."

5th June 2015
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