Healthy Schools

The built environment impacts the health of students and staff.  The following resources support the development of healthy physical environments – from the safe handling of hazardous materials; to improving indoor air quality; the proper use of cleaning products and pesticides; remediating asbestos, lead, mold; and other environmental concerns.  

Features

  • Facilities (Campus Spaces)
    healthy indoor air quality

    Improving IAQ in Your Foodservice Environments

    Foodservice facilities have specific needs. Here are some things to think about when it comes to one of those needs: healthy indoor air quality. 04/01/2018

  • Facilities (Campus Spaces)
    Indoor Air Quality

    A Review Course on Indoor Air Quality

    If you graded the indoor air in your buildings, would it pass or fail? 10/01/2017

  • Healthy Facilities

    Healthy Facilities

    The Healthy Facilities Institute (HFI), in partnership with School Planning & Management and College Planning & Management magazines, held the first annual Healthy Facilities Award program. This special section highlights the standouts among the entries received. 07/01/2017

  • Facilities (Campus Spaces)
    Greenest building

    A Living Building

    Hampshire College opens one of the greenest buildings in the world. 09/01/2016

  • Facilities (Campus Spaces)
    indoor air quality on campus

    Healthy Buildings and IAQ

    Facilities managers must often consider green options for dealing with common indoor hazards and contaminants, including mold, asbestos, lead, pests and more. 09/01/2016

  • Maintaining Buildings & Grounds

    Bad Water

    04/01/2016
  • Maintaining Buildings & Grounds

    Pest Management

    04/01/2016
  • Facilities (Campus Spaces)

    Breathe Easy

    09/01/2015
  • Maintaining Buildings & Grounds

    What's That Smell?

    05/01/2015
  • Maintaining Buildings & Grounds

    Water World

    05/01/2015

Webinars

Has interest in sustainability initiatives—from alternative energy and water conservation to “green” landscaping, recycling, fossil-fuel divestment, local sourcing, and more—waned on your campus?


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