Healthy Facilities: The Physical & Fiscal Benefits
Research shows that indoor environments can have a major effect on human health;
affecting absenteeism, recruitment and retention rates, the safety of students
and staff, learning and performance and institutional finances. Join us for this free
webinar where we will learn more about:
- Conditions in our facilities and the impact they
have on the health and safety of students and staff
- Actionable steps to improve and protect the
indoor environment at your facilities
- The fiscal benefits of healthy facilities
Date: Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Time: 10 AM Pacific / Noon Central / 1 PM Eastern
Duration: 1 hour
Allen Rathey is Principal of the Healthy Facilities Institute (HFI), Boise, ID. He is the author of dozens of facility journal articles, as well as The Healthy and Safe Facility Handbook ─ School and College Edition, and the Green Seal® Green Building Operations & Maintenance Manual for Public Housing (green cleaning section). He promotes healthy indoor environments, and writes and speaks on how health benefits business; fiscal and physical gains from healthy cleaning; systems-thinking and other facility topics.
Dr. David Mudarri
Dr. Mudarri is devoted to advancing public health through indoor air quality education and the development and promulgation of state-of-the-art process and tools. He is recognized as a national indoor air quality expert and has authored numerous articles and presentations on various indoor air quality subjects throughout his career. He was a senior advisor within EPA on both technical and policy matters related to indoor air quality. He authored or directed a number of EPA studies in indoor air quality. After retiring from EPA, Dr. Mudarri served as the technical editor of ASHRAE’s new Indoor Air Quality Guide, authored IEHA’s Clean and Healthy Schools for Dummies, and produced papers on the impact of climate change on indoor air quality, building codes and indoor air quality, the economic cost of illnesses attributed to indoor dampness and mold, and the level of national expenditures and jobs in the U.S. indoor air quality market.
The webcast concludes with a 15-minute live Q&A session.
All registrants will have access to the live event and an on-demand recording of the presentation. If registrants want to watch the presentation again or have a scheduling conflict, they can register and access the on-demand version of this webcast, which will be available May 25, 2017 through August 23, 2017.