With more Americans spending most of their time indoors, the quality of the indoor air we breathe is more important than ever. Coupled with the impending energy crisis, all buildings, including hospitals and nursing homes have a minimum amount of fresh air vented into the building. That means any indoor air pollutants stay in the building much longer -- from mold and pollen to asbestos and cleaning compounds. Even worse, these problems are hard to fully identify and resolve.
Get informed about indoor air quality issues and how to address them during this 1-hour audioconference with field expert Pier-George Zanoni, PE, CSP, CIH. He'll discuss the root causes for mold problems and how to effectively respond to these emergencies. You'll walk away with a better awareness of air quality and how to manage current problems in a safe manner that avoids costly remediation and further complications.
Here’s a sampling of the details you’ll learn:
Have additional questions? You have the floor with the speaker during an interactive Q&A!
Who should attend? Directors of housekeeping, directors of maintenance or support services, risk managers, infection control practitioners, safety officers, environment of care coordinators, safety committee members, occupational health nurses and doctors, and workers compensation loss prevention staff.
Your registration includes:
Pier-George Zanoni, PE, CSP, CIH, is a professional engineer in the State of Michigan. He is also a Certified Safety Professional and Certified Industrial Hygienist. Pier-George received his Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree from Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI in June 1978.
Pier-George Zanoni worked for the Michigan Health and Hospital Association for over twenty years, with ten of those years managing their Occupational Health & Environmental...
More Events By The Speaker