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AIHA Webinar

April 29

Reentry Planning Solutions for Healthy Buildings Explained at AIHA Webinar, April 29

As buildings are reoccupied after a difficult year of shutdowns and quarantines, “healthy buildings” are the goal. Accomplishing this requires combining accepted IH practices that reduce hazardous exposures and using advanced technology in the laboratories and field. SGS Galson’s Internet-of-Things (IoT) guru, Ron McMahan, Director of Advance Technologies, will conduct an AIHA webinar to show how IH and innovative technology can meet the challenge of reoccupying healthy buildings as COVID-19 hopefully subsides.

The webinar, that takes place on Thursday, April 29, 2-3 pm (ET), is free and you can register here.

Titled, “Technology Bridges the Gap, Reentry Planning – Healthy Buildings”, Ron takes the AIHA road of assessment strategy to recognize, assess and control hazards with a focus on the three exposure paths, person-to person, aerosolization and fomite, that need to be managed to make and keep a building healthy. He presents numerous solutions that combine familiar industrial hygiene practices and new IoT innovations.

SGS Galson provides innovative solutions for healthy building reentry as well as our comprehensive COVID-19 Recovery Assistance Services.

For full technical details on these innovations and all of SGS Galson’s extensive services, and to order, contact our award-winning Client Service Representatives:

Details

Date:
April 29
Website:
https://aiha.webvent.tv/webinar/4279

Venue

Virtual

Organizer

American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA)
Phone:
+1 703-849-8888
Website:
https://www.aiha.org/Pages/default.aspx

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