Wednesday, July 7, 2021 - 10:0007/07/2021 5:00pm 07/07/2021 5:00pm PARMA Webinar Getting Back to Business - Reopening and Reoccupying Buildings in a Post-Pandemic Environment Building-related issues such as those related to water, building materials, building ventilation, mold and water intrusion, and indoor environmental quality, can arise in buildings that have experienced reduced occupancy or use due to pandemic-related closures. This webinar will review these building related issues, discuss how building owners and managers can prepare for reopening by anticipating and addressing building-related issues, and provide attendees with resources to turn to for additional information and assistance. The speakers will also discuss current COVID-related regulations and guidance related to re-occupancy and maintaining the health and safety of employees and occupants once the building is reoccupied. Speakers: Megan Canright, MPH, CIH Megan Canright is the Director of Scientific Operations at FACS and has over 15 years of experience in the fields of Industrial Hygiene and Environmental, Health & Safety. Her primary areas of expertise include occupational and environmental exposure assessment, indoor environmental quality, and the evaluation and control of Legionella and other waterborne pathogens in support of infection control. Megan is also involved in litigation support and oversight for numerous complex litigation claims for both plaintiff and defense attorneys. Madeleine Rebullida Madeleine is a leader in the Water Quality Practice Group developing and supervising Waterborne Pathogen Management Plans in healthcare and educational settings. She is also an expert in the COVID-19 Safety Program development and implementation for municipalities, K-12 schools and institutes of higher education. Since being hired at FACS in 2016, she has also provided personal exposure monitoring to establish worker protective equipment protocols and other exposure control requirements, as well as environmental monitoring. Additionally, Madeleine has six years of experience as a Sergeant and Tactical Team Leader in the United States Army Reserve with deployments to both Iraq and Afghanistan. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.   Webinar America/Los_Angeles public

Building-related issues such as those related to water, building materials, building ventilation, mold and water intrusion, and indoor environmental quality, can arise in buildings that have experienced reduced occupancy or use due to pandemic-related closures. This webinar will review these building related issues, discuss how building owners and managers can prepare for reopening by anticipating and addressing building-related issues, and provide attendees with resources to turn to for additional information and assistance. The speakers will also discuss current COVID-related regulations and guidance related to re-occupancy and maintaining the health and safety of employees and occupants once the building is reoccupied.

Speakers:

Megan Canright, MPH, CIH
Megan Canright is the Director of Scientific Operations at FACS and has over 15 years of experience in the fields of Industrial Hygiene and Environmental, Health & Safety. Her primary areas of expertise include occupational and environmental exposure assessment, indoor environmental quality, and the evaluation and control of Legionella and other waterborne pathogens in support of infection control. Megan is also involved in litigation support and oversight for numerous complex litigation claims for both plaintiff and defense attorneys.

Madeleine Rebullida
Madeleine is a leader in the Water Quality Practice Group developing and supervising Waterborne Pathogen Management Plans in healthcare and educational settings. She is also an expert in the COVID-19 Safety Program development and implementation for municipalities, K-12 schools and institutes of higher education. Since being hired at FACS in 2016, she has also provided personal exposure monitoring to establish worker protective equipment protocols and other exposure control requirements, as well as environmental monitoring. Additionally, Madeleine has six years of experience as a Sergeant and Tactical Team Leader in the United States Army Reserve with deployments to both Iraq and Afghanistan.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

 

Location: 
United States