Student health and safety is the foremost concern of educators across the country as fall classes commence amid COVID-19. In this Healthier Buildings webcast session, viewers learn how educators can use increased outdoor air ventilation to keep their classrooms safer without sacrificing energy efficiency, and garner parent trust.
It’s been the better half of a year since COVID-19 first started to spread in China’s Wuhan City. Since then, buildings around the world shut down as governments enforced strict lockdowns that limited in-person interaction. All these months later, countless buildings remain unoccupied. Building owners that have reopened bear the fundamental responsibility of keeping their occupants as safe as possible.
In this installment of 75F's Healthier Buildings webcast series, viewers learn how to form their building reopening strategy in accordance with the International WELL Building Institute's Health-Safety Rating.
Since launching our Healthier Buildings webcast series in early June, our hosts have covered a wide range of topics to help viewers better understand commercial building operations during COVID-19. In this session, webcast hosts look beyond single building operation and discuss how facility managers can effectively implement health and safety strategies at scale across their portfolio of buildings.
75F's latest Healthier Buildings webcast session pulls on expertise from the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) and Arc Skoru, Inc. to help viewers better understand what they should consider when reopening their facilities.
Like people across the U.S., the 75F Disruptors worked remotely as COVID-19 shuttered buildings for months. Our new office space, completed just before government-mandated shutdowns, sat empty. Now, with plenty of health and safety measures in place, we're finally settling into our new home.