One of Canada’s largest environmental, engineering, building science, and health & safety consulting firms recently hosted a webinar – COVID-19 Business Re-Occupancy – to bring together risk assessment and air quality professionals to present ideas on how to best navigate this new paradigm.
As a number of businesses prepare to return to work in various commercial, industrial, institutional, and community spaces, business managers need to prepare for re-occupancy, while ensuring safety for workers and occupants. With the ever-changing updates and recommendations from government sources, scientific literature, news outlets and social media, it can be overwhelming to navigate the right course of action.
The webinar presented by Pinchin Ltd. provides an up to date overview on environmental and health and safety risks to manage due to the COVID-19 pandemic and recommends a process of risk assessment and environmental testing.
The webinar panel of experts includes:
Michael Park – Public Health Inspector at Algoma Public Health
Jennifer Flood, RN, BScN, MN – Public Health Nurse at Algoma Public Health
David Muise – National Practice Leader, Indoor Environmental Quality at Pinchin Ltd.
Stephen Booth, CET. LEED AP, RESET AP – Director, Indoor Environmental Quality and Occupational Health & Safety at Pinchin Ltd.
To view the webinar, click here.