Getting the Full Story on Product Safety: Separating Myths from Facts

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Apr 23 2024


1:00 pm - 2:00 pm




ISSA Members: FREE
Nonmembers: FREE

From debunking myths to offering essential insights for cleaning professionals, this session is your guide to separating fact from fiction. Discover more about product safety and gain valuable knowledge to help make informed product choices.

Uncover the differences between valid and questionable studies, while gaining important and thought-provoking perspectives on what’s “dangerous” and what’s not. Join us for “The Full Story on Product Safety: Separating Myths from Facts” webinar, to cut through the noise and gain clear insights. 

Learn more about:
  • Critical information cleaning professionals need to know about the products they use
  • What makes a study worthy of attention or concern for product users and building occupants
  • Understanding a cleaning product label and safety data sheet details
  • And much more!

A live Q&A session will round out the webinar. Come prepared with questions about disinfecting, sanitizing, and cleaning in the built environment, and our experts will be ready to answer them.

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Two nationally recognized experts will tackle these concerns:
  • Charles Gerba, PhD – Professor of Environmental Microbiology at the University of Arizona.
  • Mark Warner – National sales manager for The Bullen Companies, Inc., Philadelphia, PA
This webinar is brought to you by: 

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  • Mark Warner
    Mark Warner
    CMI Master Trainer

    Mark Warner has been in the industry for over 30 years and is a past member of the ISSA Board of Directors. He has also served as Education Manager for ISSA’s Cleaning Management Institute. His responsibilities included training seminars throughout the world, as well as the further development of the Certified Custodial Technician programs, which are recognized and acknowledged worldwide.

  • Charles Gerba, PhD
    Charles Gerba, PhD
    Professor of Environmental Microbiology, University of Arizona

    A fellow of the American Academy of Microbiology, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and the International Water Association, he has served on the EPA’s Science Advisory Board for nine years and is a member of the FDA’s Food Advisory Board.

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