The pandemic has brought enhanced cleaning and improved indoor air quality to the forefront, and the industry doesn’t want to lose the momentum it has experienced the past few years. While the industry as a whole understands the value and impact of cleaning, disinfecting, and improving IAQ in facilities, there are some common myths, misunderstandings, and issues that may hinder real improvements needed today.
In this one-hour, fast-paced webinar, featuring industry experts who understand the issues you face, you will learn what improving IAQ really means, how to do it, and steps and procedures that go beyond what many are doing today. You will learn what it takes to be an IAQ expert and how to really serve those who use your buildings and facilities.
- How to determine the quality of the indoor air in your facilities
- Monitoring options to guarantee cleaning staff has valuable data
- Determining if your cleaning equipment is sufficient for the task
- What you can do beyond filtering the air in facilities
- Strategies to handle large-scale, increased occupancy situations
- Industry assets to help you with your IAQ improvement programs
- Identifying potentially dangerous or unhealthy indoor air quality situations
- Simple, easy-to-implement tips to use right now to improve IAQ
- And more!
During the webinar, attendees can engage panelists throughout the presentation, and there will be a dedicated Q&A session as well. Come prepared to ask the toughest questions you need answers to right now.
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For inquries about group ordering, please contact the event organizer.
Dr. Gavin Macgregor-SkinnerSenior Director of Global Biorisk Advisory Council
BVSc, MSc, MPH, CFO, CBFRS, MRCVS
Certified Forensic Operator®️, Certified Bio-Forensic Restoration Specialist®️, Associate Professor, Penn State College of Medicine
Dr. Gavin Macgregor-Skinner has more than 30 years of technical experience in responding to infectious disease outbreaks and emergency management. He is an Associate Professor in the Department of Public Health Sciences at Penn State College of Medicine and teaches three 15-week graduate courses on Public Health Preparedness for Disasters and Terrorist Emergencies. In 2014 he received the Dean’s Award for Excellence in teaching. He has appeared on CNN, Fox News, BBC, Canada CTV, Australia ABC, C-SPAN, and other news outlets to share his expertise on High Consequence Pathogens such as Coronavirus, Ebola, Influenza, Measles, Cholera, Zika and other global health threats. He served 12-years as an Officer in the Australian and British militaries and was an Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer at the U.S. CDC in Atlanta, Georgia, and a Global Health Fellow with the United States Agency for International Development in Washington DC.
Jeff CrossISSA Media Director & IICRC-approved Instructor
Jeff Cross is the media director of ISSA, with flagship media brands that include Cleanfax, Cleaning and Maintenance Management, and ISSA Today magazines, and all related digital publications, multimedia products, and more. He is the previous owner of a successful cleaning and restoration firm. He also works as a trainer and consultant for business owners, managers, and frontline technicians, and is an IICRC-approved instructor. He can be reached at [email protected] or 740-973-4236.
Ron SeguraPresident, Segura and Associates
Serving as an industry consultant for business, management, marketing, and environmental services.
Todd StonekingSupervisor at the University of Utah, Facilities Operations, Custodial Department