The COVID-19 pandemic has been with us for over a year, and with vaccines there is light at the end of the tunnel. However, challenges lie ahead, including with reopening schools. The Seattle IAQA, Pacific Northwest Section – AIHA, and University of Washington Northwest Center for Occupational Health and Safety would like to invite you to attend a virtual seminar with some of our top local IH/public health experts who will provide information on challenges and solutions to reopening of K-12 schools and higher education.
Event Date and Time: Tuesday, March 30, 2021, 12:00 – 2:00 PM
Event Cost: $25 (Payment through PayPal)
Agenda and Speakers:
Introduction: Mike Smith, CIH (Seattle IAQA), Jill Tepe (University of WA NW Center), Marc Beaudreau, CIH (PNS-AIHA)
“The Pandemic and Effect on WA Schools” (Marissa Baker, PhD, University of WA)
“Update from WA DOH on school reopening guidance. How is it working?” (Nancy Bernard, MPH, WA Dept. of Health)
“Collection of K-12 COVID-19 Outbreak Data” (Samantha Rice, MPH, WA Dept. of Health)
“K-12, reopening progress, health concerns, IAQ issues?” (Elizabeth Jakab, CIH, Puget Sound Educational Service District)
” Air Movement in an Operating Room Setting” (Christopher Kobus, MS RN, Staci Kvak, MPH, MSN, RN University of WA Medical Center)
“The CO2 Method for Determining Air Changes Per Hour in a Building” (Marc Beaudreau, CIH University of WA)
To register for the event, please email email@example.com. You will receive a PayPal request for the 25.00 payment.