Cleaning and HVAC Requirements for Maintaining Healthy and Safe Environments: How Employee Expectations Impact Reopening Plans

Employees are even more concerned about maintaining a healthy and safe workplace now than they were when the pandemic initially hit. Despite the guidelines set forth by the CDC and OSHA— and the rollout of vaccines — many employees lack confidence that their workplace is safe and healthy. Along with a deep dive into primary research on how COVID-19 is shifting employees’ attitudes and expectations, attendees will explore a practical four-part guide to workplace readiness and re-opening to meet employee expectations for disinfection and ventilation strategies.

Learning Objectives:

1.  How to demonstrate and communicate what you are doing to make employees feel comfortable in the workplace.
2. What a diligent, ongoing plan, overseen by a multi-disciplinary steering committee will do to foster a more successful reopening experience for management and employees alike.
3. Creating a cleaning and disinfection plan based on the latest CDC, OSHA and ISSA guidance, including incorporating and maintaining the most recent ventilation mitigation strategies and technologies to improve Indoor Air Quality (IAQ).
4. How working with an experienced facilities services company with trained and certified service providers is a gateway to ensuring greater compliance while mitigating the risk of employee and community infection.

Session Details

Start Time: 11/10/2021 2:30:00 PM

End Time: 11/10/2021 3:30:00 PM

Presented By:

Liz Caracciolo
Chief Operating Officer

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Room Number: 204

Audience: Beginner

CEU: 1 hour

Track: Re-Opening Safely

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