Armstrong is pleased to announce our sponsorship of a Virtual Summit event on the topic of indoor air quality and reducing risk to building operators. The event will include two panel discussions on issues related to healthy indoor environments in Canadian buildings. The content will be of interest to building owners, designers, HVAC engineers and sustainability experts.
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SESSION 1 1:30 - 2:15 pm on Wednesday, June 10th
Risk Reduction in the MUSH Sector
Please join Earnscliffe Principal, Sarah Goldfeder, as she leads a panel of experts from across the municipalities, universities, schools and hospitals (MUSH) sector as well as technology providers to discuss risk reduction within the workplace. The panel will discuss whether or not government should be providing further incentives to upgrade and retrofit buildings to ensure ventilation systems are operating at optimal capacity for clean air circulation to reduce risk.
SESSION 2 2:30 - 3:15pm on Wednesday, June 10th
Going Green: How Technology Can Improve Employee Health and Reduce Emissions
Earnscliffe Principal, Velma McColl, will lead a panel of healthy building advocates as well as technology providers to discuss the importance of retrofitting and greening government facilities for the health of government employees and the public. The panel will look at what hurdles stand in the way of improving the health and sustainability of buildings. Are there technologies available that would meet both the commitment to reduce emissions in the federal built environment, and ensure a safe, healthy workplace?