This online discussion is aimed at beginning to integrate the collective expertise of ISTR members into the future use of ventilation solutions and building HVAC design to control airborne contaminants. We want to know about your experiences, understand your concerns and hear your thoughts.
The COVID-19 pandemic has generated concern regarding a lack of collaboration between engineering and safety experts. Guidance has often been too engineering focused and sometimes appears mis-leading.
It seems likely that building ventilation systems, in whatever type of building, will be assessed differently in a post-COVID world. To achieve meaningful operational and design guidance for the future, it is time to align engineering and safety (including biosafety) disciplines.
Who should attend?
This discussion will be of direct interest and relevance to those working in the following areas:
Safety Practitioners and Estates and Facilities Managers working in university, industry and healthcare settings
Institute of Healthcare Engineering and Estate Management members
CIBSE Healthcare Group members
Association of University Directors of Estates members
The discussion is open to ISTR members and non-members alike as the views and perspectives of all attendees are valuable.
How to secure your place
There is no charge for this event. Register online to attend the event.
If you cannot attend please ensure you cancel your booking so another delegate can reserve a place.
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