Keeping workers, consumers, and constituents safe—in manufacturing plants, grocery stores, commercial buildings, healthcare facilities, condo properties, and more—is top of mind for property and facilities managers right now.
There’s a lot of pressure on you to create a safe place for your team. As management you need to understand how the virus is transmitted and how to effectively and efficiently mitigate risk of occupational exposure in your workplace.
On-Demand Webinar: Getting Back to Work Safely: Experts Discuss Facility & Operational Planning for COVID-19
Watch the webinar and learn:
From protecting your employees now to creating routines to safeguard your business going forward, you’ll finish watching with practical advice on setting up the most effective workplace controls to deal with COVID-19.
Senior Industrial Hygienist, CTEH
Mr. Watts has over a decade of experience in industrial hygiene health and safety, and has managed emergency response issues, conducted air, coordinated chemical hazard assessment tracking, served as a corporate member of health and safety program development, and served as liaison to state and federal regulatory authorities. He has earned a master’s degree in public health and industrial hygiene.
Senior Scientist, Occupational and Environmental Health, CCA
Dr. Mellette is a Certified Industrial Hygienist, Certified Safety Professional, and Certified Hazardous Materials Manager with more than 15 years of industry and consulting experience in industrial hygiene, exposure assessment, and occupational safety compliance. His experience includes health and safety management roles in military aviation, manufacturing, semiconductor fabrication and assembly, engineering field operations, and consulting work for the healthcare industry. Dr. Mellette has earned a Doctor of Science degree in Industrial Hygiene, a Master of Science degree in Public Health, a Master of Science degree in safety management.
Vice President, Safety and Environmental, CCA
Dr. Barry is a Professional Engineer, Certified Industrial Hygienist, and Certified Safety Professional with more than 30 years of combined industrial, healthcare, military, commercial, and private sector professional hands-on experience. He possesses an advanced degree in radiation physics and a doctoral degree in biomedical engineering and biotechnology. Marty has provided expert opinions and testimony regarding indoor air quality, mold, contaminants, safety, personal injury, and construction.
Principal Medical Toxicologist, CTEH
Dr. Holland is board certified in medical toxicology, emergency medicine, and occupational medicine, and is a fellow of the American College of Medical Toxicology, the American Academy of Clinical Toxicology, the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, and the American College of Emergency Physicians.