AIA Huron Valley is pleased to join with Peter Basso Associates Inc. to present:
"Mechanical System Operation and Enhancement to Reduce Pandemic Risks"
Presented by Dennis Sczomak, PE, LEED AP, Senior Vice President,
Peter Basso Associates, Inc.
Wednesday August 19th, 2020
12:00 -1:00 PM
While the physical spacing of occupants, the wearing of masks, and surface disinfection can reduce the potential for infectious diseases to spread indoors, such measures do not eliminate the risk. Within the indoor environment, infectious aerosols can remain airborne for distances much larger than the 6 feet distance recommended for protection from droplets from potentially infectious persons. HVAC systems can play an important role in reducing the risk from infectious aerosols.
This information aligns with the recent guidance from the ASHRAE Epidemic Task Force regarding the operation of HVAC systems to help mitigate the airborne transmission of SARS-CoV-2.
- Identify concepts in airborne spread of viral pathogens.
- Learn the role of HVAC systems in mitigating airborne viral spread.
- Discuss potential HVAC system operational strategies to mitigate viral spread.
- Identify HVAC system air cleaning strategies.
Continuing Education: This presentation is accredited by the AIA for 1 hour total LU/HSW continuing education credits
Please email Ginger K. Greager at firstname.lastname@example.org to register - please send her your name, AIA number, and email in advance of the date
Here is the link to the presentation meeting on the 19th.
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