San Diego Virtual Meeting: HVAC System's Role in EAQ
April 8, 2021
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Click here to view the meeting flyer.
To receive instructions on how to access this month’s Zoom meeting, you must click here to register online through Zoom. Registrations will be approved based on current CSHE membership status, and connection instructions will be emailed to you immediately upon approval of your registration.
David Schurk, Business Development Manager, Global Plasma Solutions
The HVAC System’s Role in Environmental Air Quality for Hospitals
The time has come to fully recognize airborne transmission of the virus SARS-CoV-2, which results in the disease COVID-19. Concern now revolves around recent guidance telling us that we have not seen evidence of virus transmission through
HVAC systems, as it may not be getting from the space, back to HVAC unit mounted air cleaning devices to be treated. It appears instead to be remaining in the occupied environment as an ongoing issue of concern to patients and staff breathing that air. What does this mean to healthcare and HVAC professionals looking to proactively safeguard critical indoor settings to help reduce risk and protect building occupants from the possibility of airborne transmission? This presentation will make available the most recent information on the subject, and it will help address what we can consider doing to protect ourselves and others within the built environment. We will also allow time to address your questions and comments.
Non-Member Attendance Policy
Non-CSHE members are welcome to attend one complimentary chapter meeting. If you are a non-member who has already attended one chapter meeting, you will be unable to register for any additional chapter meetings until you have become a member. Please click here for the online membership application.
Continuing Education Credits
Participating CSHE members, whose names are clearly legible in the Zoom participant list, are eligible for a certificate for 1 contact hour.
Questions or Concerns?
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