Have schools in your community been able to safely re-open? As academic institutions continue to struggle to make sense of confusing and sometimes conflicting recommendations related to COVID-19, what are clear and common-sense strategies to consider? How much can risk to school administrators, teachers and students be reduced? What does “safe” really mean? Hosted by the U.S. EPA, join experts from the International Society of Indoor Air Quality and Climate (ISIAQ) and the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA), who will discuss how to navigate the pandemic and regulatory compliance issues, as well as explore the scientific basis for guidance issued by government, health and public health organizations. Come prepared to ask your questions to our panelists LIVE as the bulk of our time together will be to address issues of greatest importance to you!
• Dr. Richard Corsi, Dean, Maseeh College of Engineering & Computer Science, Portland State University, Portland, OR
• Dr. Richard Shaughnessy, IAQ Director, University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK
• Dr. David Krause, CIH, MSPH, Principal Toxicologist, Healthcare Consulting and Contracting (HC3), Tallahassee, FL
• Richard M. Gordon IV, Principal, Paul Robeson High School for Human Services, NASSP Principal of the Year
• Tracy Washington Enger, Facilitator, Indoor Environments Division, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency