As we get ready to go back to work our commercial, industrial, institutional, and community spaces need to prepare for re-occupancy, with safety for your workers and occupants being paramount. It is easy to become overwhelmed by the ever changing recommendations from our government sources, and information provided through social media, news outlets, and scientific literature. During these times, as a business owner you are now presented with new environmental and health and safety risks to manage due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Through a process of risk assessment and environmental testing the necessary steps can be developed to effectively reopen your facility or business safely
Join us for a one hour complimentary seminar, where we’ll be bringing together our risk assessment and air quality professionals to present and discuss ideas on how we can best navigate this new paradigm.
How to ensure your existing Emergency Response and Health and Safety Plans include a COVID-19 Management Program that meets your needs.
Assessing your occupancy patterns in order to implement any mitigation measures which will help minimize transmission.
Will your re-occupancy plan address your occupants’ concerns?
Learn how and where to use practical strategies to make a custom plan that fits your specific needs
Public Health Inspector at Algoma Public Health
Jennifer Flood, RN, BScN, MN
Public Health Nurse at Algoma Public Health
Jennifer Flood is a Registered Nurse who works within the Community Wellness Program at Algoma Public Health. Jennifer has worked at Algoma Public Health for 11 years and has experience in a variety of programs. Her current areas of focus are healthy environments, active living and on/off road safety. Jennifer received her Masters of Nursing in 2015. She also works part time as a professor in the BScN programs at Sault College and Nipissing University. She was a member of the board of the Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario from 2015-2019 and currently is the Treasurer/Secretary for the Ontario Nurses Association Local 012.
National Practice Leader Indoor Environmental Quality at Pinchin Ltd.
David Muise is the National Practice Leader with the Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) Group. As National Practice Leader, David’s focus is on the technical performance of the Indoor Environmental Quality team, to ensure consistent, responsive and superior service in every region. David has over 25 years of experience involving IEQ, Occupational Health and Safety (OHS), hygiene, and mould projects. This experience extends to commercial, institutional, health care, education, government, public and private, and construction sectors.
Stephen Booth, CET. LEED AP, RESET AP
Director, Indoor Environmental Quality and Occupational Health & Safety