Watch the recording for a compelling discussion on IAQ, exploring effective strategies to mitigate infectious disease transmission in homes, workplaces, and other built environments

CLEAN Lessons Learned

Unraveling Infectious Disease Transmission in the Built Environment

Unraveling Infectious Disease Transmission in the Built Environment

In the second of our four-part CLEAN Lessons Learned series dedicated to indoor air quality (IAQ) and its impact on infectious disease transmission in the built environment, we are shifting our focus to a topic of utmost importance: understanding the presence, risks, and ways to mitigate the spread of infectious disease in indoor spaces.

This session, sponsored by the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA), is designed to bridge the gap between knowledge and practical application, ensuring that individuals are not only aware of potential threats in their environments but also equipped with strategies to address these challenges effectively.

Together, we will delve into infectious disease transmission in various built environments, comprehensively analyze potential hazards associated with these diseases, and provide you with practical information to protect themselves and their communities in various settings.

Joining the conversation, we’ll have expert panelists who bring their wealth of knowledge on air quality, bioengineering, microbiology, and occupational hygiene, representing organizations such as the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), the National Strategic Research Institute at the University of Nebraska (NSRI), the University of Nebraska Medical Center, Biosafety International, and McGill University.

Watch the other sessions of the 4-part IAQ CLEAN Lessons Learned series

Indoor Air Quality as a Public Health Strategy to Reduce the Risk of Infectious Disease Transmission in the Built Environment

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