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Dayton IFMA - Workplace Health and Safety

February 18, 2021
11:45 AM to 1:00 PM
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Join fellow Dayton IFMA members and guests for Workplace Health and Safety - The WELL Health-Safety Seal.

This will be a Virtual Microsoft Teams meeting held on February 18 from 11:45 am to 1 pm. The speakers will start at noon. A link to the meeting will be sent to those who register.

Members are free; Guests are $10.

Topic:

Thousands of building owners are prioritizing the Health and Safety of their building’s occupants by earning the WELL Health-Safety Seal.

  • Are you prepared for a safe and secure return Back-to-Work?
  • Are you already Back-to-Work and wonder if you have done the best effort at keeping everyone safe and healthy?
  • Do you worry your company culture has been impacted by the COVID-19 crisis?
  • Are you prepared for what could (will) be next?

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the need for organizations to have proactive strategies that deliver a healthy environment and help occupants and visitors feel safe and healthy. These goals can be difficult to achieve without clear guidance and direction.

The WELL Health-Safety Rating is an objective, third-party certification system backed by science, and verified by experts. It helps you reduce guesswork and validates the effectiveness of your practices and processes for occupant wellbeing. This presentation will provide insight into the policies and procedures outlined in the WELL Health-Safety Rating system and how they are focused on safeguarding employee and visitor wellbeing.

Attendees will:

  1. Understand how the WELL Health-Safety Rating guides decision making and policies to ensure their facilities are safe now and in the future.
  2. Recognize how they can safeguard employee and visitor wellbeing and build public trust in their organization using the policies and procedures outlined in the WELL Health-Safety Rating
  3. Realize how achieving the WELL Health-Safety Seal can improve productivity and support their company culture.
  4. Learn how attaining the WELL Health-Safety Seal will state they have made the health and safety of their building’s occupants a top priority.


PRESENTERS:

Michael Berning PE, CEM, LEED Fellow | Chief Innovation Officer | HEAPY

Michael is responsible for the development of new markets and services and to provide corporate leadership for HEAPY Solutions (the wholly owned Construction Management subsidiary of HEAPY). In this role, his team develops the “what’s next” to enhance client service experience and produce colleague advancement opportunities. To emphasize a keen focus on the HEAPY Vision of “Building a more Resilient and Sustainable Society”, new markets and services are centered on Smart Technologies Integration, Distributed Energy Resources, Resiliency Planning, Energy as a Service (EaaS), etc.

Michael has presented at several National and Regional Conferences including the following: Greenbuild, AIA National Convention, International Living Futures UnConference, National Conference on Building Commissioning, the World Energy Engineering Conference, Greening the Heartland, and the US Institute for Theater Technology Conference.

He is on the Industrial Advisory Committee for the University of Dayton Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and he has served as a Fellow for the Hobart Center for Food Service Sustainability. He was a member of the Editorial Advisory Board for the former EDC Magazine, writing a column focusing on sustainability. He leads sustainability on the local level as Co-Chair of the Dayton (Ohio) Regional Green Initiative (DRG3.org) and is a past Regional Chair for the U.S Green Building Council’s College and University based USGBC Students Program. He recently served as Chair of USGBC Ohio.

Charlie Droessler | Client Executive | LJB, Inc.

Charlie’s career has revolved around helping clients solve problems safer, faster, and better.  He obtained his bachelor's degree in Industrial Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville.  For 5 years in Greater Chicago, he held land development positions where value engineering was a daily practice as he constructed roads, master-planned communities, and public utilities.  As a territory manager for 9 years at Carmeuse Lime & Stone, he supported the quality control, logistics, supply chain planning, and innovation needs for public utilities, construction companies, and manufacturers of steel, glass, & chemicals.  At LJB Charlie is constantly “Thinking Bigger” to solve problems for clients by leveraging engineers, technology, and safety professionals, as well as a bit of hustle and grit.

 

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Tickets

$10.00 Guest Ticket