Building Performance

Monday, July 5, 2010 Issue 31   VOLUME 1 ISSUE 31  
TOPICS
Tips from the Experts
News and Events
CONTENTS
Five Building Performance Factors that Can Lead to Costly IAQ Problems
Ensuring OSHA Compliance in Healthcare: Strategies for Creating a Safer Workplace
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Tips from the Experts
Five Building Performance Factors that Can Lead to Costly IAQ Problems
An interview with Brian Baker
by Linda Goodspeed

Can indoor air quality problems be avoided? Yes, says Brian Baker, Senior Engineer at EH&E. “Often the root cause of an indoor air quality (IAQ) problem can be identified, and monitoring building conditions proactively helps head off many potential problems.”
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Ensuring OSHA Compliance in Healthcare: Strategies for Creating a Safer Workplace
Part 1: Traditional Hazards
by Bryan Connors, M.S., C.I.H., H.E.M.

This article is the first of a two-part series discussing current strategies for ensuring OSHA compliance in the healthcare environment. This first article focuses on traditional hazards including electrical safety, lockout/tagout, and asbestos.


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News and Events

CONFERENCES AND EXHIBITIONS

Boston Society of Architects
July 12, 2010
Will Wade,
Staff Scientist of EH&E, will present on the topic of LEED post-construction indoor air quality testing in new construction and major renovation for the Boston Society of Architects Indoor Air Quality Committee.

PUBLICATIONS

Mike Della Barba, Director of Commissioning Services of EH&E, authored an article entitled, “HVAC Optimization for Energy Savings: The payback on waste elimination can be significant”, which was published in the June 4, 2010, issue of the New England Real Estate Journal.
View excerpt from article

Bryan Connors, M.S., C.I.H., H.E.M., Senior Scientist/Healthcare Practice Leader, of EH&E, authored a white paper entitled, "Making Occupational Safety & Health Really Work in Hospitals: Committing to Improvement – Breaking Down Silos". This free white paper is designed to help hospitals reduce financial and brand risk by improving Occupational Safety & Health performance.
Download here


 
For additional information on any upcoming event, please send an email request to Kirsten Buchanan
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