Join the panel of Dr. Michael Berg, Heath Howard, Lander Medlin and Chuck Palmer for a live webinar discussing the environmental, health and safety (EHS) challenges facing colleges and universities as they plan how to safely and efficiently reopen their facilities for the upcoming school year while still preventing the spread of COVID-19.
As places of higher education across the country prepare for reopening for the fall semester, millions of students, professors and staff will once again return to campuses, raising the risk of community spread of COVID-19. How can school administrators restore the confidence in the safety of sending college students back to school settings?
Understanding the transmission of COVID-19, the efficacy of different cleaning methods and the best practices to follow to reduce disease spread while ensuring there isn’t wasteful spending is critical to reopening colleges and universities. Our expert panel will discuss best practices for a safe return to common use areas to avoid any further interruptions or closures in and around the campus educational experience and provide the pros and cons to each approach for cleaning educational facilities to minimize the risk to both employees and students.
- How schools are preparing to reopen
- Explaining COVID-19 and routes of transmission
- Pros and cons of different cleaning methods
- Legal EHS considerations for school reopening