Join AIRAH and IBEC for this two-day, in-depth seminar on indoor air quality featuring IBEC’s Chief Science Officer Kenneth F Martinez (Idaho National Laboratory) and member of IBEC’s Science Advisory Board, Dr. Claire Bird (Litmas Pty Ltd).
Seminar topics breakdown
- Health effects associated with exposure to bioaerosols – airborne viruses, bacteria, and fungi/mold.
- Monitoring for microorganisms in the built environment – sample location, sample collection methods, sample analysis choices, current and future trends in real-time measurement, and data interpretation.
- Understanding how site-based and laboratory-based risk assessment improves decision-making.
- Remediation and risk mitigation of microbially contaminated environments, including after infectious disease and mold outbreaks.
- Case studies demonstrating a risk-based approach to assessment and determining when a building is healthy.
Kenneth F Martinez
Chief Science Officer at the Integrated Bioscience and Built Environment Consortium (IBEC) and Senior Critical Infrastructure Analysts
Certified industrial hygienist and environmental engineer with experience in leading and conducting large-scale research; managing programs in occupational safety and health and emergency response; and creating and teaching professional development courses.
Brings 33 years of CDC expertise in the area of hazardous agent exposure characterization and mitigation control practices in the manufacturing and healthcare industry.
Dr. Claire Bird
Executive Director of IBEC and Managing Director at Litmas Pty
Dr. Bird is a committed and driven scientist and business owner delivering healthier buildings through her research, commercial and academic laboratory management, training, and consulting background spanning 25 years.
Claire completed a doctoral degree in bioaerosol detection and characterization in 2004 before moving to Australia to establish the Environmental Technology Laboratory at Flinders University. Today, she is dedicated to delivering established and cutting-edge microbial analytical products, processes, and services through her Australian-based business, Litmas.
Claire has operated and managed some of Australia’s largest mold and water damage contamination projects, uniquely positioning her at the junction of scientific research and real-world application.
Date: October 17-18
Time: 8.30 am check-in for a prompt 9:00 am start
Venue: Novotel Sydney Centre
169-179 Thomas Street
Sydney, NSW 2000
$1000 for AIRAH and IBEC members
$1,200 for non-members
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