Strategies for Safer Buildings: Re-Occupancy in the Face of COVID19
This course explores emerging research and recommendations on COVID-19 transmission risks within the built environment. It will also introduce AIA’s newest COVID-19 design tools, including the Risk Management Plan for Buildings, Re-occupancy Assessment Tool, and interactive ArchMap. Together, these tools provide building owners and design teams the process and information they need to create safer buildings.
You will hear from architects, facility managers, and public health experts how to leverage these tools to re-open the nation’s buildings while minimizing occupant health risks. They will detail the step by step process of applying these tools and share lessons learned from their own experience. At the end of the course, you will know how to reduce COVID-19 transmission within buildings and how to apply a risk management process for all hazard types.
This course offers critical insight from seasoned professionals on how risk management can not only enhance occupant health and safety during a pandemic, but also position firms for new market opportunities and enhance client services for a wide range of hazards.
- Demystify emerging research and recommendations on COVID-19 transmission risks
- Identify COVID-19 public health risks specific to the built environment
- Describe a process for analyzing and prioritizing hazards and risks in a given building
- Provide example architectural, administrative, and PPE controls to mitigate identified COVID-19 hazards
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