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EPA/Virginia School Plant Management Association Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Lisa Ng
32:18
I can't hear anyone so let me leave and come back
David Krause
55:18
How many registered attendees?
Sheila Brown
56:25
Hi David, I don't think there was a pre-registration. John Bailey would know best.
Ray Bowman
58:23
Download EPA's resources reference guide and worksheet, Creating a Game Plan for Indoor Air Quality and Ventilation Improvements for COVID-19 and Long-Term Healthy School Indoor Environments: https://bit.ly/2QqUhI0
Sheila Brown
58:45
Thank you very much.
Ray Bowman
01:12:36
Download EPA's resources reference guide and worksheet here: https://bit.ly/2QqUhI0
Erika Eitland
01:51:11
What's excellent about a hierarchy of controls approach is there are so many co-benefits that have lasting impacts for school occupants - lower asthma cases, lower sensitivity to harsh chemical cleaners...This approach creates a culture of health that is supported by technology, but fills the gap if a purifier fails, or a CO2 sensor drifts.
Vernon Jackson
02:05:42
Understand Bipolar Ionization, concerns as it relates to the ozone and not on the EPA's list of combating COVID-19. Is the EPA stance or recommendation is not to use bipolar ionization.
Lisa Ng
02:07:02
Good points, Brett, on humidity
Ray Bowman
02:11:04
Visit EPA's website on School IAQ: https://www.epa.gov/iaq-schools
Erika Eitland
02:11:32
Such an important point, Tracy!
Sheila Brown
02:12:36
Thank you very much Ray Bowman
Erika Eitland
02:19:41
A public health'rs success is when no crisis occurs, we are even better than superheroes because we prevent the problem before it starts...but that makes it hard to have people understand what we really do
Ray Bowman
02:25:58
Don't forget to download EPA's resources reference guide and worksheet: https://bit.ly/2QqUhI0
Sheila Brown
02:26:01
Make public health "sexy" again...
ECappucc
02:27:26
The webinar is being recorded to share later.