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Navigating Facilities 2021 and Beyond
Dr. Farrell developed a system to create cleaner air indoors by reducing concentrations of airborne pathogens through the use of enhanced methods that extend already-in-place efforts (like masks and distancing) to limit spread of COVID-19 and enhance safety.
Time & Location
28 ene 2021, 2:00 p. m. – 3:00 p. m. GMT-5
About the Event
Dr. Jason Farrell is a facility management expert who has defined key methods to orchestrate elements of the built environment that increase productivity and effectiveness in the course of our global health crisis.
People – Strategies to fully consider and engage key human resources in any operation.
Places – Welcome users in 2021 to a facility that aligns with critical safety and health guidance.
Processes – Ensure consistent and effective operations with focused systems and protocols.
Why a COVID Air program?
The Centers for Disease Control indicates that the primary method of person-to-person transmission of the Coronavirus is through the air. Sometimes it is through close contact, while other times it is exposure to the virus in small droplets that can stay suspended in the “air for minutes to hours”.
About Your Host
Dr. Jason Farrell Founder/Facilitiesmart
Jason Farrell, Ed.D., holds a terminal degree in education with a research focus investigating elements of built environments that influence user experiences. He provides facility assessment services that include the use of proprietary tools to conduct effectiveness evaluations (Integrated Facility Effectiveness Assessment Instrument [IFEA-I]) and to evaluate the influence of built environments on their users (Influence of Environmental Elements Questionnaire [ICEE-Q]). Each of these tools have been tailored for use in COVID-19-response settings. He has recently designed and implemented a successful full program for COVID-19 reopening and led multiple teams covering infection control measures, OSHA standards, risk mitigation strategies, and training.