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Lunch & Learn #13: SafeTraces: Proving Indoor Air Optimisation using Aerosol Tracer Technology

Like never before, facility managers, employers, and indoor air quality professionals are held to the highest standards of safety and rapidly evolving health regulation. Harnessing the power of DNA, veriDART by SafeTraces verifies engineering controls and HVAC performance for airborne pathogens to keep people safe in any indoor environment. https://www.safetraces.com/ 

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Lunch & Learn #12: The RESET Standard

RESET® Air is the world’s first sensor-based, performance-driven building certification program where indoor air quality is monitored and measured in real-time. Buildings and/or spaces are required to consistently maintain healthy indoor air quality at all times, as defined by the Standard. RESET Air is comprised of comprehensive standards for hardware or sensor performance, installation, maintenance and data communication. Learn more about the RESET Air Standard here: https://reset.build/standard/air.

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Lunch & Learn #11: Geordie Galvin – Odour Assessments

Geordie Galvin, the Director and Principal Consultant at Astute has 20 years’ experience in air quality. He has completed numerous studies including projects involving landfills, hydrogenation plants, ethanol plants, boat repair and manufacturing operations, refineries, chicken farms, piggeries, cattle feedlots, rendering plants and wastewater treatment plants. He has consulted to state and local government agencies throughout Australia and collaborated with universities in the United States including the University of Nebraska at Lincoln and West Texas A & M University. Geordie…

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Lunch & Learn #10 Lisa Rogers – What’s New? IAQ Standards Development in ASTM and ISO

Despite the pandemic, standards development has been robust with increased committee participation despite the challenges !  This presentation will provide an overview and update on developing IAQ related standards in ASTM and ISO , such as PRV, micro vacuuming, legionella, sampling strategy and more.  Highlights of the standard drafts as well as the obstacles and issues being debated will be presented. Takeaway: Understanding how true consensus standards are developed and that everyone can and should participate. Recognizing that consensus is…

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Lunch & Learn #9 Dr Jayne Morrow – Working Together for a Safer Normal

Keep up to date on airborne disease transmission news from across the world! Gain a global cutting-edge perspective from the US former National Science and Technology Executive Director, and leading Microbiologist and Molecular Biologist, Dr Jayne Morrow on curtailing airborne disease transmission.  Dr Morrow will describe the journey she has taken through Government Policy and a background spanning from Civil Engineering to Molecular Biology and describe what led her to creating the Integrated Biosecurity and Built Environment Consortium – IBEC…

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Air Quality, Ventilation & Healthy Building Webinar June 2021

Our June 2021 webinar is free for IAQAA members! Sign in below to watch the recording and download the slides: Sean Maxwell: Good, Better & Best Ventilation plus The Physics of Built Tight & Ventilate Right Dr Cameron Munro: Indoor Air Quality in Passive Houses in Australia Dr Brad Prezant: Assessing Ventilation Design and Performance to Prevent Infection The following content is accessible for members only, please sign in.

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Lunch & Learn #8 Dr Zaheer Nasar – Detection and characterisation of biological materials in airborne particles: Challenges and Opportunities

Abstract Biological materials in airborne particles (PM) have diverse sources, formation processes, composition and sizes. Knowledge has advanced substantially in recent years with regards to PM physical properties (mass, number, size) and chemical composition (chemical speciation).  However, less progress has been made in the characterisation of biological materials in PM and the interaction between its abiotic and biological components. This significantly limits understanding of the role and impact of PM in the context of public health (allergenicity, toxicity, infectivity), climate…

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