Advancing Healthy Buildings - What landlords are doing to mitigate the risk of spreading COVID-19 in buildings?
September 3rd, 2020 | 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Since the time when COVID-19 containment measures came into effect, landlords of Commercial Real Estate have been gradually preparing for the safe return to work when buildings reopen. The health, safety and wellness of their tenants, staff and other occupants are paramount and are integral to the services they provide. Enhanced janitorial and sanitation practices, safe operating practices for elevators and escalators to promote physical distancing, enhanced tenant communication strategies, upgrades to HVAC systems and operating procedures are among the top measures that are being implemented to reduce to minimize risks and promote healthy environment.
Join industry leaders as we discuss how landlords are preparing their office and retail buildings for reoccupation and return to business operations under the “new normal”.
What will be covered?
- What HVAC technologies are being considered and adopted?
- What enhanced HVAC operating and maintenance procedures being implemented?
- How physical distancing in elevators are being managed?
- How physical distancing in washroom are being managed?
- What enhanced janitorial and sanitation practices being implemented?
- What steps are being taken to promote wellness in retail and mixed use setting?
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