ASHRAE Learning Institute (ALI) will offer three free webinars, plus a detailed course targeted to the European and Middle East regions, focused on mitigating potential health risks during reopening of buildings closed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The agreement gives the Navajo Nation the right to use water from sources located within Utah and adjacent to or encompassed within the boundaries of the Navajo Reservation resulting in depletions not to exceed a specified amount annually.
The company hosted a virtual visit to its facility in Oakland, California, for 19 University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) nursing students in partnership with Dr. Barbara Materna, one of California's senior experts in occupational health.
Titled “After COVID-19: Plumbing and Gas Considerations for Food and Beverage Establishments,” the June 10 webinar will feature an in-depth discussion about reopening food and beverage establishments after a prolonged closure or greatly reduced use.
The guideline is intended for use by owners of human-occupied buildings and those involved in the design, construction, installation, commissioning, management, operation, maintenance, and service of centralized building water systems and components.