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Presentations: Environmental Microbiology – fate and transport considerations

Shawn Ryan, EPA & Aaron Packman, Northwestern University

RE-U-ZIP

INNOVATIVE DUST BARRIER SOLUTIONS | PEEL.SAVE.REUSE.

World Housing Solution

Evolution of expeditionary solutions

HWC

Changing the world for good.

American Health Law Association

Excellence in Health Care Requires Excellence in Health Law

NSF International

Ensure Your COVID-19 Program is Checked by NSF™

National Safety Council

SAFER: Safe Actions for Employee Returns

IBM

IBM Worker Insights Solution

bioWALL

bioWALL, a Sabre Company

American Industrial Hygiene Association

Justine Parker

Better Business Bureau of Southern Colorado

Start With Trust®

ASHRAE

Shaping Tomorrow’s Built Environment Today

Colorado Institute for Social Impact (CI4SI)

Accelerating the Evolution of Business.

Ikeuchi USA, Inc.

Dry-fog Disinfection

STAGE 1 - Keynote: William Adams, Chief Economist, PNC

Economic impacts of COVID-19

STAGE 1 - Welcome Remarks

Jayne Morrow, Assistant Vice President, Research & Economic Development, Montana State University Ken Martinez, Senior Scientist, HWC, former CDC NIOSH Paula Olsiewski, Program Director, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

STAGE 1 - Robert Bahl, Vice President of Engineering & Facilities, Global Americas, Marriott Hotels Jon Links, Chief Risk Officer, Johns Hopkins University Derek Kirk, Director of Community Engagement & Advocacy, Visit SLO CAL Hugh Darley, President, IDEA Inc. Stefanie Sample, President, MTB Management, Insight Studio, Pailor

Commercial Industry Panel: What keeps you up at night?

STAGE 1 - Sara Duginski Director of Certification & Standards, International Kitchen Exhaust and Cleaning Association, (IKECA)

Cleaning and Sanitation Association Best Practices: What is working now and where are the knowledge gaps?

STAGE 1 - Brandon Burton, VP Technical Application, IICRC/RIA/AIHA COVID-19 Joint Task Force

Cleaning and Sanitation Association Best Practices: What is working now and where are the knowledge gaps?

STAGE 1 - John Dony, Director of the Campbell Institute, US National Safety Council

Cleaning and Sanitation Association Best Practices: What is working now and where are the knowledge gaps?

STAGE 1 - Lisa Ng, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

Current State and Next-steps for Guidance and Standards.

STAGE 1 - Bill Bahnfleth, Chair, ASHRAE Epidemic Task Force

Current State and Next-steps for Guidance and Standards.

STAGE 1 - Joe Lewelling, Senior Advisor on Content & Strategy, Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI)

Current State and Next-steps for Guidance and Standards.

STAGE 1 - Greg Sayles, Director, Center for Environmental Solutions and Emergency Response, Office of Research and Development, US Environmental Protection Agency

Current State and Next-steps for Guidance and Standards.

STAGE 1 - Gregg Loughman, Founder, Athru Consulting

Innovations and Emerging Best Practices.

STAGE 1 - Kristen Omberg Technical Group Manager, Chemical & Biological Signatures Science and Bill Richmond, Chief Operating Office, National Security Directorate, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, PNNL

Innovations and Emerging Best Practices

STAGE 1 - Monica Schoch-Spana, Senior Scholar, Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Innovations and Emerging Best Practices

STAGE 2 - Opening Remarks

Jayne Morrow, Assistant Vice President, Research & Economic Development, Montana State University Ken Martinez, Senior Scientist, HWC, former CDC NIOSH

STAGE 2 - Keynote: Matthew Moe, Program Director, DHS NBACC

Fate and persistence Characteristics of SARS-CoV2

STAGE 2 - Kevin Van Den Wymelenberg, Professor & Director, Institute for Health in the Built Environment, Biology & the Built Environment Center, University of Oregon

Strategies and Lessons-learned Building Operations

STAGE 2 - Jelena Srebric, Professor, Mechanical Engineering Department, Director, Center for Sustainability in the Built Environment, Interim Assoc. Dean for Research, A. James Clark School of Engineering, University of Maryland

Strategies and Lessons-learned Building Operations

STAGE 2 - Joseph Allen, Assistant Professor of Exposure Assessment Science, Director of Healthy Buildings, Dept. of Environmental Health, Harvard School of Public Health

Strategies and Lessons-learned Building Operations

STAGE 2 - Zheng O’Neill, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Texas A&M University

Strategies and Lessons-learned Building Operations

STAGE 2 - Moderators: Ginger Chew, CDC & Yair Hazi Kenneth Mead, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health

Aerosolization, Exposure and Risk Reduction

STAGE 2 - Don Milton, University of Maryland, School of Public Health

Aerosolization, Exposure and Risk Reduction

STAGE 2 - Lisa Brosseau, University of Minnesota Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy

Aerosolization, Exposure and Risk Reduction

STAGE 2 - Moderators: Shawn Ryan, EPA & Aaron Packman, Northwestern University Linsey Marr, Virginia Tech Rich Corsi, Portland State University Krista Wigginton, University of Michigan Raul Gonzalez, Hampton Roads Sanitation District

Environmental Microbiology – fate and transport considerations

STAGE 2 - Syed Sattar, Emeritus Professor of Microbiology, University of Ottawa

Decontamination - innovative approaches and chemistry impacts on creating clean and healthy spaces

STAGE 2 - Moderators: Delphine Farmer, Colorado State University & Darla Goeres, Montana State University PANAL Tajah Blackburn, Senior Scientist at EPA Office of Pesticides Programs Tony Buhr, Naval Surface Warfare Center Shelly Miller, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, University of Colorado Boulder

Decontamination - innovative approaches and chemistry impacts on creating clean and healthy spaces

STAGE 2- Moderators: Matthew Fields, Montana State University and Kristin Omberg, PNNL Tonya Nichols, Environmental Protection Agency Kartik Chandran, Columbia University Kristin Omberg, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Raina Plowright, Montana State University

Biological surveillance in the built environment – what can we achieve and where do we need innovation?

STAGE 3 - Welcome Remarks

Jayne Morrow, Assistant Vice President, Research & Economic Development, Montana State University Ken Martinez, Senior Scientist, HWC, former CDC NIOSH

STAGE 3 - Keynote: Lidia Morawska, Minimizing airborne transmission of COVID-19 Indoors

Minimizing airborne transmission of COVID-19 Indoors

STAGE 3 - Moderators: Wendy Purcell, Harvard Mike Johannsen, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Global Institutional, for Ecolab Inc. Randy Gaines, Senior Vice President of Operations and New Hotel Openings for the Americas for Hilton Jim Glynn, Vice President, Global Workplace Safety, GM

Providing Confidence and Managing Risk

STAGE 3 - Moderators: Monica Schoch-Spana, Johns Hopkins University and Keely Maxwell, EPA Keely Maxwell, Anthropologist, US Environmental Protection Agency Sandra Quinn, Professor and Chair, Family Science, Senior Associate Director of Maryland Center for Health Equity Thomas Cunningham, Chief, Social Science and Translation Research Branch Division of Science Integration, CDC NIOSH Lucia Mullen, Senior Analyst at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Social and Behavioral Science Contributions and Insights

STAGE 3 - Moderators: Tod Companion, DHS and Justine Parker, AIHA Destiny Aman, Deputy Program Manager for Marketing for FEMA's Customer-Centered Communications (C3) team, HWC Barry Simpson, SVP and Chief Information and Integrated Services Officer, The Coca-Cola Company Jade Mitchell, Associate Professor, Biosystems & Agricultural Engineering (BAE), Michigan State University Ramon Sanchez, Research Associate, Department of Environmental Health, Harvard University, T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Harvard University Tiffany Misrahi, Vice President of Policy, World Travel and Tourism Council Jonathan Liebert, CEO, BBB of Southern Colorado

Risk Assessment, Risk Management, Communication and Standards Coordination

STAGE 3 - Moderator Summary: Jayne Morrow, Assistant Vice President, Research & Economic Development, Montana State University

CLOSING REMARKS