In this live webinar, Proctor Group's indoor air quality guru, Andy Russell address this important topic, investigating the key qualitative and regulatory requirements, how other countries have failed or succeeded in addressing poor Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) and what the future may hold for Australia in this area.
► Please note that this webinar is included in ABSA's 2020 annual CPD packages. If you are a subscriber, do not register for this webinar here. (No refund can be provided and CPD points can only be claimed once)
Unhealthy buildings and the legacy of unhealthy occupants has been around long before we started to seal our buildings. This presentation introduces, in practical terms, how a well designed building enclosure allows for control and more effective means of delivery of quality air via appropriate approaches to ventilation.
In this one hour live webinar, the presenter investigates the key qualitative and regulatory requirements, how other countries have failed or succeeded in addressing poor Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) and what the future may hold for Australia in this area.
Industry leading expert Andy Russell has worked in the field of condensation and indoor air quality in Europe with UK based building envelope specialists Proctor Group. Andy also worked in Japan for 7 years including a spell on secondment to Daiwa House, Japan’s largest housing manufacturer. He also conducted research into the performance of construction membranes at the Kyoto Institute of Technology.
Andy has been in Australia since 2007 and was a member of the group writing the first edition of the “Condensation Handbook” published in 2011 by the ABCB and presented across Australia on the subject to several industry associations and the Australian.
By the end of this presentation, attendees will:-
Understand the importance of ventilation for achieving good Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) outcomes
Understand the health, productivity and cognitive risks of poor IAQ
Be familiar with indoor and outdoor sources of pollutants and contaminants
Know the different approaches to ventilation and consider suitability for each building, climate, occupancy & budget
Become familiar with current mandatory and voluntary guidelines for building ventilation
Understand the role played by effective ventilation in managing condensation risk
Consider the application of continuous exhaust ventilation paired with trickle ventilation to meet IAQ objectives
Discuss key issues affecting the specification of trickle ventilation devices
Know when and where to seek assistance
1 x Category 2 CPD point
Upon completion of the accompanying quiz your CPD log will be updated accordingly. (Certificate of Attendance will be provided for non-members).
ABSA Members - $50 + GST
Non ABSA Members - $70 + GST
Registrations close 4.00pm (AEDT) Monday 26 October
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All those who complete the GoTo registration procedure will automatically be sent a copy of the webinar recording at the conclusion of the live event.