December 9, 2021
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Our recent worldwide response to COVID-19 has elevated the utilization of safety professionals and industrial hygienist to a level never thought of before and the pandemic has created unusual dilemmas in-which our profession happen to have the perceptual skills sets and experience to bridge the gaps between healthcare, PPE, hazard assessments and controls.
In this presentation we will discuss the various issues that arose the multiple phases of our COVID-19 response at New Jersey’s largest comprehensive public institution of higher education, encompassing a world renowned research university, academic healthcare system, and multiple campuses & research stations operating 24/7. We will cover the challenges, that almost everyone experienced and how we overcame them, from our 3D Printing operations to alleviate PPE supply change shortages, symptom monitoring to case manage our healthcare workers, mass COVID testing for employee/students, sterilization of N95, mass fit-testing our front line healthcare workers, assessing PPE, dealing with fake PPE, clear barrier manufacturing, extensive cleaning and decontamination, temporary hospital surge units with isolation ventilation, building and engineering control assessments, BSL3 COVID research, human subject research studies and the repopulating our campuses and restarting our operations.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.