BOC 1005: Indoor Environmental Quality
Event ID: A14817
Info: Nov 16, 2017 • Thu • 8:00am-4:00pm • 1 mtg • UHM Krauss 12 • $200 (General) • Sweater and brown bag lunch suggested • Register/withdraw by Aug 31
With: Kenton Beal
BOC 1005: Indoor Environmental Quality introduces the basic causes of indoor environmental quality problems and begins to develop a method of diagnosis and solution.
Gain an understanding of the dynamic components of indoor environmental quality in relation to source control, occupant sensitivity and ventilation. Emphasis is placed on communications with building occupants for reliable investigations without aggravating existing issues. Develop an Occupancy Schedule for your facility to turn in at the start of the next course, BOC 1006: Common Opportunities for Low-Cost Operational Improvement .
By the end of this module, you are able to:
- Describe the key factors that determine indoor environmental quality in commercial buildings.
- Identify basic air handling equipment and implications for thermal comfort and indoor air quality.
- List the elements of a basic indoor environmental quality program and assist in creating one.
- Describe the relationship between moisture, mold, and ventilation.
- List the procedures to effectively manage indoor air quality concerns and complaints.
- Communicate effectively with occupants about IEQ issues.
- Identify a minimum of two information resources for managing IEQ.
To qualify for Building Operator Certification, BOC 1005: Indoor Environmental Quality must be completed with BOC 1001, 1002, 1003, 1004, 1006, and 1009.
The United States Green Building Council (www.gbci.org) has approved the core BOC Level I curriculum for continuing education hours toward the LEED Credential Maintenance Program. BOC 1005 is approved to earn LEED credential holders 8 continuing education hours.
Kenton Beal, Vice President of Enpro Environmental, has twenty years of professional environmental project development and management experience with a strong emphasis on risk evaluation, risk ranking and environmental hazard assessment. He has experience in environmental management and prioritizing resource allocation to address environmental liabilities in a cost effective manner; developed thousands of project budgets for planning and implementation purposes; performed numerous RCRA hazardous waste characterization investigations, Phase I and II environmental investigations, remediation of soil and groundwater and environmental management of large construction projects. His projects have included urban renewal, remediation management at petroleum refineries, best management practices, storm water management, solid waste management, construction-related permitting, indoor air quality evaluations, closure of RCRA Treatment Storage and Disposal (TSD) facilities, remediation management for fungal contamination, evaluation of environmental issues related to lease disputes and commercial property transactions. Beal has also performed and managed hundreds of mold and moisture investigations, ranging from single-family residential properties to high-rise commercial and resort properties.
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