Healthy environments: Re-entry lessons learned ft. Dr. Joe Allen
As we rapidly approach re-entry in many cities, it is no surprise that the health and well-being of the people entering their workspace is a top priority.
We welcome Dr. Joe Allen to explore how both landlords and tenants can navigate the growing health-first demand in today’s built environment. We will discuss applying science to assess risk, consider tactical approaches that will move the needle, and help align communication between tenant, employee, and landlord.
Dr. Joe Allen is the Healthy Buildings program director at Harvard Chan School of Public Health and author of Healthy Buildings.
In this session, you will learn how to:
- Evaluate your building and unlock functional suggestions to improve building health
- Examine strategies for practical solutions to implement immediately that can move the needle
- Build trust to alleviate re-entry anxiety with tenants and employees
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