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Best practices from the facility front lines Part 2 - Where are we now - 30 days later and beyond.
Women in Facilities Management (WIFM), along with its sponsors, are proud to host the second of a two-part series, focused on providing best practices, along with common sense advice and feedback on the following topics:

1. One month after the initial webinar, the same FM panelists will share their experience on what's working and not working, based on the decisions made 30 days ago vs the most current re-entry guidelines and rules.

2. Joined by renowned Infection Prevention Expert, Darrel Hicks, we will discuss practical solutions and also dispel some myths about proper cleaning and disinfecting. This is your chance to "ask the expert".

3. This webinar will include a more open format, allowing for most of the time to center on questions from the audience, rather than a scripted event.

Returning Panelists:
Aimee (Duel) Janousek, CFM, FMP - Facilities Director at Visa, Former IFMA Chapter President, Current WIFM President

Maria O'Callaghan-Cassidy, CFM, SFP, Senior Director of Operations, Wharton Business School, Vice President WIFM

Sandy Heidstand - Sr. Director GWS & Real Estate at Dolby Laboratories, Former President, Corenet Global Chapter

Jared Call, Sr Facilities, Workplace Leader, Former IFMA Chapter President

Hal Brownston RPA, LEED - AP Senior Vice President, Jones Lang LaSalle

Micah O'Dell, CFM, SFP, FMP - Facilities Area Manager, Fannie Mae, Current IFMA Chapter President

Susan Boyle, Regional Facility Manager - America's Vroom

Facilitator:
Thomas Holland, WIFM Board Advisor/Founder. CEO Corporate Floors, APEX Surface Care

New Panelists:
Brett Seibel - Project Manager and Site Facility Manager, Denver Broncos Stadium

Darrel Hicks - Past President Healthcare Surfaces Institute, Past President Executive Housekeepers Association, Interim EVS Director B.E. Smith Hospital, Author "Infection Prevention for Dummies". Darrel is known for helping companies develop practical, common sense, yet effective infection prevention protocols.

May 14, 2020 02:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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