ASHRAE repeats course on the role of HVAC systems on infection control
This three-hour course focuses on the design and operation of HVAC systems in healthcare facilities
ASHRAE will offer the archived course on the role of HVAC systems in infection control in hospitals with a live Q&A session to cater to Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia regions.
The course, “Designing and Operating High-Performing Healthcare HVAC Systems,” will take place again on April 14. The Q&A instructor, Frank Mills, C.Eng, Member ASHRAE will address questions and concerns relevant to the course.
“Infection control is a primary purpose of HVAC systems in hospitals,” said course instructor, Dan Koenigshofer P.E., MS Public Health, HFDP, SASHE.
This three-hour course focuses on the design and operation of HVAC systems in healthcare facilities. The course details the relationship of infection control and HVAC design, including application of ASHRAE's HVAC Design Manual for Hospitals and Clinics, Second Edition, and ANSI/ASHRAE/ASHE Standard 170-2017 Ventilation of Health Care Facilities. Key elements covered in the course include: infection control, comfort, reliability, safety, maintenance, energy, and flexibility.
To register, visit the ashrae.org/globaltrainingcenter