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Webinar: RESET Air Certification Standard

  • Thursday, July 09, 2020
  • 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • Online meeting

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RESET Air Certification Standard

July 9th, 2020

Online meeting 

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM


About the Event:

This presentation is a comprehensive introduction to the RESET Air Certification Standard. Attendees will learn of the importance of healthy indoor air quality (IAQ) and why IAQ monitoring has become a focal point for building owners, organizations, institutes, and other green building certification programs. The presentation will explain the major culprits that contribute to poor IAQ and demonstrate the impacts IAQ has on human health, business prosperity, healthcare costs, employee retention and absenteeism. The session will put into context the critical need for robust and reliable IAQ monitoring standards, providing solutions, tools and guidelines that will assist project teams with their healthy IAQ pursuits. It will also provide insight on how RESET Air contributes to other building and product certification programs so that project teams can leverage their IAQ efforts as efficiently as possible

Prerequisite Knowledge: None

Qualifies for 1 Hour AIA HSW CEU

Learning Objectives

  1. Understand the history, background, and intent of the RESET Air Certification Standard and how it is applied to both Commercial Interiors (CI) and Core and Shell (C&S) projects.
  2. Examine the major culprits of poor IAQ including Temperature (T), Humidity (H), Particulate Matter (PM), Carbon Dioxide (CO2) and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and how the RESET Air Certification is focused specifically on IAQ performance outcomes, being agnostic in its approach to building type, age, location, utilization, etc.
  3. Examine how the RESET Air Certification’s mandatory IAQ transparency visualization disclosure requirement creates:
    a. A documented due diligence data trail of compliance with recognized Best Standards of Care for all Stakeholders to access (Liability),
    b. Increased trust between Tenant Businesses and Building Owners. Tenant Businesses have conspicuous continuous visual proof, through third-party independent verification, that the spaces they occupy are being continuously optimized for their prosperity. (Verification that Building Owner is fulfilling Lease IAQ Commitments, Maximized Business Prosperity, Employee Retention, Lower Healthcare Costs, Lower Absenteeism),
    c. Increased trust by Employees that Employers care about their wellbeing via conspicuous continuous visual proof of third-party independent verification of space health optimization (Maximized Business Prosperity, Employee Retention, Lower Healthcare Costs, Lower Absenteeism).

  4. Recognize how RESET Air contributes to other above-minimum-code certification programs including WELL, LBC, LEED and Fitwel.

Presenter

David MacLean RESET AP, SASB FSA, ASHRAE BCxP, LEED AP BD&C, WELL AP
Founder / President McMac Cx, LLC
Commercial & Residential Deployment Manager – ClearValue 

A person wearing a suit and tie Description automatically generated David is the Founder and President of McMac Cx, LLC., a Mission focused Social Enterprise leveraging Social Tech to construct pathways to healthy Communities where Businesses prosper, Humans thrive and Nature flourishes.  McMac Cx creates performance outcome transparency and accountability within the Built Environment, such that Clients can implement the best designs, advanced technologies and proven processes that maximize the ability of buildings and connected communities to be healthy, efficient and prosperous.  

Human led building science expertise is augmented with leading economic, environmental and social analysis modeling, oversight of building design, construction and operations, cloud-based building automation analytics and real-time performance outcomes via advanced sensor and transparency technologies.

McMac Cx also connects at the grassroots level through their Air Champions – Citizen Scientists initiative and School IAQ Partner Program.   David focuses on collaborative relationships where he can help existing community focused organizations and individuals take their passions to the next level. 

Founding Board Member of the USGBC Texas Chapter and Past Chair of the USGBC Texas Gulf Coast Region, David is committed to improving lives by advocating locally and Statewide for better codes and the highest Standards of Care.  David is engaged locally as a contributor to the City’s Climate Action Plan, Houston’s Cities Connecting Children to Nature program, Local Arc / LEED EBO+M Pilot Projects, Chair of the USGBC Texas Best Practices Committee, Chair of the ASHRAE Houston Commissioning Committee and Founder of Air Champions - Citizen Scientists.

Connection Information

July 9, 20203:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Call in: 701.801.1211
Meeting ID: 139-185-431#Video Meeting: https://www.startmeeting.com/wall/139-185-431


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