Breathe Easy: Strategies to Support Healthy Indoor Air
GreenCE’s mission is to support the necessary transition to a sustainable built environment by empowering design professionals to address the environmental, economic, and social impacts of buildings. GreenCE’s course catalog includes LEED exam preparation, continuing education to maintain your AIA or LEED credential, as well as specialty education focused on topics such as ADA/Barrier-Free requirements. We are committed to designing the highest quality continuing education programs in the construction industry.
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Most of us take respirable air for granted, and while outdoor air remains relatively high quality, indoor air can contain significantly higher concentrations of harmful contaminants such as hazardous vapors or fine particulates. Join us in this 1-hour course to explore strategies to maintain high quality indoor air.
- 1. Describe the difference between IEQ and IAQ and explain how IAQ credits are allocated within the LEED BD+C categories
- 2. List applicable IAQ LEED credits and discuss strategies for achievement in both the Design and Construction Phases of a LEED Project
- 3. Articulate best practices when implementing a Construction IAQ Management Plan
- 4. Demonstrate the Indoor Air Quality measures that should be addressed for any IAQ Management Plan and illustrate what a typical IAQ Management Plan looks like
- 5. Define all applicable IAQ credits that should be addressed both before occupancy and post-occupancy and explain strategies for implementation of these credits
10 Multiple Choice and True/False Questions
A score of 80% or higher is required to receive a certificate of completion