Strategies for Clean Air, Clean Spaces as Employees Return To Offices

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What can employers do to help insure their office air, and office space overall, is as healthy as possible as employees return? From modifying existing ventilation systems (BPA filters), to portable air filters, to full blown systems, we’ll talk cleaning protocols, tools and tips, we’ll take a look at what employers can do to provide the best environment for their most valuable assets – their teams.

Original air date: Thursday, December 10 at 11 a.m.

Panel of experts

Dennis 2Dennis N. Francoeur, Jr. CIH, CSP, CMI
Principal, RPF Environmental

Dennis has been employed with RPF Environmental since 1997 and is the Technical Director, responsible for technical review of projects and operating procedures for technical staff. He specializes in Industrial Hygiene, OSHA Compliance, Site Safety and Health Management, and Remediation HASP Development. As an occupational health and safety professional for over 30 years, his experience involves the evaluation of safety and chemical hazards in industrial, non-industrial, outdoor environments, and remediation sites. This includes the development of health and safety plans for hazardous waste site operations, performance of site safety officer duties, designing and implementing various health and safety programs, conducting in-plant and environmental audits, OSHA compliance reviews and surveys, Legionella evaluations, collecting samples for characterization of chemical hazards, evaluation of chemical handling procedures, recommendations for corrective actions, and the creation and presentation of training programs. He has overseen the development and implementation of RPF Environmental’s accredited EPA RRP training programs on a federal level and in Massachusetts. As well, he delivers Hazwoper initial and refresher training, Confined Space, and OSHA 10 and 30-hour courses.  Also, as a health and safety professional, he has presented a variety of related courses for Keene State College – OSHA Institute and S&H Council of NH – Northern New England.

John HobdenJohn C. Hobden, P.E.
Vice President, Granite State Plumbing & Heating, LLC

John started his career in 2002 designing coal fired boilers for power plants. In 2006, he decided to move into a more in demand industry and joined an engineering firm dedicated to the design and construction of food manufacturing plants.  Over the course of the next 10 years he traveled the country designing and overseeing the construction of a wide variety of manufacturing plants.  John’s specialty was process utilities, HVAC and food processes.  With that experience, and a growing family, he decided to return to his roots and moved back to New Hampshire where he worked for a large food manufacturer.  In this role, he met Granite State Plumbing and Heating and worked with them on several high-profile projects.  He was so impressed with the people and the culture of the organization that he joined the Granite State Plumbing and Heating team in 2018.  In his new role he brings his engineering, manufacturing and construction background to help lead Granite State as they strive to maintain their reputation as the premiere mechanical contractor in New Hampshire.

Scott Tarzia (002)Scott Tarzia
Industrial Sales and Business Development, Granite State Plumbing & Heating, LLC

Scott started his career in 1997 as an apprentice plumber. After getting his journeymen license in 2003, and masters license in 2006 he quickly moved up the ranks and was running mechanical and plumbing crews in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. With that experience, he helped start a small projects division that quickly took off.  As he worked to grow that small projects division, he found his true calling, sales, and developed long lasting relationships with clients all over New Hampshire.  He joined the Granite State Plumbing and Heating team in 2014 where he has implemented his sales technique and helped grow the service small projects division.

Soclean Staff BwilkinsBob Wilkins
CEO, SoClean

Bob is an executive entrepreneur with a passion for people and emerging technology—and more than 33 years of experience marketing and selling products to businesses and consumers. Bob currently serves as CEO of SoClean, where he has been a board member since inception. In late 2017, he led SoClean to a successful purchase by DWHP and continues to drive the company’s rapid global expansion. SoClean, originally known for its popular sleep equipment maintenance device, the SoClean 2, now proudly offers a whole line of health technology products. SoClean’s innovative line of products does the dirty work, so you can take the best possible care of yourself and your family.

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