No matter what climate or location you live in, you must prepare your building for potential seasonal conditions. Whether you live somewhere where the climate is humid or there is potential for snow and frost, the severity depends on if your location is susceptible to storm, wind, rain damage or more. Buildings in some locations may only need to focus on HVAC and IAQ needs, while others need to get ready inside and out. This 1-hour webinar will provide healthy HVAC tips to prepare for various weather conditions while keeping energy savings, occupant comfort, and disaster prevention in mind. We will demonstrate how to inspect your roof for ease of upkeep and safe maintenance as well as how to prepare the high-traffic areas of your building in regards to flooring, signage, and cleaning. Finally, we'll show you how to put together a Weather Event Tool Kit that can tackle elements of Mother Nature that evade preventative measures.
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List the seasonal actions to take to prepare your HVAC system for energy savings, occupant comfort, and disaster prevention
Demonstrate how to inspect a roof for ease of upkeep and safe maintenance
Implement measures to keep high-traffic areas safe and free from hazards
Select helpful tools to include in a Weather Event Tool Kit that will protect occupants and the environment
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Presenter: Jim Taube
Jim possesses degrees in Civil & Environmental Engineering from Clarkson University in New York and Electrical Power Technology from Bismarck State College.
He has extensive industrial experience with 23 years in the pulp and paper industry and 12 years in institutional and pharmaceutical facility management.
His responsibilities have included engineering design, electrical and mechanical maintenance, and power plant utilities management.
Areas of expertise include HVAC design, commissioning and qualification, construction administration, and energy cost savings initiatives.
Jim’s credentials include being registered as a Professional Engineer and the Certified Energy Manager and Auditor certifications.
Jim is married and lives in Middletown, OH and has 4 married children.
NOTE: State license renewal information is provided as a convenience only and is subject to change at any time. It is the ultimate responsibility of the individual to be sure that he or she is meeting continuing education requirements for each license and corresponding renewal period. Information above was pulled on Friday, August 23, 2019.