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The Smart Buildings Center (SBC) offers live instructional webinars throughout the year to keep you informed on the dynamic field of facilities management. Learn practical solutions to deal with the energy hogs in your building from industry experts. The 2019 webinars focus on occupational health and safety practices in buildings, utilizing energy management information systems to identify and communicate energy savings opportunities, and explore advancements in HVAC and lighting.

For the BOC graduate, successful completion of the webinar and accompanying quiz provides 1.5 points towards maintaining your BOC Certification and .15 IACET CEU’s towards the renewal of industry certifications, certificates and licenses including but not limited to AIA, PE, LEED, IFMA, ASHRAE, and AEE.

Safety Practices in Building Operations

When: September 18, 2019,  11am-12pm Pacific, and followed by a written quiz.

This webinar will provide an overview of the regulatory rules and the standards that guide us toward Occupational Health and Occupational Safety practices to sustain our most valued organizational assets: Our People!

Speaker: Larry Price, Safety Professional, Hoffman Construction Company

Going Beyond Benchmarking your Buildings

When: October 23, 2019,  11am-12pm Pacific, and followed by a written quiz.

Benchmarking the performance of your building only focuses on monitoring energy use. For most, performance goes beyond monitoring energy bill to include the performance of the whole building that impacts the building occupants’ health and comfort. This webinar will discuss strategies beyond monitoring energy use to looking at data analysis that would impact the whole building.

Speaker: Benjamin Silverman, Climate and Buildings Program Manager, City of Boston Environment Department

Cost: Single Webinar $79,  2 Webinar Combo $125, Full 6 Webinar Series $300

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER OR LEARN MORE and see the all of the session opportunities for 2019.

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