Elevate Employee Health and Comfort to the Forefront of Building Design
These unique programs offer a collaborative learning environment that may include presentations from subject matter experts, case studies, and group activities. The highly flexible structure allows us to explore topics creatively, share best practices, and learn from experts and each other to create high-value worksite wellness programs.
5510 Nobel Drive, Suite 200
Fitchburg, WI 53711
Thursday, August 9, 2018
8:15 AM Registration | 8:30- 10:00 AM Program
Did you know that people spend 90% of their time indoors? Do you know that sitting is the new smoking? Did you know that you are a product of your environment? You are what you eat, what you drink, the air you breath, and the quality and quantity of sleep and movement that you get. It's time that our environments enhance our health and wellbeing rather than harm it! The time has come to elevate human health and comfort to the forefront of building design, construction, operations and implement organizational practices policies. The time has come to innovatively reinvent the environments that we work, play and live in that are not only better for the planet—but also for people. This presentation will introduce how to do this using the WELL Building Standard as the framework.
- Identify environmental factors which influence human health and wellbeing.
- Recognize the structure and 7 concepts of the WELL Building Standard and strategies to achieve them.
- Summarize updates included in WELL v2 and Fitwel.
- Explain how to find tools and resources.
Theresa Lehman, LEED Fellow, LEED AP BD+C, ID+C, WELL AP, the director of sustainable services for Miron Construction Co., Inc., has dedicated her entire career to sustainable practice. She has successfully lead the LEED certification process for projects in the commercial, retail, healthcare, K-12 education, higher education, religious, manufacturing, industrial, and government markets that have successfully been awarded Certified, Silver, Gold and Platinum LEED certifications. Theresa holds a Bachelor of Science in Construction Management from the Milwaukee School of Engineering and studied at the Center for Health and the Global Environment at Harvard University.
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