In order to protect the health and safety of all of our students and staff, all course participants must produce proof of vaccination. I acknowledge that I can provide proof of vaccination.
Our teaching team of a design engineer, biosafety engineer, and commissioning agent provide practical, “been-there, done-that” information, incorporating real-world experience as well as theoretical knowledge.
REASONS TO ATTEND
- Study the impact of design on operations, safety, and sustainability of BSL3/ABSL3 labs.
- Examine the impact of energy efficiency/sustainability efforts on cost savings and safety.
- Focus on case studies and lessons learned in the many facilities designed or operated by our instructors.
- Participate in both an architectural and mechanical tour of a state of the art laboratory facility.
- Risk assessment as a BSL3 design driver
- Complexities of the design/construction/commissioning/verification processes
- BSL3 laboratory guidelines
- Primary containment equipment and exhaust needs
- Architectural planning issues
- Role of HVAC in containment
- Using airflow to control and remove airborne contaminants
- Designing for decontamination and waste management
- Blueprint reading 101
Dan Frasier, PE, CCP, Principal, Director of Commissioning Services, Cornerstone Commissioning
Paul J. Kitchens, PE, LEED AP, Partner, Newcomb & Boyd Consultants and Engineers
What Past participants said about this course:
- “Very informative [you] provide basic knowledge along with good background information that will allow me to make a positive impact on my facility.”
- “Great two day class, lots of good info, but real life examples were best.”
- “A very well done course. I would recommend it to anyone. As a BSL3 user who worked in the lab & didn’t care how it worked, to now being an operations manager for a BSL3 and needing to know how it works, this class was perfect for helping to learn more about how the labs work.”