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Designated Substances in Buildings
Designated Substances in all types of buildings can pose financial risks and exposure hazards to employees and other occupants. Minimizing those risks requires knowledge of what Designated Substances are, where they may be located in facilities, and the methods for identifying, evaluating, and controlling them.

Awareness and implementation of strategies in the management, maintenance, and renovation of buildings are required to demonstrate regulatory compliance. These actions help avoid unnecessary financial impacts and project delays during planned renovation or construction activities and assist in maintaining a healthy working, living, and playing environment.

This 1-hour webinar will address how Designated Substances can impact the property owner/manager, building occupants, and contractors and how to mitigate those impacts.

This will be of benefit to:
• Property Managers/Owners/Coordinators
• Capital Projects / Asset Managers
• Property Acquisition/Sell Teams
• Operations, Regional and Maintenance Managers
• Renovation/Construction Project Managers
• Design and Architectural Project Managers
• Environmental Coordinators
• Health & Safety Specialists
• Property Investors
• Contractors

There will be an opportunity for attendees to ask their own questions following the presentation.

Apr 27, 2021 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Steve March, OH&S (cert), AMRT
Senior Project Manager @ECOH
Steve March is certified in Occupational Health and Safety and a highly skilled and experienced Senior Project Manager. He has an extensive track record over the last 15 years directing complex environmental designated substances and hazardous materials assessment and abatement projects, for clients in the industrial, commercial, education and real estate sectors. His excellence in project management and expertise in Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety make him a valued resource to ECOH clients.