It’s no secret that creating and managing a return-to-work plan can be challenging. With so many operational aspects and elements to address, it’s often difficult to know what takes priority.
That’s why Phoenix-based OpenWorks, one of the nation’s largest facility services and commercial cleaning and disinfecting service providers, has teamed up with Phoenix-based YellowBird, which recently launched a COVID-19 protocol to help businesses and public facilities to reopen confidently, have joined forces to hold this free webinar for businesses of all kinds across the country.
Knowing that both the CDC and EPA stress the importance of maintaining a clean and healthy HVAC system to curtail the spread of coronavirus and other pathogens in the workplace, this webinar will address the following topics:
- Why airflow quantity and quality are important
• What role spatial mapping plays in your return to work program
• How air flow impacts spatial mapping
• Why testing surfaces for COVID-19 and other viruses is important
This informative webinar is free of charge, but you must register for this event by clicking on this Zoom link.
Sid Lykes, Divisional Operations Director of OpenWorks (see background below) and Shirley Thomas, General Manager of YellowBird (see background below) will lead the webinar.
Sid Lykes, Divisional Operations Director, OpenWorks
Sid spent more than 20 years managing facilities before joining OpenWorks in 2018 as Regional Operations Manager for the Pacific Northwest including Seattle, Portland and San Francisco. Sid has since been promoted to Divisional Operations Director of OpenWorks. He is responsible for all aspects of operations, working with operations teams and district managers to ensure quality control and adherence to OpenWorks’ high standards.
Shirley Thomas, General Manage, YellowBird
Shirley has more than 25 years of safety, health and environmental experience in the manufacturing, construction, hospitality/resort and aerospace industries. Her expertise includes safety management systems, industrial hygiene, and compliance management.
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