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LEED Innovation & Pilot Credits Series: Ergonomics
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Turner Construction Company- 5690 DTC Blvd, Suite 515E Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Non-member - $20.00 (USD)
USGBC Colorado Chapter Member - Free
Registration is closed
Part 4 of 4
Ergonomic disorders are the most rapidly growing category of OSHA recordable injuries and illnesses. LEED Pilot Credit #44, “Ergonomics Strategy” attempts to address these issues, promoting healthy, comfortable, and productive work by designing the workplace to accommodate its users. Using real-life case studies, this webinar will outline the development of a comprehensive ergonomics strategy, and how to verify your performance through the LEED Pilot credit.
This session is registered for 1.5 hours of LEED Specific (BD+C, ID+C, O+M, HOMES, ND) GBCI hours as well as 1.5 AIA/CES LU/HSW/SD hours.
This is a webinar Viewing. Remote access is not available at this time. Feel free to bring your lunch.
Turner Construction Company
5690 DTC Blvd, Suite 515E
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Free visitor parking on surface lot next to building on E Park Pl Ave
Presenter: Jason Hercules, U.S. Green Building Council
Jason Hercules has studied, taught and worked to implement sustainable development practices for more than 10 years. During his time with the U.S. Green Building Council, he has helped to manage resource development for the LEED for Neighborhood Development rating system, along with many other USGBC rating systems. Jason relies on his expertise in Smart Growth, transit oriented, mixed-use development, and green building to provide technical development of the rating system; project review and certification; and education on many of the sustainable development elements espoused by LEED for Neighborhood Development. Prior to joining USGBC, Jason worked as an urban planner with PB Place Making where he prepared access and joint development concept plans for TOD projects based on mobility, mixed-use development potential, market analysis, Capital Improvement Plans and community-created sustainability objectives. He also drafted policy recommendations on a variety of topics including climate change, context-sensitive solutions and sustainable planning for communities across the U.S. Jason has also supported international sustainable development efforts, including work in Taiwan and Mexico, in addition to his local community involvement. He has advised the AIA Committee on the Environment, Envision Central Texas Planning Process and the Sustainable Sites Initiative, among others. Jason holds a Master of Science in Community and Regional Planning from The University of Texas at Austin and a Bachelor of Art in Environmental Studies from Southwestern University.
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