(On-Demand) WELL Health-Safety Rating: What You Need to Know

  • Saturday, December 31, 2022
  • Online/On-Demand (Available thru 12/31/2022)

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60-minute webinar available on-demand until 12/31/2022

(Originally recorded live on 4/13/2021)


  • FREE access for Illinois Green Members and $10 access for non-members.
  • Please register using the registration button on the left to gain access to this on-demand webinar.
  • Direct video link will be shared in your confirmation email.


Join Illinois Green Alliance & BOMA Chicago for an in-depth look at the WELL Health Safety Rating

Released in June 2020, WELL Health-Safety Rating has grown exponentially to over 6,800 assets. Is your building the next asset?

The WELL Health-Safety Rating is an evidence-based, third-party verified rating for all new and existing building and space types and is focused on operational policies, maintenance protocols, emergency plans and stakeholder engagement strategies to help organizations prepare their spaces for re-entry in a post COVID-19 environment. You may have heard about this rating most recently on a TV commercial with celebrities.

The WELL Health-Safety Rating promotes indoor safety by examining 22 features across five core areas: Cleaning and Sanitation Procedures, Emergency Preparedness Programs, Health Service Resources, Air and Water Quality Management and Stakeholder Engagement and Communication. It requires a minimum of 15 criteria be met in order to achieve the rating and be awarded the WELL Health-Safety seal.

Our panelists from Brookfield Properties and ESD shared their experience pursuing and implementing the WELL Health-Safety Rating at various scales (tenant, entire building and portfolio). Panelists discussed how they are utilizing this tool to restore confidence and trust among building employees, tenants, staff and visitors. Learn more about the WELL Health-Safety Rating here.

Speakers:

  • John Mlade, WELL Faculty, Wight & Company (Moderator)
  • Rhianne MenziesWELL AP, Brookfield Properties
  • Tim Zelazny, WELL AP, Environmental Systems Design, Inc.

This event was hosted by BOMA Chicago. Registration is FREE for Illinois Green and BOMA Chicago Members.

     

This webinar is a follow-up to Part I: Measuring Health & Wellness in Your Building (held on October 28, 2020). Watch the recording from 10/28 here.


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