Green That Means Something

Green That Means Something

Format: Seminar
AIA Program: GREEN1
AIA Learning Units (LU): 1.0

In “Green That Means Something,” LEED-accredited professional Jon Strassner explores the driving forces behind the green movement, the financial implications and incentives for “going green,” and how some companies have found measurable benefits of their green initiatives. The session also discusses functionality as it relates to productivity, as well as how the bottom line can benefit from improved productivity. Finally, Strassner gives an introduction to LEED certification and the process by which an ID credit can be earned for the implementation of a comprehensive ergonomics program. CEU accreditation for this seminar is pending.

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Check out research, whitepapers, presentations, and studies on the science of ergonomics so you can reduce the risk of injury and pain at the workplace.

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