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  Reducing Legionnaires Disease Risk from Hotels & Resort Properties

Webinar – June 14, 2019

(See ‘Webinars 2019′ website page for Viewing)

Speakers include ASHRAE Standard 188 Committee Members and Center for Disease Control (CDC) 

Objectives: Hotel and lodging professionals will learn:

• What Legionnaires’ disease is and how it’s connected to building and cooling tower water
• What lodging engineers can do to reduce the risk of Legionnaires’ disease stemming from the properties they manage

• The basic components of an effective water management program
• How to find practical resources to create and implement a water management program for their facility



William “Chris” Edens, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC). Chris is an epidemiologist and member of the Legionella Team of the CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases.

Bill Pearson, BPEARSON Consulting, LLC. Bill is Vice Chair of ASHRAE Standard 188 “Legionellosis Risk Management for Building Water Systems” committee and a Certified Water Technologist (CWT) with more than 40 years’ experience in the water treatment industry – specializing in Legionella risk management. Bill has written numerous publications covering various aspects of water treatment and legionellosis and is the primary author of the Association of Water Technologies (AWT) Legionella 2019 position statement and guidance document.

Patsy Root, IDEXX Water. Patsy is a member of ASHRAE Standard 188 “Legionellosis Risk Management for Building Water Systems” committee. She has 12+ years’ experience in water microbiology,
water-related regulations and environmental laboratory accreditation and is a long-time participant in standards development for laboratory accreditation with TNI, Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater and ASHRAE.

NAHLE provides Free Educational Webinars on important issues concerning the hospitality industry, hotel engineering and maintenance, life safety/security and facility management, among others.  


Hosted by leading industry professionals and government speakers, our online events are free to the public and are interactive allowing you to ask questions in real-time during the webinar. 


Outdoor Lighting Perspectives’

“How To Drive Revenue For Your Hotel With Professional Outdoor Lighting”

April 26, 2019 Webinar Is Available for Viewing

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Outdoor Lighting Perspectives NAHLE Webinar, April 2019