Webinar Jan. 20: Green Cleaning Your School in the Age of H1N1

January 12, 2010 | Written By:


What role does your school's cleaning program play in protecting
children and staff from H1N1? How can you prevent the spread of
infection without causing more harm with potentially toxic chemicals?

Join Healthy Schools Campaign, American School & University
and the Green Cleaning Network for a special webinar designed to
highlight best practices and practical tips for green cleaning in the
age of H1N1.

January 20, 2010 2:00 p.m. EST  -  Register

The webinar will feature:

  • Lynne Sehulster, PhD of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,
    one of our nation's leading experts on disinfection, sterilization and
    the transmission of infectious disease. Lynn will discuss cleaning for
    infection control and CDC best practices for using disinfection in a
    school environment.
  • Steve Ashkin of the Green Cleaning Network and The Ashkin Group LLC,
    the “father of green cleaning.” Steve will provide information about
    how to select environmentally preferable disinfectants for use in
  • Andi Lee-Marnicio, head custodian of Blackhawk Intermediate School and
    a winner of the 2009 Green Cleaning Awards for Schools and
    Universities. Andi will share her hands-on experience developing and
    implementing a green cleaning program to combat H1N1 in a school.

This webinar is available free of charge thanks to our generous sponsors: Georgia-Pacific Professional, JohnsonDiversey and Kaivac Cleaning Systems


For speaker bios and more detail, click here.

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