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DOL Offers Workshops on Indoor Environmental Quality

The U.S.V.I. Department of Labor Division of Occupational Safety and Health will hold a workshop on Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) issues. This will be a hands-on understanding workshop on what IEQ is about. Many times, teachers, parents, administrators, employees, employers and other stakeholders want to have their facilities “tested” to assure themselves of “good indoor air quality.” This is usually not the first move that responsible parties should make. Why do health professionals recommend caution and a great deal of thought before testing the air? There are a number of reasons. Visit the Web site to register www.vidol.gov or go directly to the registration link.
Wednesday, Sept. 22 at St. Croix’s Gov. Juan F. Luis Hospital/Cardiac Center
9 a.m. to noon for V.I. Government Employees and Local Union Officials
1-4 p.m. for Elected Officials, V.I. Government Agencies, Heads, Directors and Safety Managers (Keynote Speaker – Marian L. Heyman, MPH coordinator of the Connecticut Department of Public Health)
Thursday, Sept. 23 at St. Thomas’s Roy L. Schneider Hospital Auditorium
9 a.m. to noon for V.I. Government Employees and Local Union Officials
1-4 p.m. for Elected Officials, V.I. Government Agencies, Heads, Directors and Safety Managers (Keynote Speaker – Marian L. Heyman, MPH coordinator of the Connecticut Department of Public Health)
RSVP by Sept. 15 by calling 718-1315.

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