National Education Association Health Information Network (NEA HIN) and Healthy Facilities Institute (HFI) Form Educational Partnership

The Healthy Facilities Institute (HFI) and the National Education Association’s Health Information Network (NEA HIN) - the health division of the more than three million-member National Education Association (NEA) - have formed an educational partnership to disseminate information designed to foster healthier indoor environments in schools across the country.

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We are pleased to be partnering with the Healthy Facilities Institute (HFI) in our shared mission to help make schools healthier - Jerry Newberry, Executive Director for NEA HIN

Boise, ID (PRWEB) June 04, 2012

The Healthy Facilities Institute (HFI) http://www.healthyfacilitiesinstitute.com/ and the National Education Association’s Health Information Network (NEA HIN) - the health division of the more than three million-member National Education Association(NEA) - have formed an educational partnership to disseminate information designed to foster healthier indoor environments in schools across the country.

HFI and NEA HIN will consult together and make available well-vetted information, as well as collaborate on press releases to demonstrate both organizations’ commitment to healthier schools and NEA-member workers.

HFI’s sister property, The Healthy House Institute (HHI) LLC with website located at http://www.healthyhouseinstitute.com will also call attention to the work of the NEA HIN and post related materials for consumers in a manner approved by NEA HIN, as well as help network NEA HIN to related health organizations and initiatives in the consumer sector.

“We are pleased to be partnering with the Healthy Facilities Institute (HFI) in our shared mission to help make schools healthier,” said Jerry Newberry, Executive Director for NEA HIN. “Together with HFI, we will continue advancing the goal of healthier, safer, and more productive school environments for students by providing ongoing education for NEA members, the educational community and consumers.”

“It is a special honor for HFI to be working with the highly respected health division of the National Education Association (NEA), to assist its more than three million members and 43 million associated students,” said Allen Rathey, president of Healthy Facilities Institute (HFI). “We look forward to the shared opportunities to assist the educational community served by the NEA and the public at large touched by the nation’s school systems.”

About National Education Association¹s Health Information Network
As the non-profit health and safety arm of the National Education Association (NEA), the NEA Health Information Network (NEA HIN) provides health and safety information, programs, and services for the benefit of NEA's more than three million members and their 43 million students. NEA members include teachers, bus drivers, school custodians, cafeteria workers, and other school employees who make up almost 15,000 local associations throughout the U.S, and military bases in Europe and Asia. NEA HIN's mission is to improve the health and safety of the school community through disseminating information that empowers school professionals and positively impacts the lives of their students. http://www.neahin.org - Address: 1201 16th Street, NW #216 Washington, DC 20036-3290.    

About The Healthy Facilities Institute (HFI)
The Healthy Facilities Institute (HFI) strives to provide authoritative information for creating and maintaining clean, healthy indoor environments. Since buildings are ecosystems, HFI works to address the many interrelated aspects of built environments — such as air, water, energy, materials and resources, green cleaning, indoor environmental quality, waste management, people and more — as an integrated or holistic system. Inasmuch as “Clean” is a metaphor for healthy indoor spaces, HFI also emphasizes prevention and removal of pollutants or contaminants to help ensure optimum conditions for living, learning and working.


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