We are pleased to support this event to foster greater awareness of the importance - and means - of maintaining a healthy school environment - Allen Rathey, founder and president of The Healthy Facilities Institute (HFI)
Boise ID (PRWEB) March 12, 2013
The Healthy Facilities Institute (HFI) is pleased to support the National School Plant Management Association’s (NSPMA’s) 18th Annual Conference and Trade Show in 2013, on the theme: “Resilience - Rising Above The Rest” on April 27th-30th, 2013, at the Crowne Plaza Riverwalk in San Antonio, TX. Visit http://nspma.org/ to register.
The program will include sessions on:
- Ways to Improve Facility Services
- Improving Safety in K-12 Schools
- Slip and Fall Prevention – Safe Floors, Safe Kids
- Process Cleaning for Healthy Schools® (better, healthier custodial on a budget)
- And much more.
- Alyce Honore’ Hubert, President of NSPMA
- Dennis Randolph, Executive Director of NSPMA
- Deborah P Moore, Executive Editor/Publisher, School Planning & Management Magazine
- Patricia Putty, Superintendent from Scott County Schools Kentucky
- Tom Kuehn, Program Administrator, School Facilities & Organization, State of Washington
- Russell Kendzior, President, National Floor Safety Institute (NFSI)
- Rex Morrison, Founder, Process Cleaning for Healthy Schools®
- And others.
“We are pleased to support this event to foster greater awareness of the importance - and means - of maintaining a healthy school environment,” said Allen Rathey, founder and president of The Healthy Facilities Institute (HFI). “We look forward to discussing ways in which facility professionals can advance their knowledge of school plant management, maintenance, and operations, furthering a shared mission of NSPMA and HFI to make K-12 educational facilities cleaner, better maintained, healthier, and more resilient.”
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.
About National School Plant Management Association (NSPMA)
The National School Plant Management Association, NSPMA strives to provide a forum for facility stakeholders responsible for the educational environment. It provides and promotes professional development and leadership, the exchange of information and ideas, as well as research and national dissemination of important findings, and policies to improve the educational environment for all. The association's mission is: "Excellence in Education through Professional Facility Management." Visit http://nspma.org/ to register.