Places Matter: Prevention and Preparedness, Resilience and Recovery

Mar 26, 2020 9:55 AM ET

With the gravity of the situation regarding COVID-19, today, more than ever, places matter to the future of protecting our families, our businesses and the public at large. 

Join the International WELL Building Institute for a webcast series that focuses on the leading role buildings, communities and organizations can play to support our health and well-being overall, and our collective ability to prepare for and respond to global health challenges like the one we’re experiencing now.

  1. Places Matter to Build Community

Our global community’s response to the novel Coronavirus

COVID-19 is making the world a smaller and more interconnected place, and now more than ever building community is essential. Hear from our global outposts, in China, Australia and Europe on solutions-oriented interventions, research-based strategies and actionable tips for how to stay connected, healthy and centered in this era of pandemic.

March 26 at 10 a.m. & 8 p.m. ET

  1. Places Matter to Prevent and Prepare

Navigating the new normal and putting health first

Over just a few days, major portions of the global workforce transitioned from commercial offices to home offices. The unexpected shift suddenly necessitates considering how elements our home routines impact our health and the health of our communities. Hear from our team of health experts about best practices for working from home and adapting to this new norm while taking care of your health. Explore ergonomics, acoustics, ideas for combating social isolation and more.

April 3

  1. Places Matter to Foster Resilience

Strategies to help your organization plan

Organizations all over the world are being challenged to rethink everything, from emergency preparedness plans to cleaning practices to HR policies and programs that support employee mental health. Join us to learn how strategies within the WELL Building Standard can help your organization prepare for and address public health challenges - not just now, but for the long term.

April 9

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