Feb 28 - Mar 03

Harvard School of Public Health

This comprehensive Harvard program targets safety and pre-planning during every phase of a project. Beginning with the concept, through design, construction, and operation phases of a new facility, the program considers elimination of hazards to workers and mitigation of environmental compliance requirements. The program will cover accepted strategies and best practices related to every phase of construction. In order to play a role in the design, design review, construction, and operation of a facility, it is necessary to understand the issues and challenges that face other disciplines involved in the process. This program provides participants with tangible skills and processes that will allow them to implement these concepts in their own work. Organizations and clients recognize that sound social, economic, and environmental performance is critical to success and this program addresses all three.