GCC health agency joins IEQ Conference
- United Arab Emirates: Thursday, March 07 - 2013 at 16:37
- PRESS RELEASE
Tawfik A M Khoja, the Director General, Executive Board, of the Health Ministers Council for Cooperation Council will lead a field of IEQ experts during the 1st Annual Middle East Indoor Environmental Quality Conference, on the 12th and the 13th of May in Dubai, UAE.
Engr Khoja's participation is a key element of the conference. He will be speaking on the topic, 'Sustainable Healthcare Infrastructure with emphasis on indoor environmental quality', during the plenary session.
While the Conference will address IEQ-related issues in healthcare facilities, it will also examine the issue of occupants' comfort and its proven correlation with productivity. Numerous studies in schools in the United States, for instance, have concluded how good IEQ leads to enhanced performance.
In addition to healthcare and educational facilities, the Conference will be looking at IEQ in residential and commercial spaces, including hotels, malls, airports and food establishments.
"Good IEQ ought not to be an after-thought, given its critical nature in ensuring good health and comfort in the built-environment," said B Surendar, Editorial Director & Associate Publisher of CPI Industry. "The Conference will aim to highlight the indispensable nature of proGCC health agency joins IEQ Conferenceper building design and HVAC systems to combat conditions like sick building syndrome and building-related illnesses. It will listen to end-users' concerns and seek to offer solutions," he added.
The Conference will also have a display track to it, where exhibitors of IEQ equipment will have an opportunity to make live demonstrations and where end-users can highlight the IEQ measures they have deployed in their facilities, with telling effect.
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