International Webinar Recording: Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19
Online presentations on Saturday, 26 September 2020
09:00 - 10.30 AM (UTC/GMT+7, Jakarta, Surabaya)
10:00 - 11.30 AM (UTC/GMT+8, Taipei)
A joint webinar of Department of Public Health Sciences & Preventive Medicine Faculty of Medicine, Airlangga University (IKM-KP, FK UNAIR), Indonesian Society of Community Medicine and Public Health Doctors (PDK3MI) and Indonesian Doctors Association (IDI)
The “new normal” restrictions that have been implemented by the Government of Indonesia were met only with partial adoption of “Work From Office” practice by businesses and industries. As a result, many COVID-19 clusters emerge and much has been said about the need to improve the air ventilation and air conditioning (VAC) systems in hospital, industrial and office settings to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
With this relatively new focus, speakers from Taiwan and Indonesia discussed various issues related to national workplace preparedness, the existing regulatory framework and national governance, the role of technology and the medical community as well as better ways of managing VAC systems in working spaces to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Prof Ro-Ting Lin, Occupational Health and Safety, China Medical University, Taiwan,
“COVID-19 Outbreak, Governance and Workplaces Preparedness”.
Linda Dewanti, dr, MKes, MHSc, PhD, IKM-KP, FK UNAIR
“Role of Medical Doctors in the Industrial Setting: a new perspective for
a comprehensive approach on COVID-19”
Dr Pudji Lestari, dr, MKes, IKM-KP, FK UNAIR
“Ventilation Factor in Transmission in Hospital and Office Settings”
Ir John Budi H. Listijono, ASHRAE Fellow, IPU, Core Founding Group Member of the Green
Building Council Indonesia and Indonesian Hospital Engineering Association (PTPI) Council Member
“How do HVAC systems prevent the spreading of SARS2-COV in Hospitals and Offices”
Recording is available on the YouTube Channel at:
Slide presentations are available at:
For further information:
IKM-KP, FK UNAIR
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