Phigenics Webinars - "Ask the Expert" Series
Webinar 2 - "Is your Water Management Program prepared for EC.02.05.02?"
Webinar 3 - "Connecting Water Management to the Physical Environment in Healthcare"
Webinar 1 - "Best Practices For Defensible Reopening of Dormant Buildings"
Webinar 2 - "Viable But Non-Culturable Legionella" - What are they and why are they important.
Webinar 3 - "Efficiency Water Management Program Opportunities - Chillers and Cooling Towers"
Webinar 4 - "The Growing Importance of Molecular Methods and Genetic Analysis in Environmental Validation"
Webinar 5 - "How to Effectively Prepare for Joint Commission Surveys"
Webinar 8 - "Environmental Mycobacteria - Diagnostics and Control of Non-Tuberculous Mycobacteria (NTM) in Building Water Systems"
Webinar 9 - "The Importance of Verification and Validation in a Water Management Program"
Webinar 10 - "A Deep Dive into Water Commissioning During Construction"
Learn about water systems operating under best practice standards (ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 188), ready to meet future water safety laws, codes and regulations
Discover the nine construction risk factors, a gap analysis, and key findings
Learn how to optimize costs of operations for heating, cooling and other water systems
Gain knowledge on how to validate (proof - so that you know for sure) that you are actually operating your water systems safely and cost efficiently
Learn and interact with industry leaders and subject matter experts
Certificate provided (upon request) for Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
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Phigenics was founded in 2004 with the vision of
"Optimizing operational efficiency and improving safety in building water systems to produce balanced systems that save money and enhance the quality of life." The company is the leading INDEPENDENT provider of ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 188, VHA Directive 1061, and Directive 1116(2) aligned water management programs. Phigenics
also provides independent verification and validation services to ensure the water management programs are safe, efficient, and defensible while optimizing operational (water, chemical, energy, labor) and capital costs.