Jonathan F. Hale, MPA – New from ACGIH ”Ventilation for Industrial Settings during the COVID-19 Pandemic”
Air Date: 9-25-2020|Episode 600
This week we welcome Jonathan F. Hale, MPA the Chairman of the ACGIH Industrial Ventilation Committee for a discussion of the new ACGIH White Paper called “Ventilation for Industrial Settings during the COVID-19 Pandemic”. This promises to be an excellent discussion whether you work in industrial settings or not. The fundamental principles discussed will be useful in any type of facility and the document is excellent. Mr. Hale’s mastery of the topic will be obvious to anyone joining the show.
Mr. Hale has a varied background including working as EPA Inspector and Permits Engineer- Local Air Regulatory Agency, Winston-Salem NC, Director of Environmental Engineering and Industrial Hygiene for Douglas Battery Manufacturing-Winston-Salem NC, and Founder and Owner, Air Systems Corporation, Inc, July, 2009.
He is also the winner of 2 National ASHRAE awards for excellence in energy efficient design of industrial ventilation systems and the Faculty of UNC Chapel Hill’s Summer and Winter Industrial Hygiene Institute- Since 1999, Past President of Carolina’s Air Pollution Control Association and an Instructor at Johns Hopkins Univ. Bloomberg School of Health IV Course, 2003-2007 as well as Faculty, Michigan State University Industrial Ventilation Conference, since 2009. Mr. Hale holds a BS in Biology, Wake Forest University-1975 and an MA Public Administration (Regulatory Affairs), Appalachian State University-1980.