Meghan McBride, the Vice President, Strategic Accounts- Healthcare, Education & Government for the Canadian division of Tarkett. Fifteen years ago Meghan began her journey with the Healthcare built environment. Through a series of career progressions, Meghan has held several roles within the multidisciplinary team focusing on the design and construction of large-scale Acute Care Facilities through the AFP/ P3 delivery model. She has a track record of successfully delivering solutions - striking a balance between human-centred design, operational goals, and contractual requirements. Meghan holds a Bachelor of Interior Design from Ryerson University, is EDAC and LEED AP ID+C certified. She is a member of IDC, ARIDO and the CSC where she held the position of Interior Design Officer in the Toronto Chapter from 2016-2019.
Summary of Presentation & Learning Objectives
Introduction of qualitative factors in lighting systems design process from creating the concept to illumination.Overview of disinfection effect of the non-visual spectrum of light and related design and safety considerations. Tarkett segment Vice President, Meghan McBride is a subject matter expert on the IPAC changes that have come with the pandemic. She will discuss these topics and more during our session on Infection Prevention and Control: The Contribution of Flooring in the Healthcare Environment.
- IP&C - "Infection Prevention and Control" in the Healthcare and built environmental standards
- Canadian National & Provincial "Infection Prevention and Control" guidelines
- How flooring supports "Infection Prevention and Control"
- Technical requirements of flooring in Healthcare
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