Description

This one-hour long recorded CPD webinar will cover the health and wellbeing strategy for BREEAM.

The speakers (BREEAM Technical Director Alan Yates, and Chris Ward, BREEAM Principal Consultant), will provide an overview of the main criteria and methods relating to health and wellbeing across all current BREEAM schemes, including an insight into the relationship with US-based International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) standards. These have been jointly mapped to identify equivalencies in requirements, efficiencies in processes and evidence.

The webinar will then set out the future strategy and direction for wellbeing issues across BREEAM, including broader research areas that are likely to influence the standards in the future.

  • Outline of future wellbeing developments in BREEAM
  • Cross-references BREEAM to US WELL standard
  • Delivered directly by the authors of the BREEAM standard
  • One hour of CPD
£12.50 + VAT
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