Back to Work: COVID-19 Resource Guide
Keeping You and Your Customers Safe and Healthy in the COVID-19 Environment
It is the vision of the Building Performance Association that every home should be energy efficient, comfortable, healthy, and safe - even during a pandemic. To help our members achieve their business needs while protecting the safety of workers and customers, we have curated the resources below.
We have made every effort to ensure the guidance contained in these resources is up-to-date. As new information becomes available, we will make updates.
Let us know about resources that should be listed and your experiences as you work during the pandemic, or reach out with questions and concerns we may be unaware of—email Katie Aronoff, Director of Marketing and Communications, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have provided links to and summaries of several webinars and an online course that you may want to use as part of your research and/or employee training program. The webinars we have included were developed for a particular state/utility program, but also offer useful guidance and best practices for all of us.
Click below to view the training resources.
Click below to view a series of guidance documents from the CDC, utilities, state health departments, and other organizations. It is every contractor’s responsibility to be aware of and follow any local, state, or federal rules that supersede the best practices presented in the training resources. Please send us any additional state-level guidance documents you may be aware of.
HVAC Contractor’s Guide to COVID-19, June 11, 2020 - HVAC School Podcast
Industry Town Hall: Working During the COVID-19 Pandemic - Conversations from the Field
Sponsored by: BPA & NASCSP
Join us on Thursday, July 23, 2020, at 3 PM ET to share ideas, ask questions, and provide feedback on working in the COVID-19 environment. Led by Keith Aldridge, BPA Chief Strategy Officer, we'll discuss current regulations, resources, and guidelines, and provide a platform for sharing experiences that seek to help us navigate the "new normal" together.
Host: Keith Aldridge, Building Performance Assocoation
Moderator: Andrea Schroer, NASCSP
- Jonathan Ballew, Rocky Mountain Development Council
- Jay Best, Green Team LI
- TTroy Cucchiara, New Mexico Weatherization Assistance Program
- Amy Klusmeier, NASCSP