Covid has shown that our current buildings are not developed to ensure the health of their occupants.  We now need to find the ‘Chadwick’, ‘Snow’ and ‘Bazalgette’ for building ventilation and occupant health. An example of this need is a recent BBC programme ‘How good ventilation dramatically reduces the risk of inhaling tiny airborne pathogens’:

For those who have not followed this long running story, Edwin Chadwick is renowned for his work, starting a huge change in urban sanitation and public health (but believing the cause of the illnesses was miasma). His work led to the Public Health Act 1848. John Snow realised that it was dirty water that was to blame not Chadwick’s miasma, and clean water supplies were needed.  Joseph Bazalgette was then involved in building the sewers that served much of London until very recently.   To learn more watch

Join us for what promises to be an interesting and wide ranging meeting when our three speakers will talk about the three miasma related subjects of building risk management, building ventilation and train ventilation.

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The webinar will be presented by:

Paul Waldeck – PP-L Biosafety

Peter Bell – Marlowe Group

James Wright – RSSB



Tuesday, 7th December 2021 at 6:00pm


Tuesday, 7th December 2021 at 7:30pm