How UV radiation disinfection is transforming environmental safety in healthcare

This webinar is on-demand and can be viewed at your convenience.

The COVID-19 pandemic proved traditional disinfectant methods need a boost. Commonly-used disinfect processes in healthcare settings involve harsh chemicals that may still miss harmful germs and bacteria, leaving behind safety risks for patients and staff.

A more reliable, non-toxic approach exists: disinfection via ultraviolet radiation and ultraviolet germicidal light. This enables continuous, autonomous disinfection and is one of the many reasons more healthcare organizations are incorporating UV-C disinfection into their protocols.
Join this discussion with experts from Boston-based Harvard Medical School and New York City-based Columbia University Medical Center to learn why and how their organizations are supplementing manual disinfection with UV-C technology.

Key learning points:
  • Best practices for incorporating UV-C disinfection into your facility
  • The safety and efficacy benefits of UV-C technologies
  • Steps to implement germicidal UV lamps and fixture to enhance existing HVAC and filtration


Dr. David Brenner - Liz Engman

David Brenner, Ph.D., D.Sc

Director of the Center for Radiological Research, Columbia University Medical Center

Edward Nardell - Liz Engman

Edward Nardell, M.D.

Professor, Harvard Medical School and Harvard School of Public Health