The 2018 Watts Healthcare Symposium was held Nov. 7 at the company’s Watts Works Learning Center in North Andover, Massachusetts. Photos by John McNally/pme
November 12, 2018
A group of 2018 Watts Healthcare Symposium attendees talk over during dinner Nov. 6 at Turner’s Seafood in Salem, Massachusetts. Turner’s is the site of the first public display of a long distance phone call by Alexander Graham Bell in 1877.
The 2018 Watts Healthcare Symposium was held Nov. 7 at the company’s Watts Works Learning Center in North Andover, Massachusetts.
A welcome sign to all attendees of the Watts Healthcare Symposium, which featured engineers, architects, pathogen experts and more.
Special Pathogens Laboratory Technical Director Frank Sidari III, P.E., kicked off the 2018 Watts Healthcare Symposium. He discussed Legionella and other pathogens that engineers need to understand when designing plumbing systems.
More than 30 industry members attended Watts Water Technologies’ first-ever Healthcare Symposium.
Loie Couch, an infection prevention specialist and registered nurse at St. Louis, Missouri’s Barnes Jewish Hospital, tells attendees about disaster preparedness and response best practices.
Nick Ganzon, Watts Water Technologies’ vice president of global electronics and water quality, addresses the group before the lunch break at Watts Healthcare Symposium. Ganzon says the company has a multi-step approach to protecting against pathogens and Legionella. Check out the Facebook Live video Ganzon did with pme Chief Editor John McNally at here.
After lunch, everyone took a tour of the Watts Works Learning Center, which opened in 2016.
Christoph Lohr, P.E., with Henderson Engineers’ Phoenix office, presents and discusses healthcare design issues and pathogens with the group.
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