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AHLA Joins CLEAN 2020 Summit Stage 4: Best Practices for Workers

  • October, 26, 2020

AHLA’s Chief Executive Officer, David S. Cade, joins the CLEAN 2020 Summit, Stage 4 Discussion Panel: Current Best Practices and Remaining Challenges in the Workplace, on October 28, 2020 at 3pm Eastern.

The objective of Stage 4 is to support science and innovation for clean spaces and healthy congregation for the work force and workspace. Mr. Cade will share his understanding of current best practices, lessons-learned, and needs in response to COVID-19 across business sectors with essential/front line workers, from the health law perspective and will be joined by:

  • Moderator, Dr. David Michaels, Former Assistant Secretary of Labor for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
  • Panelist, Dr. Johana Jung-Eun Lee, Vice President, Sugnetech
  • Panelist, Dr. Arsen Melikov, International Centre for Indoor Environment and Energy, Technical University of Denmark, Department of Civil Engineering 

“At the intersection of business, policy, standards development, science, and engineering, sits the health law professional,” comments Mr. Cade. “I’m honored to be invited to share our industry’s perspective on risk assessment, compliance, and how we can safely open the US economy while combating the COVID-19 pandemic.”

More information on the CLEAN 2020 Virtual Summit, its goals to bridge the gap between proven scientific process and real-world application for healthy congregation, and its previous three Stages are available online at



About CLEAN 2020

The purpose of this Summit is to bring together thought leaders from business, policy, standards development, science and engineering to better understand current knowledge and identify opportunities to work together to control viral transmission in the built environment. The Summit will assess current challenges and pain points felt by industries from around the globe working to reopen their doors to customers and inspire innovative solutions to meet these challenges. Research, knowledge and standards development activities across environmental microbiology, building science and engineering, transmission and social sciences poised will be discussed. For more information, please visit