Healthy Homes NYC is a free seminar developed by the Health Department and the Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) for HPD-financed projects. It is offered on a quarterly basis and is intended for architects, general contractors and building owners/developers. The training focuses on healthy building practices during building design, construction and renovation and during on-going building operations and maintenance. The primary topic areas covered are: integrated pest management, healthy aging/falls prevention, and healthy building materials.
This training is a pre-requisite to the certification process for the Enterprise Green Communities Criteria for HPD financed projects. The training is also being offered to other HPD Preservation Programs, but not required. A DOHMH certificate of completion will be issued. The certificate is valid for two years, after which it will have to be renewed by taking the Better Buildings training.
The training is being held as an online webinar. You can also request to complete the training by listening to a pre-recorded webinar and taking and passing a quiz.
Complete and submit the form below to register. Choosing a session does not mean you are automatically registered for that training date. We will contact you to confirm your enrollment in the class and/or offer an alternative training date. For questions related to registration or the Healthy Homes NYC training, email email@example.com.