WELL & Fitwel

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The WELL Building Standard and Fitwel are building rating systems focused exclusively on occupant health. Both certifications are back by rigorous, peer-reviewed scientific studies.

WELL & Fitwel

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  • LEED and WELL Product Labels: A Guide and Analysis

    Feature Article

    LEED and WELL encourage a lot of different programs for green products. Learn the essentials—plus what’s behind the labels.

  • Introducing Fitwel v2.1

    Webcast

    Joanna Frank, President & CEO of CfAD, and associate Zach Flora provide an overview of Fitwel v2.1 updates.

  • Introduction to Fitwel Certification

    Webcast

    Join BuildingGreen and GreenStep for an on-demand webcast on Fitwel certification to get familiar with this rating system and learn how to prepare for the Fitwel Ambassador exam.

  • Introduction to WELL Certification

    Webcast

    Healthy interiors and wellbeing are the trending buzzwords of sustainable design. In this hour-long on-demand webcast, GreenStep Education's Alex Spilger will walk you through the seven concepts within WELL and describe what sets it apart from other frameworks such as LEED and Fitwel. He will also discuss the WELL AP credential and how to best approach studying for the exam.

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