L.A. LIVE: Dodger Stadium sits waiting for baseball to begin. As sports venues reopen, many will seek a new health-safety certification rating formed by experts across multiple industries. (Getty Images) Interdisciplinary collection of experts formed to create certification program for sports and entertainment venues Venues and live events can’t be made fully safe in the age of COVID-19, but a new initiative tied to the International Well Building Institute can go a long way toward making them safer for everyone, says an expert and co-chair of a panel formed as part of the program. Dr. Allen Hershkowitz, chairman of Sport and Sustainability International and science adviser to the New York Yankees, is among 40 industry professionals, team officials, scientists and other experts who have formed the Well Advisory on Sports and Entertainment Venues. The goal is to develop a new health-safety certification program, the Well Health-Safety Rating for Facility Operations… Continue Reading Safe and Sound

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