Build foundational knowledge on open data for your environmental health agency through this video series featuring top open data experts. If you’ve ever wondered what open data are or how to get more results from the information your agency collects, this webinar series is for you. This 4-part series will dive into open data, data management, and data standards for environmental health.
Best Practices for Open Data
The first video will define open data and provide best practices with Tyler Kleykamp of Georgetown’s Beeck Center. If you are new to open data, this should not be missed.
How To Manage Your Technology for Better Data Outcomes
Waldo Jaquith, cofounder of the State Software Collaborative, will provide key insights on how to make technology decisions that support your program and open data goals.
Communities Using Data: Examples From USAFacts.org
Who uses open data? Sasha Anderson from USAFacts.org will give us a look inside the world of third-party users of open data and how their work fuels public understanding of government information.
Data Standards and Environmental Health: Intro to SAFE Standard
Sarah Schacht and Chris Metcalf, NEHA consultants on open data standards, will introduce the first data standard for environmental health. This first standard focuses on aquatic inspection data. Get a look at the innovations in open data for environmental health.
NEHA's Digital Defense: Education for a Safer World Virtual Conference & Exhibition is a highly informative forum that brings together environmental public health professionals and food and water safety specialists to discu
NEHA is pleased to announce the next webinar in the Private Water Network Flash Webinar Series on Establishing National Primary Drinking Water Regulations under the Safe Drinking Water Act. The webinar will take place on June 24 at 12:30 PM ET. Dr. Ryan Albert, the Chief of the Standards and Risk Reduction Branch (SRRB) at the EPA’s Office of Groundwater and Drinking Water, will be sharing his insights on the EPA’s method to set Maximum Contaminant Levels (MCL) and Maximum Contaminant Level Goals (MCLG) for public drinking water systems.