Patty Olinger is the Executive Director for GBAC. Prior to joining GBAC, Olinger was an Assistant Vice President in the Office of Research Administration and the Executive Director of the Environmental, Health and Safety Office (EHSO) at Emory University. During Olinger’s 13-year tenure, EHSO had university-wide responsibility for all aspects of Environmental, Health and Safety support, including EHS compliance support to Emory Healthcare. This included biosafety support to the Emory Serious Communicable Diseases Unit (SCDU), which cared for four Ebola patients in 2014.
Dr. Gavin Macgregor-Skinner, Director of GBAC, has more than 25 years of technical experience in emergency management and infectious disease surveillance and response. A veteran of both the Australian and British militaries, Dr. Macgregor-Skinner has worked with U.S. and international governments, United Nations agencies, and the private sector. He currently serves as an assistant professor in the Department of Public Health Sciences at Penn State College of Medicine. Dr. Macgregor-Skinner has appeared on a variety of national and international news outlets to share his expertise on high consequence pathogens such as coronavirus, Ebola, influenza, and Zika.
Jeff Jones, GBAC Director of Forensic Restoration, has more than 45 years of forensic restoration field experience. A veteran of the U.S. Army, Jones is one of the founding members of Oklahoma City forensic restoration specialty firm BioSheen Services LLC and BioSheen of Texas. Jones is a past president of the Restoration Industry Association (RIA). He also served on RIA’s forensic council and co-edited the association’s forensic guidelines.
Steve Arehart, GBAC Director of Program Management, has more than a decade of environmental health and safety (EHS) experience with a focus on general safety, biosafety, and biorisk management. Prior to joining GBAC, Arehart spent more than six years with American Axle & Manufacturing Inc. as an EHS representative. He holds a degree in biomedical science from Western Michigan University.
Katie Cook, GBAC Program Manager, holds a bachelor’s degree in public health from the University of Georgia College of Public Health and is currently completing her Master of Business Administration from Louisiana State University. Cook is passionate about helping individuals and facilities develop protocols to maintain healthy environments for employees and the public.
This Agreement made this ____ day of ________ 2020 (“Effective Date”) is made by and between the International Sanitary Supply Association, an Illinois non-profit corporation with its principal place of business at 3300 Dundee Road, Northbrook, IL 60062 (hereinafter “ISSA”), and COMPANY, DESCRIPTION, STREET ADDRESS, CITY, STATE (hereinafter “Company”) (collectively referred to as the “Parties” and each individually as a “Party”).
WHEREAS, ISSA is a non-profit trade association that represents the global commercial cleaning industry, and operates a division known as the Global Biorisk Advisory Council (“GBAC”) that provides education, training, certification and consulting services in the field of biorisk assessment, management, clean up and disposal (the “Services”);
WHEREAS, Company is a distributor of commercial cleaning products and supplies that desires to make certain of the Services available to its customers and prospects; and
WHEREAS, ISSA is interested in expanding the sales of its Services by collaborating with Company.
NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants and agreements of the Parties herein contained and other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged by the Parties, the Parties hereby agree as follows.
Company, at its expense, shall promote the GBAC STAR™ Facility Accreditation Program (“Program”) to its Clients using commercially reasonable efforts. In exchange for such referrals, ISSA shall pay to Company a commission based on the registration fees ISSA receives from each Client registered in the Program. Appendix A, which is hereby incorporated by reference into this Agreement, sets forth the current Program registration fees, commissions, and other terms and conditions that govern the promotion of the Program by Company.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto executed this Agreement as of the date first set forth above.
By ISSA :
By Company :
|ISSA Course Prices|
|ISSA Member price||$150.00/course|
|ISSA Member Quantity discount pricing|
|250 + Courses||Custom Pricing|
|ISSA Non-Member price||$300.00/course|
|Restaurants||US$5 per occupancy/seat||$500||-|
|Hotels||$3 per room||$500||$15,000|
|Arenas/Stadiums||$0.30 per occupancy/seat||$500||$15,000|
|All Other Facilities|
|Under 25,000 sq ft - (Under 2,322 sqm)||$500|
|25,000-199,999 sq ft - (2,322-18,580 sqm)||$1,000|
|200,000-499,999 sq ft - (18,581-46,450 sqm)||$2,500|
|500,000-799,999 sq ft - (46,451-74,322 sqm)||$4,000|
|800,000-999,999 sq ft - (74,323-92,902 sqm)||$6,000|
|1MM to 1,999,999 sq ft - (92,903-185,805 sqm)||$10,000|
|2MM+ sq ft - (185,806+ sqm)||$15,000|
*Multi-site portfolios will be priced individually. Please inquire.
**An enterprise fee will apply to multi-site portfolios with 20 or more facilities. Please inquire for details.
***Each GBAC STAR facility accreditation will include the appropriate number of individual online certifications in the quoted price
****Additional online GBAC Fundamentals certificates above allowance at $150 each
|Restaurants||1 per 100 seats|
|Hotels||1 per 100 rooms|
|Arenas||1 per $1000 of fee|
|All Other||1 per $1000 of fee|