Cardno ChemRisk's Justine Parker Awarded for Contribution to the Interim COVID-19 Guidelines Project

Justine Parker, Managing Health Scientist, was recently awarded by The INGAA Foundation for her contribution to the Interim Guidance for COVID-19 Prevention and control (CS-H-4) document. Justine worked with the INGAA Foundation Interim COVID-19 Guidance team to draft a comprehensive guidance that will be used by the industry as they adapt to the “new normal” created by the pandemic.

The INGAA Foundation sponsors research aimed to promote natural gas use and safe, efficient pipeline construction and operation. Since 1990, the Foundation has completed over 150 studies, in addition to many projects and workshops which benefit the industry. Their work focuses on key industry issues, such as environmental issues of energy use, improved pipeline construction practices, pipeline safety procedures, new technologies, and market opportunities for natural gas.

For more information on The INGAA Foundation, you can visit their website here.