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Advanced Coatings for Healthcare Facilities

Available: On Demand
Speakers: Sean Osysko

Traditionally considered principally in terms of aesthetics, technological advancements in paint and coatings now let them deliver much more to a healthcare environment than a soothing color.

In this Webinar:

  • Learn how microbicidal paint can offer healthcare facilities an important new tool to help combat certain infection-causing bacteria.
  • Understand how formaldehyde-reducing and odor-eliminating technologies help to improve the indoor environment of patient rooms in acute and long-term care facilities.
  • Learn how coatings with anti-microbial technology can inhibit the growth of mold or mildew on the paint film in patient bathrooms, food service areas, exam rooms and other areas where moisture is present.
  • Consider applications for high-performance coatings that are chemical and abrasion-resistant.
  • Understand how strategic color selections can help you enhance the healthcare environment.


Sean Osysko Sean Osysko

Sean Osysko is the Senior Director of Product Innovation for Sherwin-Williams - Paint Stores Group, North America. He is responsible for the leadership and direction of the North America product innovation strategy for the Sherwin-Williams branded products which includes product development and the product innovation roadmap. Throughout his career, Sean has held roles of increasing responsibility within Global Supply Chain operations and quality where he has been responsible for driving the quality strategy and initiatives across all manufacturing and distribution facilities in North America as well as driving continuous improvement and standardization. Sean holds a Bachelors of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of Dayton.