Scroll down to find guides and materials to help create and use HPDs: Training Materials, Case Studies, User Guides – Project Teams and Manufacturers, Databases and Practice Protocols, Sample HPD Reports.
LEED Material Ingredients Credit
Lunch & Learn Series
Practitioners Speak – Discussion Series Panels
4 Simple Steps to Transparency Now
Coming Soon! A new course on how to receive LEED v4.1 credit for Building Product Disclosure and Optimization: Material Ingredients.
HPDC’s set of condensed e-learning opportunities based on the information included in our continuing education course titled, “The Empowered Design Professional: Using HPDs to Make Healthier Material Choices.“
A Discussion Series on transparency and material health in practice with industry leaders.
A set of transparency practices and products for which HPDs are available that architecture and design professionals can use.
Project Team Training
Healthy Materials Lab
A series of pre-taped training sessions will show your team how to use HPDs to achieve the LEED v4 Material Ingredient Reporting credit.
A series of pre-taped training sessions will reveal how to create an HPD report using the standard more quickly and efficiently.
Explore the new frontier of healthier materials. Change the future of building—and improve the quality of lives. Take a course, browse the Material Collections and use the Lab’s Tools & Guides.
Learn from the experience of manufacturers and design teams who’ve successfully created and used HPDs to make healthier choices about human and environmental health.
Project Team User Guide v2.1.1
Manufacturer User Guide v2.1.1
Project Team User Guide v2.1
Manufacturer User Guide v 2.1
View Project Team User Guide v2.1.1 to support the use of material health information in the design, development, selection, and specification of building products.
View Manufacturer User Guide v2.1.1 to support the creation of material health information in the design, development, selection, and specification of building products.
View Project Team User Guide v2.1 support the use of material health information in the design, development, selection, and specification of building products.
View Manufacturer User Guide v2.1 to support the creation of material health information in the design, development, selection, and specification of building products.
HPDC Public Repository
Chemical Hazard Data Commons
Healthier Materials Protocol Handbook – AIA
Materials Transparency & Risk For Architects – AIA
Health Product Declaration Collaborative provides the authoritative source for manufacturers publishing an HPD report to the Repository as a PDF file.
The Chemical Hazard Data Commons provides resources to assess and compare human and environmental health hazards of different chemicals, plus tools to collaborate to find safer alternatives.
The AIA has published a Healthier Materials Protocol handbook: “Prescription for Healthier Building Materials: A Design and Implementation Protocol” for architects and designers who are engaged in product selection and specification.
The AIA has published a Materials Transparency & Risk for Architects handbook: An introduction to advancing professional ethics while managing professional liability risks
AIA Code of Ethics
MSR Design Action Packet
Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct states guidelines for the conduct of AIA Members in fulfilling those obligations.
MSR Design’s guidelines and staff training around transparency, sustainability and health from their materials library.
Learn about Living Product 50 (LP50) a collaborative of over 40 leading manufacturers closing the loop on transparency.
Learn about four organizations partnering in the Healthy Affordable Materials Project (HAMP).