WORKPLACE AIR QUALITY: A GLOBAL CONCERN EMERGES
OFFICE AIR QUALITY NO LONGER INVISIBLE
Even before COVID-19 abruptly raised awareness of indoor air quality (IAQ), government agencies in the United States and other countries researched the possibility that stale or polluted office air might be adversely affecting employee health and productivity. With the onset of the global pandemic in early 2020, airborne pathogens and their transmissibility soon became a global preoccupation.
The following is an overview of the results provided by Honeywell who conducted a survey In late 2021 and early 2022,
Given this finding Connect4 Healthy Places has assembled a number of cost effective solutions that will provide comfort and evidence that the indoor air is healthy and meets the new expectations of occupants in the buildings.