Indoor Air Quality In Your Office, Work Environment | How to Improve It
Indoor air pollution affects worker health, well-being and overall productivity.
You spend your days toiling away on keyboards, on the phone, preparing for meetings, presentations and projects. The office and home have become synonymous workplace environments for a variety of professionals. What is it that you have in common with most people who work in an office?
Aside from the sigh of relief and waited anticipation for Friday to roll around – actually, most office workers or those who work from home are regularly exposed to poor indoor air.
In a 2012 study on office IAQ (Indoor Air Quality) and workers’ blood, scientists found concentrations of toxins in office air that were 3-5 times higher than those reported in previous studies of household air, “suggesting that offices may represent a unique and important exposure environment.”
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