How The Right Ventilation Can Provide Safe And Effective Re-Entry To Work

How The Right Ventilation Can Provide Safe And Effective Re-Entry To Work


January 2021

With the COVID-19 pandemic resurging throughout the country, employers and building managers have an obligation to provide a safe and healthy workspace. Sharing indoor space with people who are outside one’s quarantine "bubble" brings heightened risk of exposure to the novel coronavirus through airborne transmission. Very simply, that risk goes down depending on air quality and the amount of ventilation inside any building that will be reopened, and whether an owner or manager has the tools to monitor the air quality. We know definitively that offices and other indoor spaces with poor ventilation carry a higher risk for endangering occupants and thus a higher risk for airborne infection.

 

Keywords: Aircuity, Dan Diehl, Ventilation, Air Quality, Pandemic, COVID-19, The LEADER


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