When was the last time you had a complete review of air quality in your facility? If it’s been a while, poor air quality may be exacerbating employee health issues without your knowledge. In reality, it’s one of the easiest but most overlooked steps for building management and can have significant quality-of-life implications for those working in a facility.
Spring is a time of year when pollen and other allergens necessitate the closest watch on filters and other pieces of the air quality equation. When we stay vigilant and make regular, proactive changes, it can make a strong, positive impact on the work environment.
There is a significant amount of information out there to help all of us improve our air quality, beginning with some very strong content from the EPA. Let’s use this spring to check in on our air quality and make the necessary investments to improve the environment for everyone who uses our facilities.