Industrial Air Monitoring
In airtight warehouse and manufacturing facilities with high humidity and suboptimal fresh air exchange, workers are continuously exposed to several dangerous and toxic substances that are circulating in the air. This causes illnesses ranging from asthma and headaches to life-threatening ones like lung cancer and heart ailments. Moreover, studies provide strong evidence for the survival and transmission of airborne infectious pathogens – such as the coronavirus – in poorly ventilated and closed environments.
Industrial Air Quality
Poor indoor air quality significantly increases costs for business owners. Aside from workers being at risk of getting sick which leads to increased health care costs, there’s also loss of income due to lack of manpower resulting from absences and turnover. Delayed processes are caused by equipment downtime as dust, mould and bacteria thrive in the HVAC and manufacturing equipment. As owners are responsible to protect the health, safety and wellbeing of the workers, IAQ-related litigations could be potentially damaging to the company.
A healthy work environment is an excellent investment. Ensuring good indoor air quality significantly improves workers’ job satisfaction and productivity. Research has shown that spending just $40 per person a year on IAQ results in a $6,500 increase in employee output. It also promotes the operational reliability of manufacturing and HVAC systems and equipment.
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