It’s Time for Companies to Monitor Workplace Air Quality


Organizations that aren’t yet thinking about how to implement real-time air-quality monitoring in their buildings should do so soon. First, because any employee or customer can now collect rudimentary data in real time. Second, because corporate air sensor networks can offer timely actionable information in moments of crisis, enhance worker healthy and productivity benefits, and help them achieve climate and sustainability goals. It is important to know which indicators to measure, including CO2, PM2.5, TVOCS, T/RH, and to think carefully about sensor placement and density, the setting of thresholds, and response plans.     



Source link: https://hbr.org/2023/11/its-time-for-companies-to-monitor-workplace-air-quality

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