The quality of indoor air in the workplace is important not only for workers’ comfort, but also for their health.
According to OSHA Specific contaminants—such as dust, mold, cleaning supplies, pesticides, or other airborne chemicals may cause poor IAQ. Symptoms such as headaches, fatigue, trouble concentrating, and irritation of the eyes, nose, throat, and lungs are typical.
A crucial component of a Healthy IAQ program is Dust Control. One of the most overlooked aspects of an effect IAQ is workplace Hygiene.
A clean sanitary environment will stop the proliferation and transmission of ailment causing bacteria.
What is in the air you breath
Up to 80% of the soil in your building is tracked in on the feet of people entering.
Doctors advise us that dust is the last great medium of human infection.
It is estimated that you breathe in 2 heaping teaspoons of air particles, “dust” per day.
Bacteria has no locomotion, bacteria needs to hitch hike.
Bacteria’s favorite chauffeur is dust.