The Importance of Air Quality
Never has there been a time when the quality of the air that we breathe is more in the spotlight. The recent global pandemic has brought this subject up for review, but air quality in buildings has been an increasing issue for years. There is a lot of press around the drive to reduce outdoor air pollution, and rightly so. But the average person spends 92% of their life indoors – so you can see the importance of focusing on indoor air quality.
There is rightly a focus on outdoor air pollution. But the average person spends 92% of their life indoors
It is a known fact that increased internal air quality boosts performance and morale in your people
Want to know the level of fresh air in your building? Book a Salix VentCare survey to find out.
Ventilation can be as simple as opening a window, but this isn’t always easy, especially in larger buildings
Fresh air reduces fatigue and promotes the health of your employees, minimising absence due to sickness
Measures that we discuss here have their application to Coronavirus, but equally, they apply to other illnesses that spread every year – common colds, stomach bugs, influenza etc.
Air quality isn’t just about minimising risks – there is scientific evidence that better air quality leads directly to higher performance, greater concentration levels and long-term health benefits.