Air quality in general is important to maintaining good health, a strong lung capacity, and reducing the spread of airborne pathogens, bacteria, and viruses. Indoor air quality in commercial settings is especially crucial to facilitating good employee and customer health while also bolstering concentration, productivity, and efficiency in the workplace. Indoor air pollution can seriously challenge these principles and make it difficult for your employees to concentrate on their work-related tasks. It can also pose some serious health and safety risks for employee health and customers, resulting in more sick days being claimed and higher than normal understaffing rates.
Keep reading to learn about some effective and useful tips on how to improve indoor air quality in your workplace to make it a safer and more comfortable environment for everyone who uses it.