Presidential Executive Order: Covid-19 and Worker Protection

What this means for businesses regarding indoor air quality On January 21, 2021, a Presidential Executive Order was signed regarding the policy of ensuring the health and safety of American workers amid the Covid-19 pandemic. (1) Before this order was issued, OSHA developed a Covid-19 planning guide (2) to help businesses identify workplace risk levels Read More

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Welders’ Occupational Risks Include Chemical Exposure

Welding has forever posed health and safety risks to laborers. But only in modern times have chemical vapors come to light as a dangerous threat – one that can prove deadly if not eliminated. Today, many industry employers are aware of the danger chemical exposure presents and use

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CPET Testing Facilities

How IAQ Affects Infection Transmission CPETs (cardiopulmonary function tests) are performed for a variety of reasons, such as patient screening before surgery or as part of a routine physical exam. Just as often, these tests are used to diagnose illness or discover the source of health problems. For both patients and doctors, CPETs are a Read More

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