How clean is the air your employees are breathing? This Indoor Air Quality training video can help educate you and your staff on air contaminants. While you may think your air quality is good there are sometimes contaminates you can’t smell or see. Examples are dust, mites, smoke, natural gases, and other pollutants which can make the air you breathe not only unhealthy but sometimes deadly. Don’t take your businesses air quality for granted, get the training you need to make sure you and your staff are up to date on indoor air quality standards.
This Indoor Air Quality Training Video Teaches Several Key Concepts:
- What can happen when air becomes contaminated? (“bad” air quality can cause your employees to feel fatigued, have discomfort, and in the worse case scenarios can cause major health problems)
- Further, poor air quality can bring on coughing, sneezing, shortness of breath, dizziness, headaches, and lead to even more serious conditions like asthma and emphysema
- What is a “Building-Related Illness” and why should you avoid this classification at all costs? (When an employee’s poor health can be directly linked to poor air quality it is referred to as a building-related illness which is also called “Sick Building Syndrome”.)
- What are three main factors that affect the quality of indoor air?:
- The building’s HVAC system
- Sources of contamination both inside or outside the building (smoke, mold, cleaning products, dust, pollen, fungi spores, etc)
- The people who occupy the building (they leave trash which might grow mold, bacteria or fungus, they might smoke cigarettes, etc)
- What are the pros and cons of employees using portable air cleaners, ionizers or dehumidifiers?
- What role doe solvents, adhesives and other chemicals play with the quality of the air inside your facility?
- What is “off-gassing” and why is it important to your air quality? (Off-gassing is the release of volatile organic compounds or VOC’s that are used in furniture, carpeting and paint)
- What role does dust play with your indoor air quality?
- Carbon monoxide is an important hazardous gas to make sure that it does NOT enter your indoor air
- and much more…
Learn to recognize the signs of poor indoor air quality, and learn how to deal with them with this Indoor Air Quality Training course. This complete training kit offers in depth information that helps train employees on indoor air quality issues. The training covers the sources of air pollution, how inhabitants affect air quality, and fumes from adhesives and other commonly used substances. Available as an English or Spanish speaking video, it can be purchased in either DVD or USB stick format. The runtime for this training session is 14 minutes.