As the world returns to life post-pandemic, scientists and experts are now pushing for more stringent regulations in how businesses and building owners combat indoor air pathogens.
Even as the focus shifts away from SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes the COVID-19 disease, the next public health threat could be lingering right around the corner.
Respiratory illness such as influenza, the common cold, bronchitis, and streptococcus are still a high-risk threat. Allergens such as dust mites, pollen, mold spores, and particles, or exposure to smoke, chemicals, or other types of air pollution can trigger and heighten the risk factor for chronic illnesses such as asthma.
Employees, customers, vendors, and other occupants are now looking to businesses to put their health and well-being first.
Even with the installation of upgraded filtration and ultraviolet lighting systems, how do you know your surface and air protocols are working?