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5 Major Indoor Air Pollutants, Causes and Effects

What Are the Five Indoor Air Pollutants? Causes, Effects, and More   Indoor air pollutants are usually two to five times higher than the levels in outdoor air. Despite new work-from-home options, this should be of concern. The average employee still spends at least 32 hours weekly at the office. Safeguarding your employees starts with learning more … Continue reading

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Assessment for Educational Facilities

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Assessment for Educational Facilities Most school-age children in the US spend 1,000 hours a year in school. That’s an average of six hours every day. This number can vary depending on the child’s age. Older kids spend even more time in school, while younger kids may spend less. School administrators are responsible for their safety during … Continue reading

Asphalt Paving Safety Checklist

Stay Safe: Asphalt Paving Safety Checklist The U.S. produces over 350 million tons of asphalt pavement every year. Millions of workers use the substance daily to pave and repair our millions of miles of roads in this country. Are these workers safe? Is asphalt toxic? Working with asphalt does present certain dangers and requires significant safety … Continue reading

How The Environment Affects Productivity at Work

How the Environment Affects Productivity People don’t realize the impact environments can have on their ability to focus and concentrate. Several environmental factors can affect both mental and physical health. Even your work environment can increase or decrease your productivity. Here are a few ways the environment can affect you and your productivity levels.   … Continue reading

3 Main Types of Decontamination

Three Main Types of Decontamination Globally, more than 1 billion workers face exposure to hazardous substances every year. This can include chemicals, vapors, pollutants, and much more. Exposure for U.S. workers is also as high, with over 550,000 chemical products currently in existence. About 32 million workers have the potential for exposure to one or more of … Continue reading

The N95 Respirator Protection Against Silica

The N95 Respirator – Your First Step in Protection Against Silica What is silica? Why do you need to have a healthy fear of it? And how can the N95 respirator protect you? The information we are providing here will encourage workers to readily adopt a safety culture on the job by appreciating why, how, … Continue reading