Air quality solutions for Offices
Most advanced air purification technology developed at IIT Kanpur and IISc Bangalore
Why Air Quality is important?
Poor air quality with high concentrations of fine particulate matter negatively impacts employees’ brain function, including response times and ability to focus, the data showed.
Maintaining healthy indoor air quality (IAQ) starts with monitoring the air in the building and continues with taking steps to optimize it. Both of these practices are more important than ever as companies need to safely re-enter offices after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pollutants that harm you at office
There has been extensive evidence proving that prolonged exposure to concentrated levels of CO2 is detrimental to employees ability to perform optimally in offices.
Tiny size particles can stay suspended in the air much longer than larger particles and can be absorbed into the bloodstream when inhaled.
Exposure to volatile organic compounds (VOCs) has been an indoor environmental quality (IEQ) concern in offices and other buildings for many years.
Who are at Risk?
Poor air quality can irritate the eyes, nose, and throat, cause shortness of breath, aggravate asthma and other respiratory conditions, and affect the heart and cardiovascular system of the employees and other staff members.
People with low immunity
The Impact of Air Quality
When workers are exposed to poor air quality a drastic drop in their overall performance is noticed.
Sick leaves and absenteeism
Air pollution, especially particulate matter, is closely related to higher rates of sick leaves, as air pollution can cause new medical conditions or worsen the existing ones. In fact, new studies show that air pollution may be affecting every organ and virtually every cell in the human body, according to a comprehensive new global review.
Research indicates that poor indoor air quality negatively impacts job performance and productivity not only in a labor-intensive job but in an indoor desk job where workers have to sit in front of computers all day.
As per a further study, higher indoor carbon dioxide (CO2) concentrations have been associated with impaired work performance like decision-making and problem-solving, and increased health symptoms.
A survey of people working in the tech industry found that close to 93% of employees would stay longer at a company that offered a healthier workplace. Which suggests that if employees feel that their health is at risk due to working conditions in their office space, they may not be likely to stay put with their company. On the other hand people are motivated to work for an organization that invests in their health and is perceived to care about them.
Air quality Solutions For Offices
Airth provides the solutions of air quality monitoring and fresh air that you can find out what quality of air
your worker and staff breathe and make your premises air pollution-free zone.
We are honored to work with so many well-known companies.