What's " Indoor Air Quality" Should I Be Concerned???
Have you ever been at work with a really bad headache, feeling a bit nauseous, or feeling fatigue... But once you get off work and leave the facility, your headache goes away, and you feel normal again?
That could indicate poor IAQ (Indoor Air Quality) at your work. Good indoor air quality should really be a priority to make sure you're constantly breathing the clean air that you deserve to breathe, in order to properly function at work, you need good indoor air quality.
Indoor air quality (also called "indoor environmental quality") describes how inside air can affect a person's health, comfort, and ability to work. It can include temperature, humidity, lack of outside air (poor ventilation), mold from water damage, or exposure to other chemicals.
If you suspect that your work environment has poor indoor air quality, let your facility manager know about your symptoms and get your facility checked out.