Managing Indoor Air Quality and Mitigating Occupational Exposure

Over 80% of our lives are spent indoors – whether at work, at home, in school, or in public spaces – thus, it is no surprise that our comfort and health is so influenced by the air quality within our built environment. Intertek's environmental and chemical engineering experts will discuss some of the many complex situations that can arise in buildings involving volatile organic compounds (VOC) and formaldehyde, post-water damage remediation or post-lead or -asbestos abatement air quality concerns, post-fire air quality considerations, the impacts of ozone exposure, managing airborne chemicals of concern, and how to minimize the occupant and worker exposure risks associated with these issues.

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