Camfil Canada Air Quality Professionals Discuss Indoor Air Quality in Canadian Grade Schools, Colleges, and Universities
Canadian air quality professionals explain how poor air quality is linked to increased infection rates and what Canadian school administrators can do to help prevent their students from getting sick.
As cold weather approaches, preventing the spread of airborne viral illnesses is an important consideration in K-12 schools, colleges, and universities. In a new comprehensive resource, Canadian air quality professionals explain how poor air quality is linked to increased infection rates and what Canadian school administrators can do to help prevent their students from getting sick.
Resource: Camfil Canada School Air Filters
“Indoor air quality (IAQ) can be quite poor in many schools in Canada,” says Berni Baier, an air filtration specialist from Camfil Canada. “This is the start of the third school year when we are dealing with COVID-19 and its many variants, and many schools are still not equipped to properly deal with the many threats to indoor air quality.”
The resource discusses:
How is indoor air quality tested?
What affects indoor air quality in schools and universities?
What are the health effects of poor indoor air quality in schools?
How can indoor air quality be improved in Canadian schools?
How can schools help students avoid respiratory illnesses?
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