The safe return of occupants to buildings requires strategies for controlling disease transmission, providing a safe work environment for employees while maintaining healthy business operations.
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By providing increased amounts of clean air, HVAC systems can have a major effect in decreasing disease transmission from the primary host to secondary hosts, which is an important step in curtailing the spread of infectious diseases.
View the video on the right to listen to our clean air expert detail the critical steps necessary to help keep your building’s air system safe.
Click on the button below to download our document, "HVAC System Considerations for Building Infection Control." It provides general guidance and a list of considerations for those who maintain and operate HVAC and lighting systems.
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