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A New Era of Building Occupancy

Preparing Your Building for a Safe Employee Return

As businesses prepare to welcome back employees to the physical office during the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, and retail stores and restaurants continue to adhere to capacity guidelines, it’s important to optimize your indoor air quality (IAQ) and HVAC systems to help keep occupants safe.

The Occupational Health and Safety’s (OSHA) recent federal workplace safety regulator, released on March 15, 2021, requires employers to develop coronavirus protocols and enforce compliance. (Add more details as they become available).

With indoor air quality playing an important role in virus transmission, there are steps you can take to help ensure your building’s HVAC systems are fit with proper filters, you are bringing in sufficient outdoor air, and exhaust fans are properly functioning. 

HVAC System Filters Outdoor Air Intake Exhaust Fans

To view all of the OSHA guidelines, visit