Monitoring Air Quality to Help Protect Employees and Customers in the Work Place from Wildfire Smoke
Wildfires are a major health hazard for local communities not only outside but also on the inside of buildings. Outdoor air pollutants in fact, significantly affect the quality of the air within indoor environments and can contribute to several health effects including eye irritation, sore throat, asthma, and bronchitis.
For this reason, it is crucial for employers and owners to monitor indoor air quality (IAQ) along with using real-time data to take quick actions.
Companies in wildfire areas have begun to implement monitoring solutions that gives the ability to track outdoor air quality and IAQ in order to preserve the health of people within the building. In some cases, local governments have adopted specific regulations to protect workers when air pollution reaches certain level, such as US California Code Regulation 5141.1.
Monitor air quality to help protect employees and customers
Remote Data Management
Easy data visualization and real-time air monitoring.
Ensure compliancy with local wildfire regulations
After implementing TSI solutions for Air Monitoring, a San Francisco Children's Hospital was able to remotely track air quality conditions to help protect patients and staff from wildfire smoke.
Monitoring indoor air quality (IAQ) is the key in helping building occupants feel comfortable gathering indoors.
Generating data from environmental air pollutants for research, design, and improvement.
Connect and share real-time air quality alerts with remote device management.
Indoor air quality control requires reliable instruments that produce accurate, and consistent results.
Accurate & reliable measuring using a wide variety of parameters important in monitoring and maintaining healthy, efficient IEQ.