Indoor Environmental Quality: Improving Human Health and Performance

May 15, 2005 |

Webcast Event: Indoor Environmental Quality: Improving Human Health and Performance

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Thursday, July 28, 2005

1:00 PM CDT

How improvements in indoor environmental quality may contribute to better health conditions for occupants of schools (students, teachers), offices (workers), hospitals (nurses, doctors, patients), hotels (guests, employees) by reducing irritants, VOCs, asthma trigeers, and related health hazards. Our expert panel will also evaluate how worker productivity -- fewer sick days, greater output, higher recruitment and retention -- may also be positively affected by IEQ improvements.

Moderated by:

Rob Cassidy, Editor-in-Chief, Building Design & Construction Magazine

 

 


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