Allergens make a significant contribution to air quality problems, and can have a significant impact on employee health and wellness in the workplace.
When allergy season comes around, you can have an office full of people sniffing and suffering – unless you take measures to reduce allergen levels in your office and improve indoor air quality through specific design choices.
But it’s not just a problem in spring, when pollen levels are high. Every day, common allergens make their way into your workplace: pet hair, perfume or other cosmetics, cleaning products, dust, and of course pollen.
Here are four things you can do when redesigning your workplace to help improve indoor air quality andcombat allergies.