OSHA: Indoor Ventilation Crucial During Winter

New safety bulletin outlines how to maintain maximum airflow during the winter months to ensure that workers are safe from any potential contaminants.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued a new alert outlining the heightened need for high indoor air quality within workplaces. With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, ensuring that buildings have the best possible ventilation is more important than ever. Some of the steps that OSHA recommends are the active inspection of air intakes, consistently replacing all filters, and ensuring a regular schedule of maintenance by an HVAC professional.

To access the OSHA alert, please click here.