The complex medical environments require special attention to ensure a healthy indoor air quality to protect both patients and healthcare workers.
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Workers in factories and warehouses are exposed to numerous air pollutants, making air quality a crucial safety concern in order to prevent sickness and to avoid unnecessary expenses or fines.
Controlled environments such as cleanrooms are designed to maintain extremely high standards of cleanliness. By monitoring air quality, low levels of particulate matter can be ensured.
Good indoor air quality stimulates the concentration of students and thus promotes their performance. Permanent monitoring of an acceptable temperature and relative humidity are thus crucial.
Offering a pleasant “home away from home”, hotels must also guarantee a safe and healthy environment, for both their guests as workers.
Older buildings are not equipped with the necessary facilities whereas modern buildings are so efficient they have become airtight, both increasing potential poor indoor air quality.