Indoor air quality monitoring – guide

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Indoor air quality matters: many workplace-related issues, such as headaches, irritation of the eyes and fatigue, can be related to these indoor air quality issues. 

Concerns over the effects of poor indoor air quality on people’s health, productivity and employee wellbeing have been raised, but the causes of people’s symptoms often remain unclear. As a result, companies and building managers struggle to find and fix indoor air quality issues.

To be able to fix and manage indoor air quality issues, one needs to be able to monitor the conditions. We have created this guide to help you understand indoor air quality monitoring better: 

What’s in this guide?

Our indoor air quality monitoring guide includes the following themes: 

  • Why does indoor air quality matter?
    • The importance of understanding the effects of bad indoor air quality
  • What is indoor air quality?
    • Understand what is monitored, what should be your target benchmarks and what things affect the indoor air quality
  • Reasons to monitor indoor air quality
    • What are the effects of good indoor air quality on occupant health, employee productivity and cognitive performance?
  • How to get started with indoor air quality monitoring?
    • Getting insights on what you need to get started with your indoor air quality monitoring journey

We gathered this guide to guide you through the most important aspects of indoor air quality monitoring from what and why, to how it’s done. 

Get your copy of the guide to indoor air quality monitoring here: