Indoor Air Quality... it just wont go away!
Evaluating Indoor Air Quality, before the Hospitality industry reopens in July as the COVID-19 lockdown eases, is the first step to take before reopening as laid out in the Government’s new guidance.
“Checking whether you need to service or adjust ventilation systems, for example so that they do not automatically reduce ventilation levels due to lower than normal occupancy levels.”
This guidance is designed to ensure time spent in pubs, bars and restaurants is as safe as possible for staff and customers, and is a clear demonstration of how important it is that Indoor Air Quality is addressed.
However, this advice only covers the mechanisms of Ventilation, not the actual system itself.
It is accepted that airborne Viruses are the biggest cause of transference. It is estimated that as much as 90% of infection is transferred via airborne means.
Join us this Friday, the 26th of June, at 11 am for our Webinar on Futureproofing the Hospitality Industry were we discuss Indoor Air Quality, among other things, to find out more: