Ventilation FAQs

Q: What is ventilation and why is it important?

A: Ventilation in its broadest definition is a method to control the environment by using air flow. Ventilation is the most used method of environment control and can be applied to almost any workplace.

Q: Where might ventilation be deficient or hazardous?

A: Confined spaces, facilities with a focus on energy conservation, windowless rooms, or areas with high occupancy densities. 

Q: How can I address ventilation concerns?

A: View our article on Indoor Air Quality for more information.

Q: Where can I find more information?

A: The Occupational Safety & Health Administration provides a list of ventilation standards on their website.


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