COVID Return to Work Planning: Airflow testing, Spatial Mapping, & Surface Testing

Creating and managing a return-to-work plan can be challenging. With a myriad of elements to address, it’s often difficult to know what takes priority. Both CDC and EPA stress the importance of maintaining a clean and healthy HVAC system to curtail the spread of coronavirus and other pathogens in the workplace.

  • Learning Objectives:
  • Why airflow quantity and quality are important
  • What role spatial mapping plays in your return to work program
  • How air flow impacts spatial mapping
  • Why testing surfaces for COVID-19 and other viruses is important

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