Who is responsible for the indoor air in the workplace? Camfil supports this new initiative to design quality air in work environments.
RIVERDALE, NJ, Sept. 08, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Tue Initiative of the Chief Airgonomics Officer (CAO) calls on organizations around the world to take 100% responsibility for the indoor air people breathe. The all-new initiative calls for organizations to act by appointing Chief Airgonomics Officers (CAOs), which will be The voice of clean air at their workplace. Inspired by the study of ergonomics, the newly coined term flight technique refers to the burgeoning discipline that seeks to maximize the benefits of healthy air to protect people, processes and the planet.
Camfil supports the initiative of the new Chief Airgonomics Officer
In light of the recent adoption by the UN General Assembly on July 28, 2022 of a resolution declaring “access to a clean, healthy and sustainable environment a universal human right”, the CAO initiative seeks to take necessary action in implement practice ensuring that workplaces everywhere provide access to clean, healthy and sustainable environments through improving indoor air quality (IAQ).
On July 28th the UN General Assembly assumed a resolution declaring “access to a clean, healthy and sustainable environment a universal human right”. In parallel, the 2021 publication of the updated World Health Organization (WHO) global air quality guidelines concluded that “…the burden of disease attributable to air pollution is now estimated to be consistent with other major global health risks such as unhealthy diet and tobacco smoking and air pollution apply today as the greatest environmental threat to human health.”
The CAO Initiative shares the vision of making universal access to clean, healthy and sustainable environments a reality and is taking first steps to bring this to life by first addressing indoor air quality (IAQ) in workplaces. The initiative has a long-term…