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SINGAPORE, June 28, 2021 / – Slowly but surely, business is normalizing and customers are returning to business. It is also likely that many employees will return to an office setting in the next year or two. However, it will never be the same again. The safety and well-being of employees are top priority as hallways and office machines bloom again. The possibility of viruses spreading through the air has already been established through research. It is therefore imperative to prioritize ventilation in workplaces and to maintain good indoor air quality. In addition to all of the benefits uHoo can bring to your building or workplace, it can also provide one of your strongest defenses against potential office breakouts.

Indoor air quality refers to the air quality in a given room, whether it is residential or commercial. It also relates to how the air in the area affects health and
Well-being of the people in the area. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought the importance of understanding and monitoring indoor air quality to the fore.

Why indoor air quality is important

The air we breathe consists of light, odorless and colorless gases and substances. In a typical indoor environment, the air is continuously recycled, thereby trapping and accumulating pollutants. High concentrations of these gases and particulate matter are the main sources that lead to poor indoor air quality. This can be caused by one or a combination of these factors:
– poorly maintained heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems
– insufficient ventilation
– Construction, cleaning and operating materials
– External vehicle emissions and more.

In addition, suboptimal temperature, humidity and air pressure ranges can also influence the formation of these harmful pollutants. Environmental factors such as light and sound also have an impact on the comfort and performance of the residents and should be taken into account when considering the indoor climate quality.

As people learn more about the risk of airborne diseases like COVID-19 and other pollutants, they become increasingly aware of the problems associated with poor indoor air quality and the effects it has on their health. To avoid potential legal disputes, business leaders should monitor complaints carefully and deal with them promptly. It also helps to maintain and effectively implement a holistic IAQ management strategy embedded in building operations.
Investing in IAQ solutions that promote wellbeing and health helps establish a positive corporate culture. Employees who feel valued are more likely to work with others and have a positive attitude towards work.

Why the use of uHoo in the workplace is important
In a changing world, it pays to use tools and solutions that give you a comprehensive overview of the framework conditions in order to be able to act promptly. Therefore, it is vital for building owners to understand the interaction between various environmental quality factors, spaces, and occupants’ activities and habits that affect health and safety.

uHoo measures and monitors all major air quality factors, providing you with real-time data and actionable insights to create healthier, safer and more energy efficient offices and buildings. The uHoo Business Dashboard allows you to see an intuitive visual representation of the current air quality conditions in your building, so you can monitor and track accurate readings in different locations. Custom alerts enable you to take the appropriate action to correct a problem immediately. uHoo also helps you assess the risk of virus transmission in real time so that you can create a healthy and safe work environment through the uHoo Virus Index.

Case Study: Co-Working Space created a safer environment through appropriate air quality monitoring solutions
As part of its growth strategy, a Singapore coworking space wanted to create a healthier and safer environment for its members. Through appropriate monitoring and analysis, they identified various problems causing discomfort among their members, as well as causes of under-use of their spaces and concerns that made their members feel drowsy. A broken thermostat caused by hypothermia was immediately replaced to correct the problem. By avoiding hypothermia, they were able to reduce their energy costs. They could also determine the concentration of gases that they passed on to the landlord. As a result of the use of the data, the discussion became factual rather than centered, he / she said. The numbers made it possible to identify and address problems together. The co-working space also conducted a variety of activities to maximize space use and effectively manage its facilities.

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