Tag: World Health Organization

Healthy Residence Halls Promote Student Physical Activity, Utilize Sustainable Construction Materials

In 1984, the World Health Organization suggested that up to 30% of new and renovated buildings had excessive complaints related to indoor...

Create a Great Sports Environment with Improved IAQ

By Chris Marasco Sports season is in full swing for those who enjoy watching winter sports like basketball and volleyball. For those hoping to attend...

Working From Here: Delivering Acoustic Sanity in Multi-Family and Mixed Use Buildings in the...

Urbanization is increasing. According to United Nations forecasting, seven out of ten people will live in cities by 2050. Faced with a huge shortage...

The benefits of radar obstacle detection for worksite safety

According to the World Health Organization, construction, agriculture, and mining are among some of the highest-risk work populations in the world with many injuries and...

CONDAIR & AIRTHINGS SUPPORT WHO HUMIDITY PETITION

OSLO – June 11th, 2020 - Condair and Airthings are supporting Dr. Stephanie Taylor, in her petition to have the World Health Organization (WHO) review...

Water Environment Federation convening a blue-ribbon panel to evaluate biological hazards and precautions for...

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — To ensure the protection of wastewater workers during the coronavirus pandemic and beyond, the Water Environment Federation (WEF) is convening a blue-ribbon panel...

Scientists answer coronavirus questions on new website

The GovLab at NYU Tandon helps debunk misinformation and provide solid advice from the American Federation of Scientists BROOKLYN, New York,(GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Unreliable tips on how...

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