IAQ Assessment Process
Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) refers to the air quality within and around buildings and structures, especially as it relates to the health and comfort of building occupants. When you request an IAQ assessment, you take the first step in creating a healthier school environment. A team of environmental health professionals will provide a room-by-room assessment of ambient air conditions by taking measurements with specialized devices. This data is analyzed to assess your ventilation system airflow and identify classrooms that show a need for additional measures such as the placement of portable high-efficiency particulate (HEPA) air filtrations systems.
Improved ventilation can actually increase learning and attention. Poor ventilation may also affect teachers. Studies continue to show that overall cognitive performance improves for both when exposed to lower carbon dioxide levels, which is a marker of better ventilation.
So what are we looking for? See below!
Request your School IAQ Assessment today!
*You must have a contract in place with the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (MO DHSS)
prior to requesting this assessment. For contract information, please contact Ms. Pat Simmons, Assistant Deputy Director, Division of Community and Public Health at Pat.Simmons@health.mo.gov or 573-526-1822