Indoor Air Quality
OSHA Letters of Interpretation related to IAQ
- 2002 - 08/01/2002 - Record retention requirements for indoor air quality documents and reports
- 2003 - 02/24/2003 - Reiteration of Existing OSHA Policy on Indoor Air Quality: Office Temperature/Humidity and Environmental Tobacco Smoke
Many states have guidance on indoor air quality. Check your state health department website. Here are links to more information on indoor air quality from some states:
- New Jersey*
- New York
- Indoor Environmental Quality. National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Workplace Safety and Health Topics.
- Mendell MJ., Brennan T., et al. "Causes and prevention of symptom complaints in office buildings: Distilling the experiences of indoor environmental quality investigators". Facilities. 2006; 24(11/12): 436-44. Provides recommendations from the experience of indoor environmental quality investigators.
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