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Pre-pandemic, the phrase indoor air quality (IAQ) was an afterthought among building occupants in institutional and commercial facilities.
As the pandemic rolled on, IAQ became a common phrase in the office. And now that most people have moved on from the pandemic, IAQ remains prominent in the thoughts of office workers.
The third annual Healthy Buildings Survey from Honeywell confirmed that IAQ remains an important component of worker comfort. In their survey of U.S. office workers, a whopping 95 percent of the respondents say expectations for improved IAQ have increased the last three years.
The company surveyed 2,500 office workers from buildings with more than 500 workers in the U.S. as well as Germany, India, the Middle East and United Kingdom.
The results confirmed the common belief that IAQ is an important aspect of the workplace setting for building occupants. A large majority of U.S. respondents (77 percent) feel that employers or facility managers should keep them informed of their building’s IAQ. That’s a 22-point leap from the 2022 survey. Even more respondents – 88 percent — feel that limiting their IAQ investment shows a low-level commitment to employee safety and well-being.
Other interesting takeaways from the survey include:
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