While governments may have measures in place to monitor and regulate outdoor air pollution, the same thing cannot be said about indoor air pollution – an issue that has largely taken a backseat in the past when it comes to promoting public health. The coronavirus pandemic has changed this as people are forced to stay indoors.
Communities thrive when citizens are safe, healthy, and productive. As institutions of authority, goverment offices need to lead by example in creating an environment that is safe and healthy. They should be able to set the standards on how workplaces should operate.
Modeling healthy and safe government offices signifies a commitment to prioritizing the wellbeing of the employees in the offices as well as the public served by these offices. Having a data-driven indoor air quality management system can also help in the formulation of policies that would impact on a much wider scale and provide solutions to protect citizens from the negative impacts of indoor air pollution.
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