How does indoor air quality impact employee productivity?
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Caroline Barakat-Haddad is an Assistant Professor in Environmental/Occupational Health at UOIT.
Dr. Alan Darlington, an adjunct biology professor and research scientist from the University of Guelph and is the founder of Nedlaw Living Walls, the designer of the Durham College Centre for Foods Living Wall.
Gail Lawlor, B.E.S., President, Energy Matters, has been involved in the energy, waste and water sectors since 1982. Through her consulting company Gail provides training development and delivery, research, and project implementation expertise to a variety of clients.

The Benefits of Improved Indoor Air Quality

How does air quality impact employee productivity and well-being?

Few companies are focused on poor indoor air and its impact on workforce productivity. Concerned about maximizing productivity, many employers today focus on encouraging employees to eat well and exercise, but they haven't done much to improve the air their employees breathe. According to research conducted by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, employers can improve workforce performance by up to 10 percent through improvements in the quality of indoor air.

Why attend this event?

Attendees will understand how to identify the causes of IAQ problems, health and environmental issues pertaining to IAQ and how improved IAQ can improve overall employee productivity.


Location: Durham College Centre for Food
Date: September 15th, 2015
Time: 8:00-10:00am
Cost: $15 for DPPG Members, $25 for Non-members
Register: To register please click here
Complimentary ticket registration for members and sponsors please call 289-251-2200 and speak to Christine.


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