To ensure a healthy workspace, an organization must take concrete steps to improve indoor air quality. The current pandemic has forced us to spend a significant portion of our time indoors. Recent research shows that pollutant quantities indoors can be two to five times more than outside.

Pollutants, including airborne particles, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and combustion by-products, can worsen the air quality. This can cause headaches, nausea, respiratory irritation, asthma, reduced productivity levels, etc. Read on to know the 7 ways to maintain and improve the indoor air quality of your workplace during COVID-19.

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Author's Bio: 

Amit Prasad is the founder and managing director of SatNav Technologies and has business interests in a wide range of IT products. QuickFMS from a-mantra is a cloud-based facilities management software that enhances the organization’s efficiency.