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Indoor Air Quality During Construction: A Guide to Best Engineering Practices and Regualtory Compliance
     

Indoor Air Quality During Construction: A Guide to Best Engineering Practices and Regualtory Compliance

by Jonathan L. Davis, Kenneth S. Weinberg
 

Are you familiar with the hazards of construction and renovation that could impair indoor air quality in your clinical areas? Have your clinical staff, safety officers, and project managers considered all of the "what if" scenarios about construction activities that could affect indoor air quality? As your facility undergoes construction and repairs, it's not easy

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Are you familiar with the hazards of construction and renovation that could impair indoor air quality in your clinical areas? Have your clinical staff, safety officers, and project managers considered all of the "what if" scenarios about construction activities that could affect indoor air quality? As your facility undergoes construction and repairs, it's not easy to maintain indoor air quality. That's why it's essential to have sound procedures to protect indoor air quality during all of your renovation, maintenance, or new construction projects. That's not an easy task-especially in high-risk areas, such as operation suites and transplant rooms. This new book, Indoor Air Quality During Construction: A Guide to Best Engineering Practices and Regulatory Compliance, will make your job easier. You'll learn about current practices and trends for controlling and maintaining optimal indoor air quality during construction. You'll also gain insight, from experts on common air quality control problems and just how troubleshoot these problems. Here's how to maintain indoor air quality! With Indoor Air Quality During Construction you'll be able to maintain optimal indoor air quality during construction and renovation projects. Just as important, you'll also: Save time and money by developing sound procedures to protect indoor air quality before construction begins Achieve minimal disruption of normal facility operations Comply with JCAHO standards and other indoor air quality regulations Protect patients and staff Reduce the risk of infections Indoor Air Quality during Construction: A Guide to Best Engineering Practices and Regulatory Compliance is an easy-to-use guide that explores each of the following aspects that relate to indoor air quality during construction: HVAC Systems and Engineering Practices Diagrams of a reheat system, chiller, a typical power plant, and split-system Tips on how to use the building's exhaust, air-con

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781578393039
Publisher:
HCPro, Inc
Publication date:
07/01/2003
Pages:
131
Product dimensions:
7.00(w) x 9.80(h) x 0.40(d)

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