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Indoor environmental exposures and symptoms

Hodgson MD., 2003
indoor climate | office | pollutant
Bibliographic info: ASHRAE IAQ Applications, Vol. 4, N°1, Winter 2003, pp 1-3
Languages: English

It is a basic biological truth that people bring different levels of responsiveness to irritant stimuli to work. No one reacts to the same levels with the same intensity (symptoms are different)What are the stress factors that lead people to complain? Poor work organization, inadequate communication or pollutants ? The author suggests that priority should be given to the problems of work organisation before looking for problems of indoor air pollution, air-handling, or heating.Systematic approaches to stress management have shown to have major benefits.


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