Building better workspaces – strategies for improving indoor environmental air quality

Watch on demand: a webinar that will educate you on the significance of evaluating indoor environmental quality (IEQ) and how it contributes to better, healthier workplaces. Discover the effects of IEQ and how to improve it by using a monitoring program.

This webinar will educate you on the significance of evaulating indoor environmental quality (IEQ) and how it contributes to better, healthier workplaces. Discover the effects of IEQ and how to improve it by using a monitoring program.

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We'll walk you through the evaluation procedure, discuss techniques for locating issue areas, and how to apply corrective measures. We'll also be covering operation and maintenance, systems integration and some of the latest IEQ technological solutions.

Learn about the true advantages of IEQ optimization, such as higher productivity, better health, and cost savings. There will be case studies from actual businesses that have profited from increased IEQ.

A recap of the webinar and an interactive Q&A session will follow, presenting a comprehensive strategy for building modern workspaces.

Speakers:

Dr Dan Bradley

Head of Research and Development

IoT Horizon Ltd

Dan did his PhD in physical chemistry on the topic of electrochemical sensors at the University of Manchester. He received the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Westminster Fellowship in science policy and was selected by the English Speaking Union to tour the United States as part of the UK debate team.

After starting his career as an academic researcher in nanotechnology, Dan moved into academic research management, then technology consulting and private sector R&D. He now leads on R&D and solutions architecture for IoT Horizon Ltd, based in North-West England.

In his spare time, he teaches debate and public speaking, including coaching the 2019 English and home-nations schools champi

Janina Sander, M. Sc.

Application Specialist Health & Safety, EMEA

TSI

Janina received her master’s (and bachelor’s) degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Paderborn in Germany where she specialised in energy and process technology. During her research studies at that time, she focused on particle process technology and gained specific expertise in particle measurement technology.

After her master’s exam she decided to move to industry and started with TSI as application specialist for the Health & Safety product line. In her job, Janina supports and advises customers individually on the selection and application of particle measuring devices for occupational health and safety and air quality monitoring. With training courses and seminars, she aims to share knowledge about aerosol particles and their importance for the health and safety of people at their workplace and in indoor environments.