Following on from Dr. John McKeon’s invitation to speak in Amsterdam, ASL is delighted to announce our collaboration with the IAQS. This relationship reflects our ongoing efforts to promote a #onehealth world, where healthy people live on a healthy planet.
Recent global events have underscored the importance of indoor air quality and its impact on public health. As people continue to spend more time indoors, it has become increasingly important to ensure that indoor air is free from harmful particles and allergens. By working with IAQS, we aim to educate the public on the importance of environmental control and provide resources to help people make informed decisions about their indoor air quality.
IAQS is a non-profit organization that promotes the exchange of indoor air quality information and expertise. Its members include professionals from various industries, including architecture, engineering, and healthcare. By collaborating with IAQS, we can leverage their knowledge and expertise to educate the public on the importance of indoor air quality and provide resources to help people create healthier indoor environments.
“We are excited to be working with the Indoor Air Quality Society to promote a #onehealth world,” said Dr. John McKeon, CEO of Allergy Standards. “Our collaboration reflects our shared commitment to creating healthier indoor environments. By working together, we can provide people with the information and resources they need to make informed decisions about their indoor air quality and promote a healthier future for all.”
Through our collaboration with IAQS, we hope to create a #onehealth world, where healthy people live on a healthy planet. Our mission is to provide consumers with the information and tools they need to make informed decisions about their indoor environment. We believe that everyone has the right to breathe clean air, and we are committed to helping people achieve that goal.
As part of our collaboration, we will be launching a series of educational initiatives to help people understand the importance of environmental control. These initiatives will include webinars, workshops, and other events that provide information about indoor air quality and how it impacts our health. We will also be working with IAQS to develop resources and tools that can help people assess their indoor air quality and identify potential sources of pollution.
By collaborating with ASL, IAQS, through the asthma & allergy friendly® Certification Program, can provide its members and the public with access to products and help them create a healthier indoor environment..
“Our alliance with Allergy Standards reflects our shared mission of promoting healthy indoor environments,” said Prof. Daniel Bonn, Chairman of IAQS. “Indoor air quality is a critical component of public health, and we are excited to work with Allergy Standards to provide people with the necessary resources to create healthier indoor spaces.”
Through our collaboration, IAQS and ASL aim to make information about indoor air quality and environmental control more accessible to the public. By working together, we hope to empower people to create healthier indoor environments that promote overall well-being.
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