Improving Air Quality through Weld Fume Control
October 20, 2015
How Clean is Clean?
Practicing weld fume control to increase indoor air quality allows manufacturers to attract the highest caliber skilled laborers, exceed OSHA and ACGIH compliance standards, and operate as efficiently as possible. To understand what clean air looks like and why it’s absolutely crucial to your success, fill out the form on this page and access our in-depth discussion on air quality control.
In this webinar, clean air technology experts from RoboVent discuss:
- The evolving workforce and their expectation of clean air
- What “clean” looks like
- Sources and effects of indoor air quality issues
- OSHA regulations and ACGIH guidelines
- And More!
With the skills gap in the manufacturing workforce widening, oversight from regulatory agencies increasing and indoor air quality becoming progressively top-of-mind, it’s important for plant managers and owners to understand the critical importance of clean air.
Have a specific question about weld fume control? Send us a message, or give us a call at 888.ROBOVENT (888.762.6836).