AIRAH launches IAQ Assembly

AIRAH launches IAQ Assembly

Where: Online
When: From February 9, 2022

AIRAH has launched the IAQ Assembly, a free suite of videos, guides and articles that reflect the latest thinking on indoor air quality and preventing the airborne spread of COVID-19.

As well as the video library, the IAQ Assembly includes guidance materials published by AIRAH, other industry bodies and government; frequently asked questions about indoor air quality and HVAC&R systems; and news stories about COVID-19 and indoor air quality.

To access the IAQ Assembly, go to airah.org.au/IAQA

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