Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)
Indoor air quality (IAQ) refers to the quality of air within a building or structure, especially as it relates to the health and comfort of building occupants.
- If you have concerns about your building’s air quality, or are experiencing symptoms that you believe are related to your building’s air quality: ‘Report a Hazard’
- Leave the space immediately (after contacting your supervisor) if you are feeling ill.
- Be present at the site to meet EH&S personnel and provide additional information if necessary.
IAQ Scope of Work: Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Management at UCLA
- The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) has a method for managing indoor air quality (IAQ) issues. The goals are intended to:
- Provide a means for reporting and documenting IAQ concerns to Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S)
- Establish a consistent IAQ assessment process
- Ensure campus compliance with applicable regulations and recognized guidelines
- Minimize the effects of poor IAQ on employee/building occupant health and prevent building-related illnesses
- Direct the proper response actions for microbial growth remediation, water intrusion events, and construction project impact on IAQ. Submit concerns regarding indoor environmental quality by Reporting an Indoor Air Quality Concern.