Understanding clean indoor air

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  • Convenient 
    Entirely digitalised, you can complete the training at a convenient time, study pace, and location.
  • Support
    Training modules on indoor air quality and general ventilation provide knowledge about addressing clean air in your organisation.
  • Know-how
    You will receive the know-how on indoor air quality to become a qualified Airgonomics specialist that brings healthy air to your workplace.

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We are soon launching the Chief Airgonomics Officer (CAO) Training Programme to ensure CAOs are qualified and certified to make change happen. Sign-up for our newsletter to stay informed.

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  • Why they volunteered for the role
  • The first step taken by every CAO
  • What benefits a CAO brings to their colleagues and business
  • Differing Air Quality Standards in Asia
  • How Asian business owners react
  • Is improving air quality expensive

Jayant Kaushal, based in Singapore, is Vice President of Business Development for Camfil Asia Pacific. He also takes a lead in promoting global standard ISO 16890 & Eurovent in Asia Pacific region. Jayant has also been a member of a task force committee, set up by the Singapore Green Building Council (SGBC) for developing Singapore Green Mark scheme for Air Filters.

Chen Xin (Sam), is based in Shanghai and works as a Product Manager for Camfil China. For the past ten years he has been responsible for different air filtration projects, with lots of experience in both comfort and clean room applications.

  • Simple improvements made in the office
  • How to tell good air from bad air
  • How they measured the existing quality of air
  • Concerns raised by employees
  • Their biggest challenge over the next six months

Paul Flanagan is Managing Director of Camfil Ireland. He has huge experience in the filtration industry, with many years of helping customers with technical queries especially in Life Science, Healthcare, Data Centres, Food & Beverage and Educational facilities.

  • How airgonomics was inspired by customer curiosity
  • Why we think indoor air is safe and why it is not
  • A dramatic example of how high CO2 levels have risen
  • The role of Chief Airgonomics Officer
  • Why it’s not just for scientists or air specialists
  • How Anders has implemented the role and feedback from colleagues
  • How you can get involved and the help you can expect

With over 20 years’ experience in engineering and design, there is very little Anders Sundvik does not know about filters, particles, gases, or air pollution and how to tackle it. Recently, he has been appointed as one of the world’s first Airgonomics Officers.

  • Why clean air is enjoying a new lease of life
  • The shocking pre-Covid numbers driving the change
  • Who sets the rules and how they are able to legislate so fast
  • The importance of considering pollution with indoor air
  • How the benefits of clean air reap rich rewards for business
  • Why clean air as a human right could be enshrined in UK law

As founder and Director of Clean Air in London (CAL), Simon Birkett has campaigned since 2006 for full compliance with World Health Organisation (WHO) guidelines for air quality throughout London and elsewhere.

Become Your Organisation’s CAO

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