Indoor environmental control to determine health risks and reserves for productivity increase
High CO2 levels have been found to impact tiredness or decision-making in a number of studies. One recent lab-based study using simulated decision-making tasks showed CO2 having a significant detrimental impact (11%-23% worse) at 1000ppm compared to 600ppm, despite 1000ppm being widely considered acceptable.
Good lighting is crucial for occupant satisfaction, and our understanding of the health and wellbeing benefits of light is growing all the time. A study in 2011 investigated the relationship between view quality, daylighting and sick leave of employees in administration offices of Northwest University Campus. So there is 6.5% of the variation in sick leave.
Up to a 66% drop in performance for a ‘memory for prose’ task when participants were exposed to different types of background noise
Being productive in the modern knowledge-based office is practically impossible when noise provides an unwanted distraction. This can be a major cause of dissatisfaction amongst occupants.
10% reduction in performance at both 30°C and 15°C compared with a baseline between 21°C and 23°C
Thermal comfort has a significant impact on workplace satisfaction. Studies consistently show that even modest degrees of personal control over thermal comfort can return single digit improvements in productivity.
There is a strong impact of humidity level on employees performance during different seasons. Productivity was higher under high humidity conditions in winter. On the other hand correct answer speed slightly increased in a low humidity in summer.
Volatile organic compounds (VOCs), allergens and asthmagens make for a veritable cocktail of potential pollutants that may come from building materials, carpets, cleaning products, office equipment etc. In 2011 lab test which mimicked an office, a range of office-related tasks were carried out with the presence of airborne VOCs. Increasing ventilation from 5l/s to 20l/s improved performance by up to 8%
Indoor air quality is on average 2 to 5 times worse than outdoor air
30% of buildings worldwide have Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) problems
ILO says >$3 Trillion increase productivity with occupational safety and health control
A comprehensive analysis by Carnegie Mellon concluded that natural ventilation or mixed-mode conditioning could achieve 0.8–1.3% savings on health costs, 3–18% productivity gains, and 47–79% in HVAC energy savings, for an average ROI of at least 120%.
Djinn Sensor collects data during specified period (for example, 1 month), and saves it in a cloud storage. You get access to the KPI data of the departments and each employee personally. With changing the parameters of indoor ecology (adding light, decreasing temperature, increasing humidity and etc) you will be able to find additional productivity resources and its weaknesses.
Djinn Sensor gives you an opportunity to explore conditions that can make your workers more productive.
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