Dr. Taylor petitions the World Health Organization (WHO) to review the scientific evidence on humidity and health, and recommend a minimum lower limit of indoor humidity in public buildings to reduce respiratory infections.
Dr. Stephanie Taylor’s credentials include Infection Control Consultant at Harvard Medical School,
ASHRAE Distinguished Lecturer, & Member of the ASHRAE Epidemic Task Group to name a few.
Michigan Air Products and Condair Group are committed to making interiors a safer place and contributing to the protection of people’s health globally. For years, we have been exploring and sharing the science behind the benefits that the optimum indoor humidity of 40-60%RH offers.
Global guidelines addressing a minimum lower limit of 40% relative humidity would be a vital step towards creating a healthy indoor environment and significantly reducing the spread of seasonal respiratory infections.
We encourage you to take time to review the scientific evidence that shows why the management of the air quality in our public buildings should be improved. Please sign the petition and support this worthwhile cause. Thank you for your help in setting new standards for indoor air and saving lives!
Dr. Taylor recently hosted a webinar with Michigan Air Products and Condair to discuss the importance of humidification as it relates to human health. If you missed the session, you can view a recording on our YouTube channel here. It’s a must-see.
If you have any questions on humidifying your building(s) we’d love to connect. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org today.