Ebony Office Interiors Announces "Furniture Extraction Service"
A chemical free "Furniture Extraction Service" has been designed to maintain the environmental
health of your upholstered office furniture as well as promoting the general health condition of
employees. The CDC reports that maintaining a healthy office environment requires attention to
chemical hazards, equipment and work station design, physical environment (temperature,
humidity, light, noise, ventilation, and space).
Seattle,WA (PRWEB) June 18, 2009 -- Impaired immune function can result in uncontrolled inflammation or
increased susceptibility to diseases. Allergic conditions are exaggerated immune responses to substances often
found in the workplace. Areas of interest to explore might include: health risks due to employment in
mold-contaminated work spaces; runny nose and sinus from occupational allergen exposures; the impact of
occupational exposures to chemicals on normal immune function; and the identification of allergens in the
workplace imposing significant health risks to workers in various sectors and industries.
A total of 1.3 million injuries and illnesses in private industry required employee recuperation away from work
beyond the day of the incident or illness in 2008, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Dept. of Labor.
In Washington State the Dept. LNI claims for injuries due to Bacterial and Circulatory causes, Skin Disorders and
Infectious and Unspecified harmful parasitic diseases represented over 3.5 million dollars in claims last year
In addition to sanitizing the environment, the other two best approaches to reducing indoor air pollution are
source control and ventilation. Listed below are specific steps for improving indoor air quality. The differences in
health outcomes from exposure are due to important moderating variables, such as:
Limiting the use of products and materials that emit strong odors and irritants:
• Air freshener sprays
• Chalk d