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Saturday, April 10, 2010

US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issues indoor air quality policy for all CDC offices nationwide

"This is arguably the strongest and most important chemical-free and fragrance-free policy in existence for the workplace."

"The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a federal agency under the Department of Health and Human Services, recently issued a policy on indoor air quality that will affect all CDC offices (owned, leased and rented) and more than 15,000 employees nationwide. Among a host of indoor air quality standards, the policy includes specific guidelines restricting the use of fragrance in cleaning and personal care products." What took them so long?

"Workers, those person who work in CDC facilities regardless of their employer, including employees, contract workers, guest workers, and others."

This is Huge!!!

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