6 Strategies for Healthier Buildings
Previously, we talked about the Fitwel Standard and the categories that they look at in determining how health-conscious a commercial building’s design is. Here we are going to dive into their 6 strategies for workplace buildings.
These are a few of the best practices proposed by Fitwel to create healthier buildings in the workplace.
Area – improving mobility and walkways to help more exceptional opportunities for physical action, social value, and cultivate positive effects on communal wellbeing.
Building Access – offering support for carpools, bicycles, and pedestrians to help multi-modular access to structures and open doors for standard physical movement.
Outdoor Spaces – making arrangements and strategies for open-air comforts, for example, strolling trails and smoke-free environment to help mental and physical wellbeing.
Passages and Ground Floor – building door frameworks and fitting lighting to advance improved air quality and access to wellbeing advancing amenities.
Stairwells – creating available, unmistakable, and well-structured staircases to exhibit a helpful path for structure inhabitants to add physical exercises to their day.
Indoor Environment – executing smoke-free building arrangements and giving an interior that is asbestos-free to restrain delayed presentation to destructive airborne substances and pollutants in indoor situations
For more details, visit Fitwel’s website.