Safer Air for Employees


OSHA, Permissible Exposure, and Studies

Air quality tests show secondhand smoke levels in real-world environments are significantly lower than OSHA’s permissible levels, even in unfiltered/ventilated bars.

“No Safe Level” of Secondhand Smoke?

The assertion that there’s “no safe level” of exposure to secondhand smoke is a political statement, not a scientific one.

PM 2.5 & Filtration

Air filtration can ensure PM 2.5 levels meet or exceed standards for good to moderate air, and that the air within exempted locations is within the EPA’s healthy range.

2000 Chemicals

Do the components of secondhand smoke mean it’s dangerous?