An unavoidable enemy in the office is the cocktail of chemicals that surrounds us. Did you know, for example, that carpets and chairs may contain formaldehyde, inks give off benzene, and photocopiers and PC monitors emit toluene? The effects of these can include breathing problems, eye irritation, anaemia, nausea and impaired co-ordination. […]
Since September 11, 2001 the odds of a biological chemical attack in America have greatly increased. An attack such as this could be devastating to a massive number of Americans while having severe economic consequences. The most likely approach terrorists might use is to employ an aerosolizer to release biological and chemical warfare agents into a building’s ventilation ducts.