Recent air quality issues stemming from the Canadian wildfires are less common in our part of the country. Still, they can pose a significant health risk, especially for those working outdoors.
Below are national resources for air quality monitoring, resources to explain proven methods for protecting you and your staff from air quality issues related to wildfires developed by our sister centers on the west coast, and links to state government sites with information specific to your state.
Do you have a resource that is helpful for respiratory health, especially in regard to wild fire smoke or ozone action days? Send it our way!