Safe Airflow Verification for the Built Environment
Create Safe Spaces in a Changing World
COVID-19 presents a significant safety and health risk to the built environment given the complexity of airflows and the risk of airborne virus transmission via respiratory droplets that can evaporate, turn into aerosols, float in the air for hours, travel significant distances, and live on surfaces for days. The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), a leading authority on building safety, states, “Changes to building operations, including the operation of heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning systems can reduce airborne exposures.” Property managers need a solution to safely assess and mitigate their risk, and ultimately, protect occupant safety and health.
The veriDART™ Solution
SafeTraces’ groundbreaking solution, veriDART, equips property managers with a powerful, accurate solution for verifying safe airflow in order to identify high-risk transmission vectors, target remediation actions, and instill public trust and confidence in building safety. The veriDART leverages airborne tracers that safely mimic the mobility of pathogens like SARS-CoV-2 droplets and aerosols to verify building safety for occupancy and re-occupancy.
See the veriDART in Action
The veriDART was recently deployed at a multinational Fortune 100 Silicon Valley tech company to determine a safe approach to reopening during COVID-19. Read the case study to understand how the veriDART provides a clear risk assessment for hotspots to prepare the building for the safe return of its employees.
- Baseline risk assessment: Safely identify high-risk transmission vectors for COVID-19 and airborne pathogens
- Evaluate efficacy of defenses: Test filtration, ventilation, cleaning and sanitizing, and floor plan layout
- Assess efficacy of remediations: Determine if corrective actions undertaken are working or not
- Environmental monitoring: Use on routine basis and link to COVID-19 testing of people and surfaces, cleaning and sanitation schedule, etc.