Ventilation, Operation Management

a. To cater for adequate supply of oxygen or air required for respiration.

b. To provide thermal comfort b maintaining adequate heat balance of the body.

c. To get rid of contaminants produced in the various processes of the industry concerned.

Proper ventilation whether natural or artificial will help to reduce the fatigue caused to the operator. Proper ventilation is a must if the manufacturing process gives rise to dust, smoke fumes etc.

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