Life expectancy - men and women:
- based on US Social Security Administration Period Life Table 1997
Human physiology, air quality and comfort temperatures, activity and metabolic rates, health effects of carbon monoxide and more.
Exposure limits for various air contaminants.
Ammonia and health symptoms - smell and threat to life.
Typical ideal body weight versus height.
CO2 acceptance and comfort level.
Exposure to Carbon Monoxide - CO and health effects.
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) hazard system for chemical materials.
Dangerous vs. tolerable concentration levels for some industrial gases.
The optimum relative humidity ranges for bacteria, viruses, fungi, mites, asthma.
Fresh air is required for respiration and for transport of heat and vapor emitted from the human body.
The noise level should not exceed certain values to protect public health and welfare.
Exposure to noise should be controlled so that it is less than a maximum combination of exposure level and duration.