OSHA to Take Control of Office Thermostat Temp Nationwide

Posted: August 12, 2017 in Uncategorized
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thermodogOSHA, the government agency in charge of many of the United States’ health and humanitarian regulatory regulations has been assigned to take back the control of our nation’s thermostats in both public and private work spaces. The need for such a drastic measure has been caused by the rise in thermostat temperature disputes among employees as well America’s declining GNP in recent years. This decline is due to the fact that an average office worker must maintain a body degree of 98.6 with an air current of 78.7 degrees in a constant flow.

OSHA inspectors have found large temperature discrepancies within many office spaces ranging from 55 degrees Fahrenheit to as warm as 92 degrees. Studies show that such a variance in temperature will affect a worker’s circulatory, digestive, endocrine, immune and respiratory systems causing a slowdown in productivity as well as an increase in absentee rates.

Thus maintaining a national set temperature of 78.7 degrees Fahrenheit throughout the nation’s office buildings and workspaces will eliminate many of the disruptions a diverse climate setting can cause.

Thanks to advances in workplace building construction and new sensor climate app technologies, the US Government & OSHA can control a set office temperature from one central control center in Langley, VA. This Uni-Thermo-Temp-Meter will be up and running by the end of 2020 with all offices being required to participate in this system by 2022. Violators and those who bring a fan or mittens to their place of employment will be met with stiff fines and a wedgie.


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