Arena Air Quality - Fact Sheets and Guidelines for Arena Operations

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Indoor air quality in ice arenas can be a health concern. The operation of machinery and equipment produces exhaust gases and combustion products, including carbon monoxide and nitrogen dioxide. Inadequate ventilation can allow exhaust gases to collect indoors, and make people sick. Arena managers can help mitigate potential health impacts related to poor air quality by developing and maintaining a standard operating procedure.

The fact sheets and Guidelines have been developed to assist Manitoba arenas in developing their standard operating procedures.

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