A New Healthy Building Certification From The CDC Is Coming To Your Office

Read the full story at Fast Company.

A new tool that will help employers create healthier workplaces is getting off the ground.

Fitwel is a health and wellness standard for buildings developed by the CDC, the General Services Administration (the government agency that runs federal office buildings). After testing it in government facilities, it was released to the public a few months ago, with the help of a New York City nonprofit, the Center for Active Design. It’s aimed at helping employers evaluate all the design factors that go into creating a healthy workplace, from proximity to public transit, bike parking, indoor air quality, healthy food access, and stairwell design.

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