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Why everyone should want to be RESET Certified

Emily Moschowits
July 6, 2021

Smart buildings promise the triple benefit of saving owners money, reducing environmental impacts, and improving the health and wellbeing of employees and tenants. However, it can be hard to know where to start the accreditation process. That’s why we have created this step-by-step guide to help you through the process of certifying your business's air quality with RESET.

resetRESET has three main specifications that they require for accreditation: (1) planning your installation of RESET-approved sensors, such as the  RESET accredited View Plus for Business, (2) ensuring proper installation and calibration so the data can be trusted, and (3) following all reporting requirements.  As Airthings is an accredited data provider, you can be sure our data can be used for the certification process.


What are the steps for RESET certification? 

There are a number of formal steps in the REST process. Some of them can be quite complicated but we are here to help. That’s why we created this helpful guide to walk you through the process.

  1. Do your research.

    Congratulations! You have already taken the first step to RESET certification. Researching and understanding what is required is one of the most important and very first things you should do.

  2. Make a plan.

    After reading more about the certification, you must familiarize yourself with the requirements from RESET and develop a plan for how to accomplish the steps. That’s where we are here to help! We can help you estimate the number of sensors you will need based on the size and number of regularly occupied space types.* Use the form below to send a message to one of our RESET experts to help you get started.

  3. Talk to us.

    Set up a consult with one of our accredited RESET Professionals to walk you through the steps for calculating monitor deployment. Airthings can work with you to define the project boundary, list the different space types, estimate the number of people occupying these space types, and draw a floor plan to plan where to place the sensors, and finally ensure there is an appropriate number of monitors to cover the required number of occupants and area of the project.

  4. Officially register.

    You need to register your project with RESET and pay all of their required fees.

  5. Document your work.

    Submit the pre-deployment documentation for review. We can help you here. After the initial review is complete, you will need to submit documents to RESET for a site audit.

  6. Get ready for audit.

    Airthings is also a RESET accredited data provider. We will handle sending the data to RESET for auditing. After three months of monitoring and passing the RESET audit, you will be officially RESET Accredited. Congrats! You are now actively monitoring your indoor air quality. Striving to make changes and improve indoor air quality and hitting the RESET optimal levels will allow full RESET Certification.  

*Space types are determined by the use of the space. For example, a conference room would be one space type, while an open desk area would be another (2 total). You should not include spaces that are not regularly occupied, such as elevators or bathrooms.

Want to know more about using Airthings for Business in your RESET project? Contact us today

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