If you are thinking about implementing a stairwell intervention in your building, you may want to consider tracking the use of the stairs before, during, and after the renovation phases are complete. The following are some ideas from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Direct observation, video cameras, and infrared sensors have all been used to track stair usage in past interventions and new technologies are being developed. Each method of tracking stair use has its own benefits and limitations. The method you choose may depend on the cost, practicality, and accuracy involved.
Below are two possibilities for tracking stairwell use if you are interested in seeing how your improvements change use in your building:
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