Join the Fight Against

Lower Lung Disease

International Society of Environmental Enclosure Engineers

The International Society of Environmental Enclosure Engineers (ISEEE), a 501c3 tax exempt nonprofit organization, was established in 2012. Since its founding, ISEEE members have focused on performing research, to develop best practices, and educational material around environmental enclosure air quality engineering to protect the lung health of equipment operators. The ISEEE Advance Cab Theory Workshop is focused on training attendees on environmental enclosure design, performance testing, and certification in their real-world environments. ISEEE provides education and consultation on environmental enclosure air quality engineering.   


ISEEE hosts in person and online education to equip stakeholders in the fight against lower lung disease.


Learn the ways you can get involved and make a difference in the fight against lower lung disease.


Learn about ISO 23875, access recent news stories, and  discover other trending topics in operator enclosure air quality.



With average cab concentrations below 50 µg/m3, we have the confidence of knowing that we not only provide a healthy work environment for our employees but also that potential health and regulatory compliance issues [with MSHA] are dramatically reduced. 


Having the knowledge and ability to test the cabs in a standardized format that is repeatable and reliable allows our Maintenance Department to work closely with the Health & Safety Department to correct cab-related exposure issues and make consistent and steady improvements.


Tim Adkins 

Director, Health & Safety