I have read through many questions with a similar problem, but different circumstances than I have regarding this issue.
The home is in Ohio so cold winters and hot summers built in 1997. I have a mostly finished basement with a workout room. I want to use the finished space for the workout room for another purpose. I have an unfinished storage area I can move my workout equipment into. This area has lots of overhead pipes I need access to, and finishing it with drywall is not practical. Drop ceiling is not an option (even the ones that only drop it 1 1/2").
The home has a radiant heat system with boiler, so the insulation is there for those reasons although I have installed a geothermal system and don't utilize the radiant heat system any more. The basement is conditioned and has a vent in the unfinished area. I don't normally run the heat downstairs, and it stays around 65-68 degrees F.
The unfinished room has 1 1/2" foamboard insulation installed on the walls. It is glued to the concrete and taped at seams.
My concern is breathing the fiberglass dust from the exposed ceiling insulation while working out over time.
I am not wanting to create any kind of mold problems, but would like to staple fire retardant plastic over the exposed insulation to limit the insulation dust. Anyone see an issue with doing this? It is only for dust limiting. It will not be tightly stapled to make any kind of tight seal (maybe stapled every 6-8").
I have seen lots of similar questions but the seem to be in unconditioned basements.
I also could use Tyvek house wrap, but it is flammable and am not looking to break any fire codes. I saw Tyvek has a flame resistant version, but could only find it offered in the United Kingdom.
Thanks for any advice in advance.