Why is indoor air quality important?
Poor air quality in your building can affect the health, wellbeing and the productivity of your workforce or occupants. It can lead to ‘sick building syndrome’ which can pose significant health hazards.
To understand any potential indoor air quality issues requires specialist monitoring.
Comparing these monitoring results against health and safety standards will then help you identify and mitigate for any air quality issues found.
We have a range of monitoring services which can help you understand and manage indoor air quality in your building.
Our key services include:
continuous CO2 monitoring
continuous VOC monitoring
identification of which VOCs are present (some are more harmful than others)
interpretative risk assessment against occupational health standards
recommendations on mitigations options
Benefits to your project
By using our services, we can help you:
ensure your occupants or workforce are safe from both acute and chronic health risks
provide you with evidence and reassurance you are meeting your legal obligations
identify potential health and safety liabilities
identify improvements to mitigate any air quality issues present
Want to know more? Then feel free to get in touch.