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Can you be sure your indoor air quality is up to scratch?
Poor air quality can affect workers' productivity and wellbeing. Regular monitoring and testing can identify particular issues and enable solutions to be implemented. Thousands of days' work are lost every year through sickness caused by poor indoor air quality, it makes sense to make sure your air is as good as it can be.
Want to make sure the quality of your indoor air is, and remains, the optimum for staff wellbeing and productivity?
Strange odour? Staff member complaint or illness? Need someone qualified to investigate, diagnose and help rectify?
Do you have a specialist workplace which presents particular risks to workers' health?
Coronavirus has impacted every part of our lives and has sparked a significantly increased interest in good indoor air quality. Indoor air quality has always been a factor in creating and maintaining a healthy, safe and productive workplace environment so as people return to the office, start to go shopping or resume other leisure activities (it’s easy to forget that these buildings are also workplaces) it is quite rightly under the spotlight.
Reflecting customer needs and the overall knowledge of indoor air quality as a concept, we have enhanced our ‘Basic5’ surveys into the ‘Standard6’.