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  • Navigating the Landscape of Workplace Health: A Look at Recent Guidelines and Standards

    Overview of Legal Requirements, Guidelines, Standard Specification and Green Air Monitoring Services

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  • Average humidity levels of less than 38% increase risk of upper respiratory symptoms

    A recently released study published in Indoor Air Journal from Japan, has found significant evidence that average humidity levels of less than 38% showed an increased risk of upper respiratory symptoms.

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  • If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it

    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.

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  • ‘Standard6’ indoor air quality survey

    Reflecting customer needs and the overall knowledge of indoor air quality as a concept, we have enhanced our ‘Basic5’ surveys into the ‘Standard6’.

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  • Next version of the WELL Building Standard –WELL v2

    The International Well Building Institute (IWBI) has recently launched its next version of the WELL Building Standard –WELL v2.

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  • WELL Building Standard

    The WELL Building Standard is gaining popularity among developers to demonstrate that an office workplace new build is conducive to a healthy work environment that supports and promotes staff wellbeing.

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  • Growing Occupational Hygiene Monitoring Solutions

    Green Air Monitoring’s occupational hygiene monitoring solutions grows ever wider with a variety of new commissions.

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  • The Importance of Healthy Classroom Environments

    A good classroom environments are important to allow effective education. It has always been important, but is now gaining a higher profile with teaching staff, school governors and also students alike.

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  • Help us develop the next generation of Indoor Air Quality Sensor

    We’re excited to be designing a new generation of Indoor Air Quality Sensor. However we want to get your feedback to make sure we design a product that meets the needs of high-end home users or small business users who we think aren’t catered for.

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  • New website launched

    Green Air Monitoring are pleased to announce our new website. To reflect the continued growth of the company, it’s brighter, fresher and more informative on both the company and air quality issues – we hope you agree.

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