Good indoor air quality is vital to the health and well-being of your employees. Assessing the quality of your air system is the first step to ensuring your meet your duty of care regarding your people.
APC Air Quality Assessments include:
- Measurement of thermal comfort, which incorporates air temperature, relative humidity, and air velocities within the occupied areas. These are compared with established acceptable levels.
- Carbon dioxide levels within the working environment which would give an indication as to whether the fresh air rate supplied is in sufficient quantity to remove unpleasant odours and other internally generated pollutants
- Noxious gases such as carbon monoxide, ozone and formaldehyde
- Measurement of airborne particulate levels within the workplace. Comparison with acceptable levels and between various locations within the same building.
- Airborne bacteria and fungal contamination levels within the workplace
- Increase in absenteeism and staff turnover
- Reduction is staff efficiency
- Reduced staff morale
- Increase cost of managing complaints