We spend a lot of time indoors and air quality can play a major part in the health, comfort and well-being of employees on a daily basis.
Poor air quality can often be linked to headaches, eye, nose or throat irritation, dry skin, tiredness, lack of concentration etc. and in some severe cases, breathing diﬃculties, dizziness, and nausea.
Our occupational hygiene team can carry out an assessment of the indoor air quality within your office environment, monitoring for a wide range of parameters that may be aﬀecting staﬀ, these can include temperature, humidity, airﬂow, carbon dioxide, organic vapours etc.
On completion of the indoor air quality assessment a detailed report will be produced incorporating, measurement data, observations, and where appropriate recommendations, to improve the working environment.