Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Testing
The indoor air quality in a building refers to a variety of issues where people can find particular elements affecting their health and comfort where they work, study or spend a considerable amount of time.
There are a wide range of factors that can be measured to determine the potential sources of the problem relating to indoor air quality. These parameters can include temperature, humidity, carbon dioxide, ozone, dust, microbiological, volatile organic compounds (VOC), ventilation levels and light intensity.
We can create a bespoke plan of air quality testing and investigation that is based on the comments that you and your workers revealed in our initial telephone discussion. The report provides you with practical ways to improve the air environment in your workplace and should reassure your staff that you are looking after their health and wellbeing, with the added benefits of improved productivity.
Get in touch with Workplace Exposure, either give us a call on 0800 6894386, or fill in our enquiry form to discuss your monitoring or consultancy requirements
We will then provide you with a no obligation proposal; we can often give an initial idea of fees whilst we discuss your needs
Once you’ve accepted our proposal we can then schedule the work
Following our site visit we’ll provide you with a comprehensive report giving you advice, recommendations for action and practical control measures where appropriate
Implement the outcomes for compliance and a happier healthier, and more productive workplace.