Awareness of building environments and the effects on occupants is supported by legislation and guidance to reduce the impact on health and productivity. By carrying out environmental tests on your building, shortfalls and issues can be identified and improved upon, giving employees, students and patients the best opportunity to gain the benefits of a healthy environment.
Maintain a high level of building health and safety performance by providing an awareness of how it impacts upon the business, resulting in a more efficient environment that will increase employee health and wellbeing within the workplace.
An Occupant Survey is carried out by individuals online and is specifically designed to reveal symptoms and trends of poor health and wellbeing relating to the building environment. Following the survey, a full report is provided for building managers, highlighting the positives and negatives and recommendations on how to make improvements.
Air Quality Testing
High exposure to airborne pollutants is proven to have negative effects on the health and productivity of building occupants. Air quality testing carried out in occupied spaces measures pollutant levels of Particulate Matter (PM10 and PM2.5), Nitrogen Dioxide, Sulphur Dioxide, Ozone, VOCs and Carbon Dioxide. A full report will highlight any areas of concern and offer guidance on improvements that could be implemented.
- Care Homes
A Ventilation Inspection looks at the design and maintenance regimes of ducted air systems in buildings.
Inspections include checking the systems are meeting building regulations for
occupant air supply and also that the air being supplied is clean
and filtered to the latest European Standards.
Environment Assessments report on work space design including layout, lighting, temperature and noise. Cluttered, noisy and dull
work spaces directly affect the ability of occupants to perform at their best. A full report will highlight both the good and the bad,
and offer suggestions on how to improve the environment.