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We have health and safety professionals who can assess and test the indoor air quality, and where ventilation rates are insufficient, our mechanical and electrical engineers can design and manage the system upgrades.

Poor indoor air quality (IAQ) can be a factor in Sick Building Syndrome (SBS) which can create a range of symptoms for building occupants, including:

  • eye, nose and throat irritation;
  • sensation of dry mucous membranes and skin;
  • hoarseness, wheezing, coughs and frequent respiratory infections;
  • skin rash and itching;
  • headaches and mental fatigue; and
  • nausea and dizziness.

There is a particularly high incidence in certain types of buildings, especially offices which are sealed and mechanically ventilated or air-conditioned.

Ensuring good air quality is also important during the Covid-19 pandemic.

(Contains public sector information published by the Health and Safety Executive and licensed under the Open Government Licence).

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