Office Air Quality Monitoring

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Office Air Quality Monitoring

What is office air quality and why is monitoring necessary?

Office air quality refers to the quality of air within a building and affects the health, comfort, and well-being of the building occupants. Typical health effects related to poor office air quality may include irritation of the eyes, nose and throat, headaches, dizziness, and fatigue. Poor office air quality can lead to loss of productivity and an increase in worker absenteeism due to sickness.
Thus, office air quality assessments are necessary to determine the quality of air in indoor work environments and what means are necessary to improve it.
Indoor pollutants that are typically monitored during office air quality assessments include carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, solvents, ozone, formaldehyde, vehicle fumes, fungi, and bacteria. In addition to indoor pollutants, other factors are also assessed which include air flow, fresh air supply, temperature, and relative humidity.
Office Air Quality Monitoring

Why use Chemsafety for office air quality monitoring?

We will come to you to assess your specific situation and tailor a monitoring package to suit to identify problem areas.

We use our range of data-loggers, anemometers, and air sampling equipment to measure the parameters identified in our assessment. Our plain language report will provide you with the monitoring results and compare these with the relevant guideline standards and practical experience.

Our reports remove the subjective uncertainty regarding your air quality and are the ideal basis for constructive discussions with staff, ventilation engineers, landlords, or tenants.

Office Air Quality Monitoring