Indoor Air Quality Assessments

 

As the UK’s market-leading supplier of hazardous substances testing, inspection and consultancy services, our experienced Environmental Assessment Consultants are trusted to provide you with a reliable and complete Indoor Air Quality Assessment.

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Health and Safety Risk Assessment Template

Risk Assessments are part of the risk management process and are included in the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations. A Risk Assessment is a process of identifying what hazards currently exist or may appear in the workplace. Utilise our Risk Assessment PDF example and template to help conduct your own Risk Assessment.

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What is an Indoor Air Quality Assessment?

During the lifespan of buildings there are constant challenges to achieve and maintain optimum system performance while providing clean, compliant and hygienic indoor environments for the health and well-being of building users.

Why do I need an Indoor Air Quality Assessment?

The quality of air in both indoor and outdoor environments is critical to the mental and physical health of your building users. Sampling and air quality assessments should be undertaken to determine the quality of air in an occupied area and/or workplace.

What is included in an Indoor Air Quality Assessment from Lucion?

Our Environmental Assessment Team provides a broad range of proactive indoor air quality monitoring services as well as a reactive response to indoor air quality problems in occupied buildings. Our specialist indoor air quality services include:

  • Indoor Air Quality Monitoring
  • Indoor Air Quality Investigations
  • Dust Monitoring
  • Data Centre Environmental Testing
  • Ventilation System Cleanliness Inspections
  • Clean Room Testing
  • Local Exhaust Ventilation (LEV) Testing
  • HTM03-01 Healthcare Ventilation System Verification & Validation

What are my responsibilities?

Whilst there is no specific legal requirement for employers to conduct Indoor Air Quality Assessments, there are a wealth of regulations relating to a multitude of legal requirements placed on employers to ensure employees within their buildings are protected against unnecessary exposures to harmful and toxic substance and air borne fibres.

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