Indoor Air Quality can be affected by:
- Gases (example: carbon monoxide)
- Mold & Bacteria
- Microbial Contaminants
Determination of indoor air quality involves the collection of air samples, monitoring human exposure to pollutants, collection of samples on building surfaces, and computer modelling of air flow inside buildings.
Have you noticed your employee’s lacking in their work ethic lately? Not because they are lazy, but it is possible that their low productivity and absenteeism are often the result of poor air quality within your building. These are not the only problems that employers face if indoor air quality is not adequate. Your business is at risk because if there is poor air quality within the environment and your employees become sick because of it, higher health-care costs and liability exposure are other potential threats to you as a business owner.
It is important for you as a business owner, or building owner, to contact ProActive Environmental. A qualified industrial hygienist will come out and can help determine if the environment inside is causing health problems, and what next steps you should take to fixing this problem. If you are looking for a cost-effective, reliable and professional consultant team for any type of market, contact Jeff Bodell at 917-620-5546 or firstname.lastname@example.org.