How does indoor air quality affect employees in New Delhi?
A healthy workplace must have proper HVAC system which monitors the environment around people working in the premises.
People working in buildings with poor Indoor Air Quality and long-term air pollution exposure may notice unpleasant odour or may feel that the environment is uncomfortable on daily basis. Some employees complain about symptoms that are seen only during the working hours and disappear once they leave the premises.
Fever, cough, and shortness of breath can be some serious problems of Particulate Matter 2.5 pollution, called as Particulate pollution. Asthma and some diseases linked to pneumonia (for example, Legionnaires’ Disease and Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis) occur due to Indoor Air Quality problems caused by this particulate pollution, as found by air and emission studies. Good building management and ambient air monitoring must be taken into consideration.
Air Monitoring helps achieve a healthy environment for your home and office
Identifying the potential sources of air pollution and air testing is an important step to ensure healthy working conditions in your environment. Our environment and air testing laboratories conduct Air sampling and testing as per latest technologies and International Standards such as OSHA and NIOSH to ensure accurate results and monitoring the air quality.