Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)

What is Indoor Air Quality?

Definition of Indoor Air

The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) defines indoor air as air within a building occupied for at least one hour by people of varying states of health. This can include the office, classroom, transport facility, shopping centre, hospital and home. Indoor air quality can be defined as the totality of attributes of indoor air that affect a person’s health and well-being.

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Assessment

In our lifetimes, we each spend thousands of hours at the workplace. Poor-quality indoor air can cause major health problems, such as allergies and respiratory diseases. And even the minor ailments, such as fatigue, headache and skin & eye irritation, can cause discomfort and distraction that can ultimately lead to lower productivity. If you want a more proactive approach to provide your employees with a healthy working environment, we can help you by conducting IAQ assessments and offering practical and innovative solutions to suit your workplace.

Our indoor air quality testing and monitoring services are delivered by highly qualified experts who combine the latest high performance real-time indoor air testing instrumentation with data logging capability and laboratory analysis techniques to help identify air quality from temperature and humidity through to potential atmospheric contaminants such as carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, particulate matters and VOCs aiming to improve the quality of internal dwelling and working environments and the health and well-being of the occupants.

Potential Causes of Indoor Air Quality Problems

  • Indoor pollutant and contaminant sources emitting volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and formaldehyde
  • Indoor heating systems such as gas heaters and wood-fired fireplaces in residential buildings
  • External pollution sources such as vehicle exhaust fumes, bushfires, and plumbing vents
  • Ineffective ventilation systems and inadequate for the number of people occupying a building
  • Biological contaminants such as mould, bacteria, dust mites and pest droppings

The Benefits of a Cleaner, Healthier Indoor Environment

The healthier the environment in your office, school or workplace is, the healthier the people in that environment will be which will result in higher efficiency and work satisfaction. It is only by identifying the risks and causes of poor air quality that real improvements can be achieved. Reduce absenteeism, workplace illness, lethargy and instances of poor work performance by paying closer attention to air quality now. Investing in a professional air quality assessment is like investing in the health of your business and your employees.

Contact Trinitas Group today to find out more about our expert indoor air quality testing, monitoring and solutions and how we can help improve workplace health and well-being, employee comfort, attendance and productivity. We can provide advice and full support to help you identify the most appropriate strategies for managing your indoor air quality issues.

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