Indoor Air Quality
Depending on the processes involved in manufacturing or other work-related tasks, the air your employees breathe can become polluted with contaminants that pose serious health risks, especially those employees who work indoors. Indoor air quality (IAQ) is a major concern for many companies. According to OSHA, poor IAQ has been
inked to symptoms like headaches, fatigue, trouble concentrating, and irritation of the eyes, nose, throat and lungs as well as being associated with some specific diseases.
The first step in identifying the quality of your company’s indoor air is to perform air monitoring to determine whether any contaminants are present in your employees’ work area(s) and if so, whether their concentrations in the air are within acceptable regulatory limits.
Safety Training & Environmental Protection, LLC can do this for you. Our staff of industrial hygiene professionals are here to discuss your specific needs and design a plan for monitoring and action (where needed).