[KENT, 04/09/2020] – According to a 2017 survey by bicycle manufacturer Ribble Cycles, an average British person spends 92 per cent of their time indoors. If this holds true today, it’s a good step toward preventing the spread of the 2019 novel coronavirus or COVID-19.
However, the time people spend indoors also means that it’s important to pay attention to indoor air quality. This is true for people who spend a significant amount of time in their workplace, especially in an industrial setting. Often, gases, chemicals and other pollutants contaminate the air, compromising workers’ health.
Ensure industrial workplaces remain safe for employees with the help of Cleanair UK’s indoor air quality testing service.
Breathe Easier with Indoor Air Quality Testing
Cleanair UK’s comprehensive indoor air quality assessment identifies common indoor contaminants present in an industrial facility. Among the things they test are the workplace’s temperature, relative humidity and carbon monoxide and dioxide. The team will also conduct airborne fungal and bacterial analysis.
The team’s findings will then be compared to the occupational exposure limit, determining whether they are acceptable or not. This process will be followed by the issuance of recommendations on how to achieve satisfactory indoor air quality. Cleanair UK also offers deep cleaning services, making it easy for workplace managers to get all the services they need.
With assessments out of the way and professional recommendations given to the workplace manager, industrial settings in the UK can meet the latest HSE and industry guidelines while keeping their employees safe.
About Cleanair UK Ltd.
Cleanair UK is a Kent-based multi-disciplinary hygiene services contractor, offering a range of services for the commercial sector. Among their services are water treatment, fire risk assessment and indoor air quality testing. The company has worked with some of the leading commercial brands and establishments, from DIOR to Leeds Castle. Their services help all kinds of commercial establishments stay compliant with all current standards and regulations.
Learn more about Cleanair UK’s indoor air testing services today.