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Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)Posted 26th November 2015, Carl Strautins
Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)
The majority of a workers time is spent indoor, so it is essential that the indoor environment and air quality provides a happy, healthy working environment. Air monitoring indoor air quality can provide information to ensure well being of indoor occupants including:
- Carbon monoxide (CO)
- Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
- Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC)
- Ozone (O3)
- Biological Contaminants including mold & Legionella
For further information on Indoor Air Quality assessments and occupational hygiene walkthrough surveys, please contact Safe Environments in our Sydney or Melbourne office listed below.
Phone 02 9621 3706
Unit 4, 40 Bessemer Street
Blacktown NSW 2148
Phone 03 9604 0700
Level 7, 552 Lonsdale Street
Melbourne Victoria 3000
Indoor Air Quality News
Welding Fume Exposure – 21 January 2012
The health effects of welding fume can vary considerably. This is due to the health effects being dependant on the particular metal, fluxes and cleaning agents that may be present within the welding process. State Workplace Health and Safety Regulations require the airborne concentration of welding fume does not exceed the exposure standard for each constituent of the welding fume by conducting air quality monitoring to AS 3640.
Air Quality Testing for Compressed Air & Cylinders – 30 April 2012
Breathing air quality testing to AS 1715:2009 Appendix A for workers using compressed air line or cylinder respirators provides reassurance that the air they are breathing is adequately safe in their harsh working environments.