The workplace is the main source of exposure to potentially harmful substances and pollutants – mainly air pollution, toxic chemicals and dust.
The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that there are 3.2 million deaths worldwide have been attributed to airborne pollution in the past 10 years. It is the main cause of morbidity and mortality throughout the world. On the WHO list of all the risk factors which can be directly responsible for deaths, air pollution has become the 10th leading risk factor.
The indoor air quality of commercial properties is a growing concern and many commercial buildings suffer from poor indoor air quality (IAQ). The IAQ of the building is the sum of its separate components: temperature, humidity, carbon Dioxide, ozone, radon, microbial concentration, and particulates. Many commercial buildings experience a range of IAQ deficiencies ranging from poor climate due to hot, humid summer conditions to unhealthy concentrations of radon, microbial and particulate contamination.
Take care of what most important to you.
Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) can make or break a business. With Robinson Service Experts, you can feel confident that your air will be clean and safe.
Employees and customers are your most valued asset, let them know you care by implementing Indoor air quality procedures from Robinson Service Experts and have peace of mind knowing your most valued assets are safe from airborne contaminants.
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