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airmid healthgroup hosts a seminar on "Indoor Air Exposure in the Workplace and Legal Compliance
The Health Friendly Air division of airmid healthgroup are delighted to have been invited to host a seminar entitled “Indoor Air Exposure in the Workplace and Legal Compliance” on Thursday 19th September at our facilities in the Trinity Enterprise Campus in Dublin. The event is being organised by the Ireland branch of IOSH (Institution of Occupational Safety & Health), the largest health and safety membership organisation in the world.
The World Health Organisation estimates that one building in four has an indoor air quality problem. People spend a large part of their life indoors; therefore clean air in the indoor environment is an essential determinant of health and well-being. Understanding the composition of airborne pollutants is a first step in identifying the actions necessary to avoid and reduce their adverse impacts on health. According to WHO, public health awareness of indoor air pollution has lagged behind that of outdoor air pollution.
This seminar will set out how our specialist organisation of medical, occupational health & hygiene professionals, and scientists, audit and monitor the parameters in indoor air most likely to adversely impact on human health in the workplace.
To attend this free event, please contact IOSH directly at the IOSH Website
Contact Graeme Tarbox if you have any questions about the issues raised in this blog and how we can add value to your company: firstname.lastname@example.org or +353 (0)1 633 6820
About health friendly airTM
The Health Friendly Air Division of airmid healthgroup is an organisation of medical specialists, occupational health & hygiene professionals and scientists who audit and monitor the parameters in indoor air most likely to adversely impact on human health. The aim of these services is to protect health and mitigate organisational risk. The integrated approach helps ensure optimum health, productivity and legal compliance through:
- Indoor Air Quality Testing
- Investigations of complaints of indoor air quality issues (sick building syndrome)
- Ventilation System Hygiene Assessments with biological sampling
- Air and Surface Sampling for Mould, Bacteria and Allergens
- Chemical Risk Assessments and Exposure Monitoring for dusts, fumes, gases and vapours
- Noise and Light Assessments
- Home Testing Kits to assess House Dust Mite Exposure