Most companies are aware that outdoor air pollution can affect the health of its employees. However, many do not realize that indoor air contamination can also have a significant effect. Studies from the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have indicated that indoor air pollutant concentrations can be significantly greater than concentrations observed outdoors. Comparative risk studies performed by the EPA and the Science Advisory Board have consistently ranked indoor air pollution among the top 5 environmental health risks.
Over the past several decades, exposure to indoor air pollutants has increased due to various factors: biological pollutants (bacteria, infectious diseases, insects, etc.); volatile organic compounds (VOCs); the construction of more tightly sealed buildings causing higher humidity which leads to mold formation; insufficient ventilation rates; synthetic building materials; and the use of chemically formulated personal care products, housekeeping supplies, and pesticides.
We are here to help.
Olivier Biodefense has the experience and track record of helping companies create, monitor, and maintain an Indoor Air Quality Program that is suited for the most challenging environment.
Part of our IAQ strategy includes:
Identifying IAQ concerns and issues from the building’s occupants and management.
Performing baseline tests to gather data on the current condition of the environment.
Determining the type and quantity of Synexis Biodefense Systems to utilize in occupied areas.
Measure and monitor by conducting quarterly building walk-through assessments along with surface and air testing.
Review and Update
Periodically reviewing and updating the IAQ Program based on the quarterly results of surface and air testing and feedback from occupants and management.
Olivier Biodefense also provides the following services per industry standards on an as-needed basis: