Health concerns resulting from exposure in work and non-work environments are defined as Sick Building Syndrome (SBS) and Building Related Illness (BRI). The ability to identify the symptoms and conditions related Indoor Air Quality and Mold hazards allows for rapid, efficient, safe and cost effective remedies to be implemented. CES licensed professionals locate sources of existing air quality problems, mitigate these problems and establish an effective program to ensure a safe indoor environment.
In the process of conducting indoor air quality investigations within facilities of all types, CES identifies typical problem areas for evaluation:
CES performs comprehensive ventilation system evaluations of existing air systems to determine its performance. Inadequate maintenance, mechanical or design problems, and renovations performed without thought to air distribution and circulation are often the culprits in HVAC system malfunctions. Recommendations tailored to existing systems or specifications for new systems are provided as needed. All heating and ventilation system evaluations are carried out in accordance with American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienist (ACGIH) guidelines as outlined in the latest edition of Industrial Ventilation Manual of Recommended Practice ASHRAE or other applicable standards.
The professionals at CES are helping to solve our client’s indoor air quality problems to ensure a safe and healthy work place or residence.