Training Indoor air quality and health in tertiary buildings
Health and productivity of staff?
Air quality in tertiary buildings
In some working environments, air quality is ill- known, especially in office buildings, whereas many contaminants are present. Their effects on the health and the comfort of occupiers as well as on their productivity and their absenteeism lead to know their sources, to eliminate them or to treat them.
The objectives of the training- Knowing the main indoor air pollutants and their health impact
- Identifying the pollution sources in tertiary buildings
- Knowing the regulatory and normative framework, the "Grenelle"
- Apprehending the tools for air quality diagnosis
- Discovering the solutions to reduce risks
A workshop-trainingBy case study and the presentation of diagnosis instruments as well as technical solutions, the participants will get tools to act. The maximum number of attendees limited to fifteen allows a real exchange of views about cases and a share of good practices.
An air quality expert speakerThe intervention of partners, experts in their field, implies content that is a wealth of innovations and the fruit of recent researches as well as serious answers to the questions being asked.
Date and place:
June 4, 2013 from 9 to 5:30 pm in Paris
This CO2, humidity and temperature logger meets the requirements of the French decree n°2012-14 concerning the monitoring of the indoor air quality of public opened buildings. It allows stuffy air
Its CO2 calibration is simple and quick.
Health risk for employees
Health, work and well-being are closely and powerfully linked and need to be addressed together. Preventing health risk for employees leads to enhance productivity.
Indoor air guidelines for public access buildings
Public access buildings have indoor air guidelines for three pollutants: formaldehyde, benzene and carbon dioxide.
Indoor air emissions
This IAQ labelling involves the manufacturers, the importers and the distributors of the products as well as contractors in France.