Indoor Air Quality Services
Workers desire healthy and comfortable working conditions and when these conditions are not met, job satisfaction, productivity and health may be compromised. The quality of air inside the building has a direct impact on the health and wellbeing of occupants, sometimes called “Sick Building Syndrome”.
Some of the most common problems with indoor air quality include:
- Poorly designed HVAC system
- HVAC maintenance issues
- Airtight ‘energy efficient’ building retro-fits
- Mould growth
- Improper local ventilation to exhaust contaminants
- Outside contaminant infiltration
At SCS, we understand how healthy, clean air can have a positive impact on your office and work environment. Our trained industrial hygiene professionals have over 12 years of experience recognizing, evaluating and recommending controls to improve your indoor air quality.
Professional services include:
- General IAQ Parameters (Temperature, Relative Humidity, CO2, CO)
- Respirable Suspended Particulates
- Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)
- Ventilation assessments
- Recommendations for improvement
Indoor air quality monitoring is carried out in accordance with the Health Canada publication Indoor Air Quality in Office Buildings: A Technical Guide (1995), the Alberta Infrastructure document Indoor Air Quality Guideline (August 2003), the Alberta Occupational Health and Safety document Indoor Air Quality Tool Kit (August 2009), among others, and with current industrial/occupational hygiene practices.
For more information, please contact:
Ted Letourneau, B.Sc., EP
Group Lead, Industrial Hygiene Division
Phone: (780) 485-3585