How indoor air and environmental quality can contribute to a happy, healthy and more productive workforce
Legislation is in place to protect the workforce’s right to a safe workplace, and indoor air quality can’t go ignored any longer.
With 90 percent of our time spent indoors, there is an urgent need to properly understand the effect that air, lighting, noise and thermal comfort has on our mood.
For most employers, a happy, healthy workforce is a vital component of a productive and successful company and on average, cognitive scores are 61% higher in a Green building and 101% higher in a Wellness building.
Our Technical Director Dr David Glover discusses the importance of air quality in the workplace and how introducing legislation to improve and protect indoor environmental quality could reduce the £77bn lost each year to employee sickness.