Indoor Air Quality
Keep your office free from Sick Building Syndrome; test your Indoor Air Quality
Most Australian office employees spend more than 80% of their time indoors. It is extremely important therefore that buildings cater to their occupants by providing suitable indoor air quality.
Employers, building owners and managers are responsible for providing a healthy and safe working environment for all staff which includes those working within an indoor office environment.
The assessment of the indoor office environment and prevention of “sick building syndrome” is an aspect of occupational health and safety receiving increasing attention. A large array of chemical, biological and physical factors can affect the quality of the indoor office environment.
It is important that the correct assessment strategy is used for testing indoor air quality and all relevant parameters are analysed. Collected data must also be accurately interpreted. JTA provide a comprehensive service designed to assess the following range of factors that may influence the indoor office environment.
Primary indoor air quality indicators including:
Environmental tobacco smoke (EST) parameters including:
Collection of water samples from cooling tower systems analysed for microbial contamination.
Air-conditioning systems for the presence of contaminant accumulation (dust, asbestos, synthetic mineral fibre and biological hazards)
Ambient office noise levels
Office lighting levels
JTA’s team of specialists service all Australian cities including Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Darwin and Hobart, also now servicing New Zealand.
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Occupational Exposure Assessments
OHS Training Solutions
JTA produced an Occupational Hygiene strategic level plan for the Army charting the way forward for the next five years which was very well received.
Department of Defence
This project has allowed information and verification of potential health hazards to be gathered. This further enhances our knowledge and supports our continuous improvement philosophy.
Mobil Altona Refinery
JTA has been fantastic at learning our business, challenging our practices and working with us to come up with improved solutions. We are looking forward to many more successful projects.
Thank you for conducting the WorkHealth Checks. It was a very worthwhile process and staff appreciated the fact that we translated into real action, a free health and well-being service and initiative that showed care for their welfare.
Glenhuntly Primary School
The Noise Awareness Training was an eye opener. The presenter showed us great tricks on how to wear our PPE properly, explaining that hearing loss is serious and irreversible, causing other health issues. We really enjoyed it, and already see a positive workplace behaviour change.
R.S Conell & Sons Pty Ltd
On site Audiometric assessments were undertaken extremely proficiently and professionally by JTA. All tests were conducted in an efficient and courteous manner, with test results being provided to all attendees on the day and minimal impact on the daily production schedule.