Mould is a threat to indoor air quality in both homes and workplaces. It can trigger existing health conditions or cause allergic or respiratory reactions. Contaminated air in workplaces is often responsible for symptoms such as sinus, eye and throat irritation, asthma and fatigue. Mould growth can also threaten the structural integrity of buildings, especially where there has been water damage due to extreme weather conditions.
Our Mould Inspection & Analysis Service protects the health of your workers from compromised indoor air quality and safeguards your buildings from major damage. We have expert Occupational Hygienists who are highly experienced and knowledgeable in identifying and managing mould and moisture problems and will provide long term solutions.
Whilst WHS/OHS legislation can vary significantly between Australian States and Territories, the bottom line is that employers have a responsibility to eliminate or minimise health and safety risks to their employees. Taking the necessary steps to create a safe workplace will maximise staff productivity while minimising the spread of sickness and disease.
Read our case study on Indoor Air Quality Assessment at the Shelford Girls’ Grammar School Early Learning Centre.
Read the article about Current Australian Weather Trends and the Threat of Mould.