|Indoor Air Quality Assessments: Since poor ventilation, temperature and humidity
control are the root causes of many IEQ complaints, adherence to proper standards
makes sound business sense.
Water Damage, Moisture and Mold Assessments: We are all exposed to low levels
of mold, bacteria and pollen on a daily basis. The low levels of molds that are routinely
encountered are not hazardous to healthy individuals. However, active mold growth in
commercial buildings or homes is not normal and should be eliminated by applying
current “best practices”.
ASHRAE Evaluations: The standards developed by the American Society of Heating,
Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) are developed based on
sound business practices and modern science. These standards are very useful in
achieving optimal indoor indoor environmental quality and HVAC system safety.
Claims Guidance: Handling claims filed by workers or facility visitors requires
experience in claims management and industrial hygiene. Given today’s legal climate
you need to address these claims quickly and effectively.
Noise Measurement and Control: Process equipment, engineering controls and
HVAC systems can create noise complaints from employees or plant neighbors.
Accurate measurement and proper engineering controls are needed to ensure
compliance with federal, state and local requirements.
Lighting Evaluations: Proper facility, process and workstation lighting are critical to
both quality, productivity and employee safety. Proper lighting is also an important
part of a sound ergonomics program.