Air Quality at Work – The Legislation and What it Means to Your Business 

Maintaining a healthy work environment goes beyond the people you’re around and your physical surroundings – it extends to the air we breathe. The quality of indoor air in workplaces can significantly impact employee health, productivity, and overall well-being. Understanding the legislation surrounding indoor air quality is not only a legal obligation but a critical step towards creating a thriving workplace. In this blog post, we delve into the world of air quality regulations and what they mean for your business. 

Health and Safety Executive (HSE) 

In the United Kingdom, the Health and Safety Executive takes centre stage when it comes to indoor air quality regulations. Their role involves setting and enforcing standards to safeguard employees from exposure to harmful indoor air pollutants. This includes defining permissible exposure limits for various pollutants like volatile organic compounds, carbon monoxide, and more. 

Navigating Indoor Air Quality Regulations 

Specific regulations such as the CoSHH and Indoor Air Quality Regulations outline the requirements for monitoring and controlling indoor air pollutants in commercial/industrial and public buildings. Nitrogen dioxide, particulate matter, formaldehyde, and benzene are some of many hundreds of the pollutants covered under these regulations. 

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