Nowadays, employers are more aware than ever before on the impact that indoor air quality and indoor air pollution can have on employees. Inattention to the indoor air quality in a work place environment can result in sick building syndrome. Sick Building Syndrome has been defined by the United States Environmental Protection Agency as "cases in which building occupants experience acute health and comfort effects that are apparently linked to the time they spend in the building, but in which no specific illness or cause can be identified".
Once Sick Building Syndrome has developed, the most important step is to take decisive and immediate action. Management needs to be open about the steps they are taken to identify the scope and cause of the apparent Sick Building Syndrome. EEI has extensive experience in handling indoor air quality concerns for managers and business owners. EEI works with facility managers and business owners in determining if there is an indoor air quality problem or problems which are causing the reported Sick Building Syndrome. EEI then provides concise recommendations on how to address any air quality problems that were detected.
All actions and measures taken by EEI are then included in a report. This report includes an introduction which provides the background, and scope of work for the project. The next portion of the report provides an executive summary of the data collected along with a more detailed description of the results. Conclusions and recommendations based upon the data are also provided. The report also contains a complete description on how the data was collected, including a summary of the sampling and analytical techniques utilized. The final section delineates the quality assurance and quality control measures implemented to ensure accurate data. Finally, the report will include an Appendix containing support documentation for the project.
Whether your need is testing, disinfection or remedial services, EEI has the qualified staff on hand. No matter what time of day, EEI's full-time personnel are available. All of our field workers are OSHA certified, state licensed, and insured. With over 100 years of cumulative experience in the construction and consulting business, EEI's employees are adept at handling our client's needs in a timely and cost-effective manner. This commitment to our client's satisfaction is why many of our projects are with previously satisfied customers.