When employees in an Antigua office building reported extreme fatigue, headache and respiratory distress, the Antigua government contacted Dr. Richard M. Lynch, Ph.D., CIH to investigate. Lynch interviewed employees, collected air quality measurements, mold and chemical samples and conducted an HVAC assessment to aid the employer in determining any potential building-related conditions.
The findings from the investigation highlight the major causes of Sick Building Syndrome and Building Related Illness which are commonly encountered, as well as some unique building management practices particular to that area.
Factors that commonly impact air quality include:
- Fresh Air Supply
- Chemical Contaminants from indoor and outdoor sources
- Microbiological Contamination
- Temperature and Humidity Control
This investigation provided new insights into the cause of building related air quality concerns and reinforced fundamental principles for managing air quality for our U.S. client base. Our experience with this evaluation advances our capabilities in addressing air quality concerns for our clients here in the U.S.
We consider it to have been an honor and privilege to be trusted to address this important issue for this client, and we look forward to assisting you with any air quality or building related illness concerns.
Please contact me with any questions or if you require any of the following:
- Air Quality Testing
- Mold Testing
- Mold Clean-up Contractor Oversight
- OSHA/PEOSHA Compliance Support
- Fire, Water or Flood Damage Assessments
- Legionella and Water Quality Sampling
- Healthcare Infection Control or Facilities Support
Call 856-764-3557 or email Dr. Lynch Today!