70% of Employees Complain About Poor Air Quality in Their Office Why?

Are the Effects of Mold Affecting Your Employees?

Are the Effects of Mold Affecting Your Employees?

Is your job making you sick? If it is, you’re not alone. A survey by YouGov finds that about 70 percent of office workers across Britain believe their place of work has indoor air pollution that is having an adverse effect on their productivity.

Approximately one third of office workers feel poor indoor air quality at work is making them sick. Numbers are similar in North America. Sixty percent of workers say they begin their workday by opening a window to get fresh air. However, opening a window isn’t solving the problem.

Employer responsibilities

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), employers must adhere to the General Duty Clause of the OSHAct. It requires employers provide a safe place to work free of any known hazards that may cause serious illness, injury, or death.

The OSHAct establishes health standards that all employers must follow. If there is a problem with the air quality of an office, the employer should make employees aware of the issue and take corrective action. Local and state regulations may also apply.

NJ mold removal in buildings

Moisture problems can cause “sick building syndrome” in offices. The symptoms may include headache, itchy skin, dry eyes, nose, and throat, and fatigue. Mold spores are too small for people to see but they can trigger asthma attacks and allergic reactions.

Mold issues can be easily remedied with the MoldExterm method of treatment. It takes significantly less time than traditional NJ mold removal in buildings. Most treatments can be completed in one day and come with up to a five-year guarantee. Contact Stern Mold today for a free consultation and mold inspection.

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