How Can A Ventilation Risk Assessment Help You?

To implement an efficient risk assessment for your ventilation system, you need first to identify the level of contamination inside it.

It is a requirement under the Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 that employers inspect their ventilation systems and clean them regularly.

Conducting regular risk assessments can help employers to identify whether the quality of their ventilation system is at an acceptable standard.

In a worst-case scenario, a contaminated ventilation system can be detrimental to not only the building occupants but also to your in-house business processes.

There is, however, an easy solution for poor ventilation – there is a way for you to clamp down on the negative impact of inefficient ventilation systems.

At Ductbusters, we can help you to put precautionary measures into action, to improve the quality of ventilation at your workplace.

One of these measures is risk assessments.

To perform a risk assessment on your ventilation system competently and effectively, you will need the help of a specialist.

Here at Ductbusters, our qualified team of surveyors and engineers possess unrivalled expertise when it comes to revamping ventilation systems.

 

How do we inspect ventilation systems?

We apply the use of cutting-edge inspection cameras, which enable us to record the internal condition of the ductwork systems.

Furthermore, through the help of our advanced camera technology, we can formulate an in-depth risk assessment report consisting of photographic evidence and marked drawings of your ductwork systems.

 

At Ductbusters, our surveyors are ready to work cooperatively with you through every step of the risk assessment. We are prepared to help you improve the air quality at your workplace.

Want to learn more about our highly-specialised risk assessment services? Get in touch with our team today to discuss your requirement.


< Back to Ductbusters News

News & Social Media

The Role of Air Handling Units in Hospitals

How ventilation systems can help those who suffer from Asthma, Hay fever and Underlying Lung Conditions

The Gourmets Sandwich Bar – A Case Study