Sick Building Syndrome (SBS) is a physical condition that seems to be the result of poor indoor air quality. Causes include the presence of mold and microbial, bad ventilation, as well as chemical and biological contamination. Exposure to these contaminants could result in symptoms such as sensory irritation of the eyes, nose, or throat, skin irritation, hypersensitivity, as well as odor and taste sensations.
A study conducted by the World Health Organization revealed that up to 30% of new and remodeled buildings could be linked to Sick Building Syndrome.
If you are an employee and fear that your workplace is contaminated by Sick Building Syndrome, don’t hesitate to contact AirQualityTesting.ca. Similarly, if you are an employer and have concerns that your building might be causing Sick Building Syndrome among your employees, please contact AirQualityTest.ca for an inspection.
The inspection doesn’t cost much, but it could prevent major problems in the future.