The quality of the workplace environment has a proven impact on the health, wellbeing and performance of occupants. Ensuring a healthy environment improves the occupant experience and increases productivity, while enabling buildings to be operated efficiently.
Why does Wellness matter for the Government sector?
£77bn cost to the UK economy due to absenteeism and presenteeism
A Guardian exclusive report which revealed 802 UK schools, nurseries and colleges – out of 3,261 – are located within 150 metres of areas where levels of nitrogen dioxide breach EU legal limits.
Research by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) shows that the average UK worker is 36% less productive than a German worker and 30% less productive than a French worker on a GDP per hour worked.
Applicable Environment Monitoring system
Our sensors are small, battery-powered and non-intrusive.
The following parameters are measured:
• Temperature (of air, dry-bulb, oC)
• Humidity (relative, %)
• Light level (lx)
• CO2 level (ppm)
• PM 1, 2.5, 10 (μg/m3)
• VOC (total, ppb)
Higher employee satisfaction → better performance → improved productivity
Reduced absenteeism and ‘presenteeism’ due to cognitive impairment in unsuitable or poorly ventilated indoor environments
Increased staff retention and ability to attract new employees due to better engagement and satisfaction