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Under the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974, Workplace (Health, Safety & Welfare) Regulations and Occupier’s Liability Act 1984, all employers have duty of care to provide a safe, comfortable and healthy working environment.

Deba UK Ltd provides a range of air analysis and assessments that can be used to confirm that the air quality is being maintained at an acceptable hygienic and physical standard, as well as ensuring that the building complies with current legislation and guidelines – CIBSE Guide TM26, HVCA TR19, HSG 132, CIBSE Guide A and HTM03.01.

Our highly trained and experienced personnel are able to advise on a wide variety of services and installations that will address and resolve most air quality issues.

Air Hygiene Services include:


Deba UK surveys include the following:

AIR QUALITY MONITORING

Assessments of the occupied air space include:


These inspections identify critical environmental issues within the workplace, which can increase productivity, reduce sickness and absenteeism (so-called ‘Sick Building Syndrome’).

Findings are presented in electronic format (PDF), which can be emailed and, if expressly requested, it can be produced in a hard-backed ring binder report with the following information detailed:


Please contact us to discuss your specific requirements.

Air Handling Unit

Carbon Dioxide
Unusually high carbon dioxide levels may cause drowsiness and headaches and reduced productivity in occupants.

Carbon Monoxide
One of the most toxic indoor air contaminants, common sources of carbon monoxide are tobacco smoke, space heaters using fossil fuels, defective central heating furnaces and automobile exhaust. High levels of carbon monoxide can lead to nausea, unconsciousness and death.

Moulds and Bacteria
The primary hazard of mould in indoor air quality is the triggering of asthmatic attacks in susceptible persons. The monitoring of humidity levels will inhibit the likelihood of mould growth.