Protect Your Employees from the
Health Dangers of Bird Droppings Associated with Building HVAC Hygiene
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, poor indoor air quality inside offices, schools, and other workplaces has been tied to symptoms like headaches, fatigue, trouble concentrating, and irritation of the eyes, nose, throat, and lungs; and some specific diseases have been linked to specific air contaminants or indoor environments, like asthma with damp indoor environments. Poor indoor air quality and the health dangers associated can be a result of poor HVAC hygiene.
Health dangers of bird droppings associated with HVAC hygiene
Serious health risks arise from disease organisms that can grow in the nutrient-rich accumulations of bird droppings, feathers, and debris because they harbor numerous human pathogens. Transmissible bird diseases that can have health danger implications include:
How to Protect Your Employees from the Health Dangers of Bird Droppings Associated with HVAC Hygiene:
Did you know? Around 5-10 percent of the population get the bird flu every year. - Netdoctor
- Reduce the health dangers associated with poor hvac hygiene investigating accumulations of organic material in or near HVAC air intakes.
- Check the system's HVAC hygiene by inspecting for odors.
- Reduce health dangers by establishing an IAQ (indoor air quality) point-person. This is the person responsible for scheduling mold inspections, estimates, and remediation projects; air duct, dryer vent, and coil cleanings; and water damage estimates and mitigation projects. This person should also pay attention to the air duct system's HVAC hygiene. Typically, these responsibilities fall to the company's Facilities Manager; but if you work in a rented workspace, the building owner most likely has delegated this role to a Property Manager.
If you find a HVAC Hygiene problem, work side-by-side with your IAQ point-person
to contact a certified environmental services company, reducing health dangers.
AdvantaClean works with a variety of commercial building owners,
property managers, and facilities managers to develop customized programs that help minimize the health dangers associated with poor HVAC hygiene. Our indoor air quality experts also manage all environmental and IAQ needs.
Contact the AdvantaClean commercial services teamat 800.282.2663 to talk to one of our commercial services team members today.
- If you find a HVAC Hygiene problem, work side-by-side with your IAQ point-person to contact a certified environmental services company, reducing health dangers. AdvantaClean works with a variety of commercial building owners,