Air quality may have improved while people have stayed at home, walked more and travelled less during the coronavirus pandemic, but, as the world gets ready to restart, harmful levels of pollution in our towns and cities will begin to rise again. But have you ever thought about how this air can permeate through to the indoor environment and affect the health and well-being of those inside?
Category: Health and Safety
As the UK takes the first steps out of lockdown, many businesses and industries are beginning to restart. However, as we move into this next phase and premises begin to reopen, is important to consider the new health and safety risks that businesses might face.
For Men’s Health Week (15-21 June), RSK caught up with some of our male employees to find out how they are looking after their health during lockdown.
With many businesses trying to get back to some sort of (new) normal, offices and buildings that have been unoccupied or on heavily reduced occupancy will be seeing a higher footprint in the coming weeks and months. Ensuring water systems are safe before employees return is essential.