Indoor Air Quality is the impact of interior contaminant on the air we breathe and its effect on human wellness and productivity in today’s home, school and workplace. Indoor air pollution is one of the world’s largest environment health treats. According to the World Health Organization, poor Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) affects 30% of public buildings. The concentration of indoor airborne pollutant is often two to five times higher than outdoor concentration, and we spend 90% of our time indoors.

Dian Permata has its competent persons and possesses a licenses for monitoring, reporting & submission of Indoor Air Quality report that comply with the Occupational Safety & Health Act 1994. With this code of practice, we can further improve the conditions of the indoor environment and to ensure that employees and other occupants are protected from poor indoor air quality that could adversely affect their health and well being, and thereby reduce their productivity.

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