Sick Building Syndrome: is mould the cause?
The World Health Organization has defined Sick Building Syndrome as an excess of work-related irritations of the skin and mucous membranes as well as other symptoms, including headache, fatigue, and difficulty concentrating. It is often used to describe an illness in which building occupants experience acute health effects or discomfort that appear to be linked to the time spent in the building. When a work environment becomes unsafe and toxic, employees are not able to perform to their full potential. Along with this come health factors causing employees to take sick leave or call out. Keep your employees safe from airborne toxins and contaminants with commercial deep cleaning to ensure employee and customer health.https://academic.oup.com/mmy/article/47/Supplement_1/S217/1073035?login=false