Well-Being & Environment Monitoring
Sick building syndrome (SBS) is a name for a range symptoms that people can suffer from – such as headaches, sore eyes, tiredness and difficulty concentrating.
Improvements reduce sick time and productivityYour clients rely on you. You can rely on us.
At DRS we can help you monitor your facilities by using discreet devices to check your environment.
Levels and colour of lighting can work with or disrupt the natural body clock, and heating and humidity can have an impact on health. We also check the circulation of clean air, a vital part of controlling levels of particulates and bacteria.
We will provide you with detailed reports, based on an agreed sample period, and we can help you to make any improvements needed. We then re-check conditions and provide you with a performance monitoring update, which demonstrates your commitment to providing a safe and healthy environment.
And with the right environment, you can reduce sick time, boost productivity and improve quality of life for occupants.
Are you a public body in Wales?
The Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015 places a legal obligation on listed public bodies to work toward seven goals, one of which is ‘A Healthier Wales’.
The aim is to foster: “A society in which people’s physical and mental well-being is maximised and in which choices and behaviours that benefit future health are understood.”
At DRS, we work with public bodies to ensure their buildings are contributing to the well-being of all users, from detailing current building standards to carrying out installations and compliance reviews.
We make sure you can focus on your core business and that your facilities perform.
Circular Economy Club
Our business model is based on the guiding principles of the Circular Economy