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AEM provides indoor air quality audits (IAQ) and testing for a wide range of buildings and complexes such as offices, hospitals, shopping centres, manufacturing facilities and educational institutions.  Cooling Tower water testing, Clean Room Commissioning, NABERS IE Ratings, and risk assessments applicable to IAQ based on Safework Australia and NSW Workcover Codes of Practice are also part of the AEM repertoire

AEM IAQ audits meet the requirements of the Commonwealth OH&S Act 1991. AEM Indoor Air Quality Audits also satisfy the requirements set out by companies such as Marsh Insurance.

Air Quality Testing

Indoor Air
Quality Audits/Investigations

IAQ Risk
Assessment / Management

o  HVAC Hygiene Audits/ NADCA Duct Tests


o  Mould Testing /Odour Investigations


o  NABERS Indoor Environment Ratings 

Electromagnetic Frequency (EMF) including Office WiFi Testing

 Data Centre
Zinc Whisker Testing

            Radon Testing

o  Potable Water/Cooling Tower Testing


o  Black Water/Flooding Clearance Testing


o  Clean Room Commissioning


o  Hazardous Chemical Registers

HVAC systems

 AEM can provide audits on the microbial status of air handling units. The audits are based on a paper written by Dr Wilson which was published in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene in May 2007.

Wilson, S.C. Palmatier, R.N. Holder, W.H, Martin, J., Andriychuk, L., Jumper, C.A. and Straus, D.C. Mold contamination and air handling units. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene.  Volume 4, Issue 7, pp 483-491. 2007

Indoor Air Quality and the Law

AEM audits can address the requirements in codes of practice for managing the work environment and facilities such as the code under section 274 of the Work Health and Safety Act (the WHS Act). Codes of practice are admissible in court proceedings under the WHS Act and Regulations

 In terms of Commonwealth buildings, AEM audits also satisfy the requirements for Commonwealth employers who are bound by a duty of care as set out by the Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000. "Directors and employers are required to take measures to ensure that their employees and any other person who enters into their normal working environment are not exposed to harmful airborne contaminants in their buildings".

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