THE IMPORTANCE OF HEALTHY WORKPLACES
GREAT WORKENVIRONMENT MEANS GREAT STAFF
From 2018 all countries within the European Union will by law be obliged to control radon levels at workplaces!
A new revised Basic Safety Standards Directive was adopted in 2013 by the Council Directive 2013/59/Euroatom of 5 December 2013 laying down basic safety standards for the protection against the dangers arising from exposure to ionizing radiation. The European Union has for the first time set down a framework for controlling exposures to natural radiation sources arising from work activities.
In short this means that all workplaces within the European Union shall measure and control their levels of radon. Member states shall bring into force the laws, regulations and administrative provisions necessary to comply with the new Basic Safety Standards by 2018.
TO ORDER ANYTHING RELATED TO MEASURING AND REDUCING RADON
Order a long or short term measuring package to get your house tested.
Apartment buildings are always assessed prior to testings.
All types of workspaces should be tested to ensure the safety of the employees.
LONG TERM TESTS
To get a full test report a long-term radon testing should be done over a minimum of 60 days. The long-term testings should be done between 1st October - 30th April.
To get an indication of the radon levels, a short-term radon testing can be done over a minimum of ten days. The short-term testings can be done any time of the year.