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How Outdoor Air Can Create Sick Buildings

We more commonly associate feeling ill in our buildings with possible mould, or from gases coming from our indoor furniture and fittings. We attribute infections to close contact with other people. Yet science is warning us that viral and other infection spread is driven by air pathways (particulate matter highways in effect) in and even between our buildings. We know that pathogenic (infection-causing) bacteria and viruses are found in water damaged buildings, especially after sewage spills, and survive much better…

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Claire’s Building Knowledge Platform

Rapid airborne transmission of Covid-19  within quarantine facilities necessitates an urgent updating of Australia’s infection prevention and control  processes and a need to reconsider the buildings used to house returning Australian.

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LITMAS stands for Leading Inspection, Training, Monitoring and Analytical Science. Through these services LITMAS provides trusted services that allow clients to focus on their own organisation and less on the fitness of their buildings.

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