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  • Gerry Campbell

Safeguarding Workplace Health: The Importance of Clean Indoor Air and Infection Prevention

As the World slowly gets back to normal after the heights of the Pandemic, never before have employees been aware of the dangers of their working environments. As we see more and more people returning to their workplaces it is a priority for Owners and Employers to create a Safe environment for their Employees.

A healthy and safe work environment fosters productivity, creativity, and overall job satisfaction, contributing significantly to a company's bottom line. Among the critical factors that shape workplace well-being is the quality of indoor air and the prevention of infections.

The Impact of Indoor Air Quality on Employee Health

The air we breathe indoors often contains a plethora of contaminants, including bacteria, viruses, pollutants, allergens, and microorganisms. These contaminants can have a detrimental impact on employee health, leading to a range of symptoms such as headaches, fatigue, respiratory problems, and even exacerbating existing health conditions.

Studies have shown that poor indoor air quality can lead to a decrease in productivity of up to 10%. Additionally, it can increase absenteeism due to illness, placing a financial burden on both employers and employees.

The Importance of Clean Indoor Air

Maintaining clean indoor air is not just a matter of comfort; it is essential for employee health and productivity. Studies have shown that poor indoor air quality can lead to a decrease in productivity, an increase in absenteeism, and an increased risk of respiratory illnesses.

Benefits of Clean Indoor Air in the Workplace

Providing clean indoor air in the workplace offers a multitude of benefits for employees and employers alike:

  • Enhanced Productivity: Clean indoor air promotes better cognitive function, leading to increased focus, concentration, and productivity.

  • Reduced Absenteeism: By minimising respiratory infections and other health issues, clean air reduces employee absenteeism, ensuring a consistent and productive workforce.

  • Improved Morale and Job Satisfaction: Employees who feel valued and cared for by their employers are more likely to be engaged, motivated, and satisfied with their jobs, fostering a positive work culture.

  • Reduced Healthcare Costs: By promoting overall health and well-being, clean indoor air can lower healthcare costs for both employees and employers.

Infection Prevention: Protecting Employees from the Spread of Illness

In addition to maintaining clean indoor air, employers must also take proactive measures to prevent the spread of infections in the workplace.


Prioritising workplace safety and well-being is an investment in the long-term success of an organisation. By providing clean indoor air and implementing effective infection prevention strategies, employers can not only protect the health of their employees but also reap the rewards of a more productive, engaged, and satisfied workforce.


We have been working hard since 2017 in creating systems that can make environments safe for everyone of viruses, bacteria, pollutants, among many other things. Our systems include our permanent anti-microbial solution Biotouch, our fast acting disinfectant BP2012 and NASA's developed Air Purifiers.

Our systems have been implemented by many organisations including the NHS, NSS, Scottish Care, Cop26, Skene Group, Keane Premier Group, Little Inch Care Group, Double Tree Hilton Group, among many others.

To find out more about our systems get in touch with Gordon Bruce on 0141 956 5050 or email him at

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