The built environment can have a major impact on labour productivity. Indoor environmental quality optimisation (e.g. air quality, thermal comfort, and acoustic comfort) can drive productivity gains plus also improve occupant health and wellbeing.
Building Air Tightness testing is driven by the need to improve energy efficiency and the effectiveness of maintaining a comfortable and safe indoor environment
With the recent tornado in North East Victoria, mini tornadoes in Sydney and extensive storms and flooding in NSW and QLD, the team at CETEC can help with risk assessment and remediation of hazardous materials on your site, including identification of asbestos.
A document entitled - National Guidelines for Legionella Control in the Operation and Maintenance of Water Distribution Systems in Health and Aged Care Facilities - has recently been published by enHealth. The CETEC consortium played an instrumental part in providing the technical content for these guidelines.
November is National Asbestos Awareness month. Last week, CETEC attended this conference in Brisbane which promotes asbestos awareness and educates attendees in best practice.
Thursday 19 November 2015
A review of the Legionella Control - Everybody's business conference held at The Wesley Hospital in Brisbane on 14 November
Recently, 101 Collins Street in Melbourne was awarded a NABERS IE Base Building Rating of 5 Stars by one of CETEC’s NABERS Assessors, Dr Vyt Garnys.
Wednesday 21 October 2015
CETEC is pleased to have assisted ISIS with their 2015 MBAV award winning Mitcham Private Hospital Expansion project
First international NABERS Indoor Environment Rating conducted by CETEC for the Paharpur Business Centre in Delhi, India receives international recognition in the 2015 Livable Buildings Awards
Dr Vyt Garnys presented a workshop at the International Society of Indoor Air Quality and Climate (ISIAQ) conferences - Healthy Buildings 2015 Europe in May and then Healthy Buildings 2015 America last month in Colorado. The conference is held every three years in each region and is the leading conference for researchers and practitioners in the management of indoor air and climate for healthy buildings and the health and comfort of building users. This article is about the key messages.
A document entitled - National Guidelines for Legionella Control in the operation and maintenance of potable water distribution systems in health and aged care facilities - has recently been published by enHealth. The CETEC consortium played an instrumental part in providing the technical content for these guidelines.
This exclusive complimentary is to be held Tuesday June 7, 2016 for invited guests with guest speaker Associate Professor Pawel Wargocki
First international NABERS Indoor Environment Rating conducted by CETEC awarded to the Paharpur Business Centre in Delhi, India on May 6, 2015
The NABERS IE pilot tool has been released following industry and stakeholder feedback. CETEC were on the Technical Working Group or panel reviewing the NABERS Indoor Environment tool.
From 1 July 2013 in NSW, an asbestos assessor licence was required for air monitoring, clearance inspections or the issuing of clearance certificates for class A asbestos removal works. CETEC has an experienced and Licensed Asbestos Assessor on staff (Andrew Bellamy - LAA 000111).