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Blowing hot and cold

Giles Korner, Head of Smart Buildings at engineering consultancy HDR | Hurley Palmer Flatt, explains how the latest technologies can improve environmental conditions for building occupants The design of buildings is becoming more focused on the wellbeing of occupants, creating ...

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Jump achieves 3 million positive actions for sustainability and wellbeing in 2019 

Participants in Jump’s engagement programmes have achieved a record-breaking three million positive actions for sustainability and wellbeing over the last year. This has resulted in over 765 tonnes of avoided CO2 emissions. Jump is a supplier of sustainability and wellbeing engagement programmes, enabling universities, councils, NHS trusts, public ...

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Something in the air

Rupert Kazlauciunas of Zehnder Group UK discusses the links between building design and the health and wellbeing of occupants A study recently conducted in the US revealed that 40 per cent of adult workers have taken a day off sick ...

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Combatting ‘excessive stress’ in the workplace

One in every eight company employees in the UK has taken time off work for stress in the last year, according to a new study conducted by contractor payroll and accountancy experts, the Dolan Contractor Group. The Stress in the ...

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Blue Monday: How your workplace affects wellbeing

With over half of employees saying that their working environment has a negative effect on their mental health[1], Linda Hausmanis, CEO of the Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management (IWFM) urges organisations to utilise their workplace and facilities practitioners and ...

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Lighting that’s healthy for your employees

Light is as important to health as a balanced diet or regular exercise. It has a huge impact on our performance, sleep and emotions. Humans are driven by day and night meaning that natural daylight, or biologically effective artificial light ...

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Thirsty work

Keeping building occupants hydrated is a balancing act between taste, quality, wellbeing and sustainability, says Sara Bean Nearly two-thirds of the human body is composed of water, and even a reduction of as little as two per cent of body ...

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Bad air days

Julie Godefroy, Technical Manager at CIBSE, advises on ways to improve indoor air quality in the absence of a definitive regulatory framework People spend up to 90 per cent of their time indoors. It will come as no surprise, therefore, ...

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AJ Products UK turns 20!

AJ Products celebrates 20 years of improving workplaces in the UK. In 1999, AJ Products opened its doors in the United Kingdom to share its unique Scandinavian outlook on how to improve the workplace with British businesses from all sectors. ...

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Hotter takes Comfort with Orthomat from COBA

Orthomat anti-fatigue matting from COBA Europe has been installed by Hotter at its Skelmersdale headquarters and manufacturing site in Lancashire, considered to be one of the most advanced shoe-making facilities in the world. Hotter is the largest shoe manufacturer in ...

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