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We work with people to implement and carry out maintenance and asset management and also to optimise performance. We believe that it is people that make things work and only through training people and supporting them is anything sustained and improved.
June 2020. Taoiseach urges caution stating “ Bear in mind that poorly-ventilated environments are riskier spaces than outdoors”
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, in his address to the nation on Friday 19th June when urging us to assess the risks, specifically highlighed poorly ventilated environments. “This accelerated reopening is contingent on businesses and individuals being responsible for [...]
Proper ventilation, filtration and humidity reduce the spread of pathogens like the new coronavirus. By Dr. Joseph G. Allen, Director of the Healthy Buildings program at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Read More
Return to Work Safely Protocol – how to ensure your work environment Indoor Air Quality meets international Standards.
As part of their Return to Work Safely Protocols, more and more organisations are testing to ensure that their Indoor Air Quality is not impairing respiratory health in their workers. We, Eirdata Environmental Services Ltd, [...]
All weapons are being used in the fight and congratulations to our partner Envair, who recently provided the following equipment (weapons!) to hospitals/laboratories/factories fighting Covid19. Class I MBSC for Covid 19 sample testing in hospitals [...]
April 2020: Eirdata supporting The World Health Organization’s call for countries to ‘test, test, test’ for coronavirus.
All of us here in Eirdata firmly believe that together, we will beat it. So, Eirdata are offering free statutory validation/testing for Biological Safety Cabinets and fume cupboards used for the testing of Covid19 here [...]
Great job by all the team at ESS and Eirdata for successfully passing once again our surveillance audit for ISO 9001. Even though it is difficult unprecedented times with Covid19 it was very much business [...]
Dublin has become the first city in the country to sign up to a global campaign to improve air quality levels by 2030. The region's four local authorities have backed the BreatheLife campaign in what [...]