Detoxification of the Workplace
What is coming our way is going to be another shake-up, and the reason is because a very real problem has been ingored and discounted for decades while the problem got worse. The genie is now out of the bottle, and there is no going back. This happened when Canada officially made Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) a disability, much like being in a wheelchair or a person with muscular dystrophy.
The Office of Disability Employment Policy of the U.S. Department of Labor has agreed that MCS fitsin the American'swith Disability Act and EEOC 1992. That means anyone with MCS can file complaints under EEOC and ADA, and the Department of Labor automatically support a legitimate claim because the law is already in plce.
Currently the ADA covers things like asthma, and limits people with limitations and impairments from normal liofe activities.
"A person has a disability if he/she has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities, a record of such an impairment, or is regarded as having such an impairment (EEOC, 1992). "
Multiple chemical sensitivities fall within the ADA and EEOC definitions. If their is a complaint, the full resources of these regulatory
Ventilation and Indoor Air Quality Issues:
Where to start? The process is a combination of a deep cleaning program, air duct cleaning, HEPA vacuums, microfiber cleaning tools, and an extensive detoxification and decontamination of the whole facility. Your OMG Sanitized service can assess and evaluate the detoxifcation process.