Schools, Colleges & Nursery's
The negative effects of poor air quality on health are now proven: headaches, irritation of the respiratory tract, eyes and skin, but also chronic bronchitis, widespread asthma and allergies .
The Grenelle 2 law of 12 July 2010, concerns the national commitment to the environment. It places “risk management and the preservation of health” among the six major projects of the government.
Now three decrees are acting monitoring the air quality becomes progressively mandatory in Establishments Receiving the Public (ERP).
The decree of December 2, 2011 defines the different categories of ERP subject to the requirement of monitoring the quality of indoor air by specifying the application deadlines:
- On 1 January 2015 for the collective reception facilities for children under 6 (crèches, nursery).
- On 1 January 2018 for elementary schools.
- On 1 January 2020 for recreation centers and educational secondary schools.
- On 1 January 2023 for all other institutions.
Realized expense of the owner or the operator of the establishment, monitoring will consist of an assessment of the ventilation systems of buildings and a measurement campaign of air pollutants.
It must be performed by an accredited body and users of the institutions concerned will be informed of the results.
In summary, s i a measured pollutant exceeds the reference value, the owner or operator of ERP will have to practice, always at his expense expertise to identify the causes of pollution and remedy.
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