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Measurement and assessment of indoor climate

The measurement and assessment of indoor climate can be carried out by the Occupational health service and the Estate and Facilities Management Division.

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The Occupational health service can carry out measurements and assessments is cases where employees are experiencing problems or health challenges relating to the indoor climate. The Occupational health service should be contacted if employees have had the following problems/challenges relating to the indoor climate for a prolonged period of time:

  • Itching, dryness or irritation of the eyes or nose
  • Blocked or runny nose
  • Dryness or irritation of the throat, hoarseness or coughing
  • Attacks of shortness of breath
  • Dry skin on the hands, arms or face
  • Headaches, fatigue, dizziness, difficulties with concentration or a feeling of tightness in the head

Contact Occupational health service

The Estate and Facilities Management Division carries out specific measurements of the ventilation in the university’s buildings. The division can also be contacted if the unit needs to chart problems/challenges relating to:

  • Moisture
  • Noise

Contact: Chief Engineer Øistein Fotland