Dr. Julie Riggs
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    • Consider the basics of your indoor air environment and the quality of the air you breathe. If you replace the contents of a five gallon bottle that sits aloft a water cooler, substituting water with air, you will breathe an equivalent of 600 bottles every day, taking approximately 20,000 breaths. It is often an unconscious action and you probably do not consider the quality of air that travels along dusty ventilation ducting or exhaled by adjoining occupants, which passes through our nose and mouth and into our lungs. A growing body of scientific evidence has indicated that the air within buildings can be more seriously polluted than the outdoor air even in the largest and most industrialized cities.

every breath you take

new youtube channel

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Dr Riggs has a new YouTube channel for those studying NEBOSH health and safety programmes.


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Riggs, J. J. (2014)

An approach to increasing awareness of IAQ

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sleeping giant of the future

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Dr Riggs speaking at the 2014 SHExpo

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 IAQUK Indoor Air Quality Awareness Course:


16th June 2015 (Bristol)

10th November 2015 (Birmingham)


  • £212.50 (IAQUK members)
  • £250.00 (Non IAQUK members

IAQ

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This project explores the approach to increasing the awareness of indoor air quality using a literature research to evaluate historical context, critiquing combined contaminants, reviewing fragrances, appraising awareness, resources and government policy, both UK and Worldwide.

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