Reducing air pollution is something that everybody can get involved with, and that includes businesses. According to Global Action Plan, as employers, companies large and small, have a duty of care to the health and safety of their employees while at work; this includes the air their workers’ breathe, especially, indoor air.
Explore the resources below to find out what steps your business can take to reduce air pollution.
Resources available to support your business:
Business Action for Clean Air – an information hub for people working in business, who want to learn how their company and wider industry contributes to air pollution, and the steps that can be taken to understand and address the issue.
Carbon Charter air quality webinar – Elysia Scully of the Clean Air Business Scheme at West Suffolk Council joins Ned Harrison of the Carbon Charter to discuss the impacts of Air Quality to coincide with Clean Air Day 2022.
Clean Air Business – West Suffolk Council, with support from Suffolk County Council, want to work with businesses who are keen to make a bold environmental statement whilst benefitting from healthier employees, a better workplace environment and potentially, financial savings.