Indoor environment conditions

Here you'll find instructions on how to act if you detect anomalies in indoor environment, eg. indoor air, conditions. Matters related to the indoor air conditions at Aalto are coordinated by a multidisciplinary working group, which consists of representatives of the Aalto University Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Aalto University Campus & Real Estate (ACRE) and the occupational healthcare services, and of specialists.
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Indoor environment, more commonly known as indoor air, mean the following: indoor temperature, draft, stagnation, dust, noise, and lighting. On this page you will find instructions on what to do if you notice an anomaly indoors. If you notice a possible deviation related to indoor conditions, first read the instructions for your own measures to improve indoor conditions.

If you spot a possible irregularity with indoor conditions, first read the instructions on measures you can take to improve the indoor conditions. Also discuss the findings with your supervisor.

The user's own measures for improving the indoor environment

If the anomaly persists, fill out an indoor air condition notification

  1. Please remember to fill in at least the following mandatory information for the notification:
  2. Full name of the notifier and name of the notifier's supervisor
  3. Time and status information of the observation (date, time, address and floor, room status code)
  4. Symptom description, ie the most accurate description possible of the symptoms experienced and how many people are experiencing the symptoms.
  5. Do others working in or near the space or visiting the space have similar symptoms?
  6. Date of onset of symptom and whether symptoms have occurred in the past
  7. Has the notifier been in contact with occupational health or student health care? If so when.
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Aalto University Campus & Real Estate - ACRE

Aalto University Campus & Real Estate (ACRE) maintains, develops and rents out Aalto University facilities in Otaniemi and Töölö. We also build new concepts and shared facilities for parties outside the university, thus turning Otaniemi into a unique partnership centre and the most inspiring campus in the world.

Processing of indoor environment anomaly

More information:

If the suspected circumstances may be caused by indoor air conditions, contact your own public health nurse at occupational healthcare services or FSHS, postgraduate students may contact the local health centre.

This service is provided by:

Aalto University Security and Lobby Services

Kampuksen turvallisuudesta vastaa Aalto-yliopiston turvallisuus- ja aulapalvelut yhteistyössä Aalto CRE:n kanssa.
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