Your Responsibilities Around Your HVAC Systems

Whatever sector or industry you operate in and regardless of the size or location of your workplace, you have responsibilities that you need to be aware of in relation to your working environment, which include heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. 

These responsibilities have increased in recent months and we want to help you to be aware of them and offer help for you to fulfil them.

Call us today for a free consultation and survey for your premises.  Your responsibilities are towards your people, your workplace and the environment.



Your people are your key asset and their health and wellbeing is your highest priority. Your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems are a key element of the environment in which your people work and, if set up incorrectly, can even contribute to the spread of germs within a building.

Contact Salix about measures to protect your people.



With more focus than ever on providing a working environment that is clean and safe, it is imperative that your indoor air quality improvement equipment is kept clean and in prime working order.

It is also essential that there is adequate fresh air supply through sufficient ventilation provision, with fresh guidance issued by governing bodies.

Ventilation in the workplace is covered under the Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992 which states that workplaces need to be adequately ventilated in the proper manner by which clean air is drawn from an external source outside of the workplace and circulated throughout the building.

Contact us to book your FREE Survey to assess your current HVAC systems today.



You should be aware that you are responsible by law to the environment in keeping all your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning equipment well-maintained to prevent leaks of gas and refrigerant which can be very harmful to the environment.

Contact us to book a one-off HVAC service today.


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Rob Tuffin