Indoor Air Quality Assessment Checklist

Use the Indoor Air Quality Assessment Checklist to optimize indoor air quality ensuring thorough evaluation of walls, ceilings, gases, diffusers, etc.

Indoor Air Quality Assessment Checklist



Walls, Ceilings, And Floors

1. Are the walls, ceilings, and floors free of mold?


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2. Are indoor plants free of mold or odor?


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3. Are flat surfaces free of dust?


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4. Are thermostats located in enclosed offices?


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5. Are shower facilities clean?


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Work Areas/General

1. Are workstations divided by screens or other dividers?


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2. Is the screen height less than 1.5 meters?


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3. Do the screens not touch the floor?


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4. Is there any evidence of water leaks?


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5. Are there dusty areas?


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6. Is the lighting poor (e.g., dim, flickering, or too bright)?


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7. Are there drafts near windows or doors?


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8. Are there any odors?


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Diffusers

1. Are the diffusers unobstructed?


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2. Are the diffusers in good condition (no mold, dust, dirt)?


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Air Exhaust Louvers

1. Are the air exhaust louvers unobstructed?


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2. Are the air exhaust louvers in good condition (no mold, dust, dirt)?


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Location Of Potential Contamination Sources (not Within 3 Meters Of Workstation)

1. Is there a photocopier nearby?


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2. Is there a parking garage nearby?


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3. Is there paper storage nearby?


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4. Is there chemical storage (e.g., cleaning products) nearby?


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5. Is there a kitchen or kitchenette nearby?


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6. Is there garbage or refuse nearby?


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Gasses And Vapours

1. Are gas stoves present?


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2. Is there a gas-fired heating system?


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3. Are free-standing gas heaters present?


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4. Are hazardous products stored in the facility?


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5. Are new building materials or furnishings present?


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Outdoor Sources

1. Is the location of outdoor air intake near a parking garage, loading dock, etc.?


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2. How is the outdoor air quality (e.g., smoke, smog, industrial operations nearby)?


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HVAC System (Ventilation)

1. Is there adequate outdoor air intake?


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2. Are the ducts and plenum clean?


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3. Does the operation schedule allow for enough exchanges before occupancy levels increase?


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4. Is there a preventive maintenance program in place?


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5. Are the filters free of damage?


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6. Are the pans free of slime?


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7. Are the filters the correct size and efficiency for the unit?


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8. Are the ducts free of mold?


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9. Are the fans free of hard water deposits?


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10. Are the condensate trays free of slime?


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11. Are the cooling coils free of slime?


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12. Is there an absence of moldy odors?


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Maintenance And Design

1. Can windows be opened?


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2. Have there been recent renovations?


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3. Are there changes in design, occupant use, and current activities?


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4. Have the work areas been repainted?


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5. Are there any odors present?


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Checklist by GoAudits.com – Please note that this checklist is intended as an example. We do not guarantee compliance with the laws applicable to your territory or industry. You should seek professional advice to determine how this checklist should be adapted to your workplace or jurisdiction.

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