Indoor climate and smoking

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Every three years, a so-called mandatory ventilation inspection (OVK) is carried out to ensure that the ventilation meets the requirements from the Swedish Work Environment Authority.

General tips for a good indoor climate:

Do not open windows when it is hot outside if there is a cooling system in the room.

If the air feels dry in the winter, it can help to lower the indoor temperature a bit, as the relative humidity then increases.

Keep in mind that summer-dressed employees can freeze if the indoor temperature is too low. Therefore, let the indoor temperature to some extent follow the outdoor temperature.

Ensure that furniture or other furnishings do not obstruct the flow of radiators, baffles in the ceiling (cooling) and air vents and that thermostatic valves are not covered.

Smoking is not allowed at UBP.