IAAPC- Sick Building Syndrome – Neha Mukhi

Sick building syndrome may be defined as a phenomenon that occurs in a building in which a part of the occupants experience varying degrees of low levels of sickness or discomfort which are non-specific in nature and are dominated by sensory reactions. This paper discusses the causes of sick building syndrome and the symptoms produced. The paper also throws light on investigational procedures and possible remedial and preventive measures.

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