The Healthy Buildings Scorecard

The Healthy Buildings Scorecard is a self assessment tool to rate the indoor air quality measures in place for a building. It lets you quickly see what is working for your building occupants and where improvements can be made.

The benchmark ratings enable you to demonstrate best practice and tell your staff and visitors that you are focused on creating a safe, healthy and enjoyable environment.

Find out more about how to improve the indoor air quality in your workplace, complete the Healthy Buildings Scorecard today.

Based on our comprehensive Life Cycle of Air, we developed an evidence-based framework for measuring, monitoring and verifying the building features that impact indoor air quality through eight key areas:

Define Your Goals

Whether you need to identify moisture issues, reduce your exposure to harmful VOCs, reduce absenteeism in the workplace or even avoid costly indoor air issues caused by poor HVAC maintenance, the first step is defining your IAQ goals.

IAQ Measurement

Real time measurement and monitoring of indoor pollutants and environment factors enable building managers to deal with issues quickly and proactively, creating safer indoor environments.


Ventilation plays an important role in improving indoor air quality. Adjusting ventilation rates can reduce the build up of airborne contaminants in a room or building.

Humidity Control

Humidity control helps balance your building’s moisture levels for better indoor air quality. Uncontrolled moisture indoors can cause major damage to the building structure.

HVAC Operation

An effective HVAC system involves using various technologies to control temperature, ventilation, moisture, and air quality in an indoor environment. On-demand HVAC systems can help you explore energy efficient options to improve your indoor air quality and keep your buildings safe.

HVAC Hygiene

Healthy indoor environments begin with hygienic air conditioning, ventilation and related systems. Scheduled preventative maintenance minimises the risk of bacteria, mould and viruses in your HVAC system.


Air filtration is a critical preventative measure to protect your building occupants as well as your HVAC equipment. Filtration makes your system’s job easier – maximising its lifespan and minimising the need for repairs.

Air Purification and Air Cleaning

Air quality systems such as filters, air purifiers and scrubbers can assist in protecting occupants by removing pollutants, mould, and bacteria, creating healthier indoor environments.