Nelson N A, Kaufman J D, Burt J, Karr C
Bibliographic info:
Scand J Work Environ Health, No 21, 1995, pp 51-59, 6 tabs, 27 refs.

Describes a study which aimed to quantify health symptom reports in four 'non-problem' buildings. Also attempted to assess the relationship between symptoms and air quality measures, characteristics of workstations and psychosocial aspects of the workplace. The method used environmental sampling and a questionnaire. High report of symptoms contrasted with low measured contaminant levels. Symptoms were associated with occupant perception of air movement, dryness, odour, and noise.