The AirRISK Comprehensive Independent Assessment is a service giving premises owners a confident level of airborne virus risk assessment and mitigation.
Developed by a team that has had a long track record of risk management for the London insurance market ranging from fire, explosion, environmental and nuclear risks. BonaCaeli are experts at reducing the risk of airborne virus infections in indoor spaces, and we are here to help you navigate through the required steps to gain confidence, surety and certification.
UK Government scientists have said that the development of the AirRISK service offers a “game changing tool for businesses” that “will enable quicker and safer recovery from the pandemic.”
The AirRISK assessment allows you to understand how your building or venue can be operated and used, knowing virus infection risk levels. It is the basis for you to effectively communicate to your users the infection risks and prevention strategies.
The BonaCaeli AirRISK Team
Computer Scientists | Risk Analysts | Experienced Engineers
• Remote video-based venue inspection
• Actual venue characteristics used
• Local infection rates considered
• Average and peak infections quantified
• Risk and mitigation strategies proposed
Typical fee £800 + VAT (in addition to AirRISK Independent Assessment fee)
• In person survey
• Plans or CAD drawings considered
• Detailed input
Typical fee £400 + VAT (in addition to AirRISK Independent Assessment fee)
• Certified record of independent analysis
• Indexed safety rating provided
Modelling and analysis considers all important features of the building or venue, these could include entrances, focal points (e.g. sanitising stations, service hatches/bars, vending machines, restroom locations), ventilation, windows, seating, etc. Occupancy levels, how it is used and community COVID-19 infection rates are taken into account. The movement of individuals around the space will be modelled to include infected and uninfected individuals.
The methodology includes zoning the space to represent discrete occupancy and uses. It identifies the various routes used by people as they enter and move through the space, as well as the visiting of focal points/facilities before arriving at temporary resting points.
Consideration is also given to how individuals visit additional focal points and generally move around a venue, returning to resting points before departing after a given time. Various occupancy levels can be considered.
Detailed reports on the scientific evidence and independent assessments can be provided to customers of the AirRISK service.
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