More information on how Canairy works, World Health Organisation (WHO) exposure guidance and the exposure data it collects is here.
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Canairy, the highly innovative British Safety Council mobile app, has been created in partnership with King’s College London and will provide real-time information about air pollution levels for London-based employers and workers.
It calculates a user’s hourly exposure to nitrogen dioxide, ozone and the tiny particulates (PM2.5 and PM10), drawing on King’s Nowcast map of current air pollution in London, and compares these exposure levels to WHO guidance.
it provides workers with information to help them avoid the worst levels of pollution during their work (see Downloads).
It gives employers insights to inform health risk assessments and work scheduling that will reduce exposure for the long-term (see Information for employers).
More information on how Canairy works, WHO limit values and the exposure data it collects is here.
King's College London Canairy app tracks outdoor workers' exposure to air pollution
"A new app launched today by King’s College London and the British Safety Council provides outdoor workers, and their employers, with crucial information about their exposure to air pollution."
Statement from Kier At Kier, we have thousands of people working every day in urban environments...
At Kier, we have thousands of people working every day in urban environments throughout the UK, including our Highways teams working on the road network where our clients include Local Authorities, Highways England and Transport for London.
The health and wellbeing of our people is a top priority for Kier and we are always keen to support innovation that improves the health of our employees and supply chain partners.
The Canairy app is an exciting and important part of the Time to Breathe campaign, and we are proud of our part in helping with its development.
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