COVID Message


At Airway Solutions, we understand that you may have concerns regarding the impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on your business, your people, and how we work with you.

First of all, we would like to convey our sympathy to anyone you know who may have already been affected by this dreadful pandemic.

We can assure you that we have a robust Business Continuity Plan (BCP) in place, that enables us to continue operating seamlessly through this unprecedented national and local crisis. All of our office systems are currently cloud-based, enabling us to continue working for you as normal, remotely and safely. Also, we have trained our site teams on safe operating practices in line with the latest government and industry guidelines.

Although COVID-19 has presented everyone with previously unimagined challenges, you can rest assured that we are working hard to maintain the vital support services that you expect from us.

We will contact you directly with any important information concerning our operating practices during the crisis. In the meantime, if you have any immediate concerns, please contact us.

Air Conditioning and Ventilation During the Coronavirus Pandemic

By law, all employers must ensure that the workplace receives an adequate supply of fresh air, and that remains the case during the current Coronavirus pandemic.

According to information provided by the Government Health and Safety Executive, good air circulation and ventilation in your premises is critical in helping to prevent the spread of COVID-19.


Consider simple ways of improving the circulation of fresh air around your premises. For example, where it’s practical and safe to do so, open external windows and doors (except fire doors).

Provided that there’s good ventilation and fresh air in the area, the risk of viral transmission through the use of desk and ceiling fans is extremely low. So, to prevent pockets of stagnant air forming in occupied areas, use desk or ceiling fans.

Air Conditioning

The risk of COVID-19 spreading via air conditioning systems is extremely low, provided that there’s sufficient fresh air and ventilation.

So, you should continue to use most forms of air conditioning systems as you would normally. However, if you use a centralized ventilation system that extracts and circulates air around different areas of your business, you should deactivate the recirculation function and use a fresh air supply instead.

You don’t need to adjust air conditioning systems that mix fresh air with extracted air and recycle it, as that increases the fresh air ventilation rate. Also, there’s no need to alter the systems in portable units or individual rooms, as these operate on 100 percent recirculation. However, you should ensure that a good supply of fresh air ventilation to every room is maintained.

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If you have any concerns about the safety of operating your air conditioning systems during the pandemic, please call us today for expert advice and guidance.

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