Managed by the International WELL Building Institute, it is similar to the LEED Certification in its conception. Also of American origin, and the result of more than 7 years of study, it includes, in a holistic way, both the physical factors of the work environment and the company policies to conceive a set that ensures the well-being and health of the users. It has 7 areas:
- Air: elimination of air pollutants, prevention of pollution and purification of the air.
- Water: filtration, treatment and strategic location of water points.
- Food: establishment of healthy food options and promotion of a healthy diet.
- Light: access to natural light and improvement of the quality of artificial light.
- Exercise: promotion and incorporation of activities that allow users to lead an active life.
- Comfort: adequacy of space to maximize thermal, acoustic, olfactory and ergonomic comfort.
- Mind: establishment of company policies that contribute to reduce stress and improve mental and emotional well-being of workers
Indoor air quality
Advice for the definition of spaces with the correct hygrothermal conditions and limits of indoor air pollution at levels that are not harmful to the health of users.
Consultancy in the definition of materials and construction techniques to minimize air pollution with chemical agents, organic compounds and microbiological contamination.