Relevant regulations

The regulations in force contain the following requirements for the design, installation, operation and maintenance of aeraulic systems:

Regulation Summary
89/391/CEE Directive European Directive for the promotion of health and safety in the workplace
Legislative Decree 81/2008 Consolidated Law on Safety in the workplace
Ministerial Decree 04.08.1998 European guidelines for air quality
UNI EN 15251/2008 Criteria for the design of the internal environment and for the evaluation of the energy performance of buildings, with regard to indoor air quality, to thermal environment, lighting and acoustics
AiCARR Guidelines on the maintenance of Air Conditioning Systems (2005)
CM, Joppolo (2000) CM, Joppolo (2000)
Presidential Decree n. 412/93 Regulations laying down rules for the design, installation, operation and maintenance of heating systems in buildings in order to control energy consumption, implementing art. 4, paragraph 4 of the Law of 9 January 1991, n. 10
UNI 10399/95 and UNI 13779 Aeraulic systems for wellbeing purposes. Generality, classification and requirements. Rules for the offer request, the offer, the order and delivery
UNI 10381-1/96 Aeraulic systems. Conduits: classification, design, sizing and installation
UNI ENV 12097/99 Ventilation in buildings – conduits’ network – Requirements relative to components apto to facilitate the maintenance of conduits’ network
UNI EN ISO 14644-1:2001 Cleanrooms and associated controlled environments – Specifications for testing and monitoring to prove conformity
Suppl. Official Gazette n. 256 of 3/11/2006 Agreement, pursuant to Article 4 of the Legislative Decree 28 August 1997, n. 281, between the Government, the Regions and Autonomous Provinces of Trento and Bolzano on the document entitled: “Guidelines for the definition of technical protocols for predictive maintenance on air conditioning”
WHO Guidelines - World Health Organization European guidelines for air quality

Summary of the national and international standards regarding the indoor air quality

Standards promoted in recent years, both nationally and internationally, and currently in force, aimed at the prevention of indoor air quality. Source: ISPRA

Regulation Summary
Standard ISO/FDIS 7730 Indications for the qualification and evaluation of comfort
UNI EN 13779 Ventilation of non-residential buildings
UNI 15251 Evaluation of the energy performance of buildings
Law 16 january 2003 n.3 It prohibits smoking in public places
ISO 21931-1:2010 It aims to improve the performance of buildings by providing a single reference framework on the methods used for the evaluation of their impact
D. L. 241/2000 The decree set a reference level of 500 Bq / m3, beyond which the employer must intervene with more detailed evaluations and possibly with remediation activities for workplaces, including schools
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