Indoor air quality in the sustainability assessment through en16309

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INDOOR AIR QUALITY can be described and measured in indicators in specifying the buildings social performance contributing to the aspect HEALTH and COMFORT.
The presentation positions the INDOOR AIR QUALITY in the USE STAGE of the building: the indoor air quality for the building USER is of importance during during "regular" use but also during maintenance, repair and replacement activities, etc.
A check list approach allows a comprehensive assessment per information module on the basis of a building specific and use specific scenario.

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Indoor air quality in the sustainability assessment through en16309

  1. 1. indoor air quality health & comfort aspect in the social performance assessment of buildings EN16309 (standardisation by CEN TC350 WG5)
  2. 2. Indoor Air Quality – a social performance aspect How and where is this taken into account in the sustainability assessment of buildings ? EN16309 SUSTAINABILITY OF CONSTRUCTION WORKS — ASSESSMENT OF SOCIAL PERFORMANCE OF BUILDINGS — METHODOLOGY
  3. 3. Sustainability assessment • Prerequisite: compliance to meet present and future needs on functional and technical demands • Based on 3 dimensions: See next slide • Based on the building LIFE CYCLE: 3 life cycle stages – `Before use stage`, `Use stage` and `After use stage`
  4. 4. CEN TC350 standardisation Sustainability ECO SOC ECON CEN TC350 Standards for works EuroCodes Technical Design Funktional Design CEN TC350 Standards only quantify aspects and impacts CPR 305/2011 A prerequisite for sustainability are the 6 Basic Requirements for Construction Works • Without meeting the functional needs there is no sustainability • Without meeting the technical needs there is no sustainability 4
  5. 5. BUILDING ASSESSMENT INFORMATION SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION BEYOND THE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE INFORMATION B1 - 7 C1 - 4 D PRODUCT STAGE CONSTRUCTION PROCESS USE STAGE END OF LIFE STAGE Benefits and loads beyond the system boundary Waste processing for reuse, recovery or and recycling Disposal C3 C4 Refurbishment Replacement Operational Water use Repair B7 Maintenance Operational Energy use Use B6 Transport B5 C2 B4 Deconstruction B3 C1 B2 Construction - Installation process B1 A5 A4 A1-A3 Transport A4 - 5 Raw Material Supply Transport Manufacturing A1 - 3 After being disposed the construction products or materials might -have a Reuse Recovery future value in another Recycling life cycle potential 5
  6. 6. BUILDING ASSESSMENT INFORMATION SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION BEYOND THE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE INFORMATION USE STAGE USE END OF LIFE STAGE Benefits and loads beyond the system boundary B6 Operational Energy use Transport Waste processing for reuse, recovery or and recycling Disposal B7 Operational Water use C2 C3 C4 B5 Deconstruction B4 C1 B3 Construction - Installation process B2 A5 A4 A1-A3 B1 Refurbishment CONSTRUCTION PROCESS Replacement PRODUCT STAGE Repair D Maintenance C1 - 4 Use B1 - 7 LIFE CYCLE STAGE: Transport A4 - 5 Raw Material Supply Transport Manufacturing A1 - 3 Reuse Recovery Recycling potential 6
  7. 7. BUILDING ASSESSMENT INFORMATION SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION BEYOND THE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE INFORMATION A1 - 3 A4 - 5 LIFE CYCLE STAGE: B1 - 7 LIFE CYCLE STAGE: C1 - 4 D PRODUCT STAGE USE STAGE USE END OF LIFE STAGE Benefits and loads beyond the system boundary Refurbishment Disposal Replacement B7 Operational Water use C4 Repair Waste processing for reuse, recovery or and recycling Maintenance Operational Energy use C3 Use B6 Transport B5 C2 B4 Deconstruction B3 C1 B2 Construction - Installation process Transport B1 A5 A1-A3 A4 Raw Material Supply Transport Manufacturing CONSTRUCTION BEFORE USE PROCESS Reuse Recovery Recycling potential 7
  8. 8. BUILDING ASSESSMENT INFORMATION SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION BEYOND THE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE INFORMATION A1 - 3 A4 - 5 LIFE CYCLE STAGE: B1 - 7 LIFE CYCLE STAGE: C1 LIFE CYCLE4 STAGE: D PRODUCT STAGE USE STAGE USE END OF LIFE STAGE AFTER USE Benefits and loads beyond the system boundary Refurbishment Disposal Replacement B7 Operational Water use C4 Repair Waste processing for reuse, recovery or and recycling Maintenance Operational Energy use C3 Use B6 Transport B5 C2 B4 Deconstruction B3 C1 B2 Construction - Installation process Transport B1 A5 A1-A3 A4 Raw Material Supply Transport Manufacturing CONSTRUCTION BEFORE USE PROCESS Reuse Recovery Recycling potential 8
  9. 9. Assessment ,Information and Scenarios • The assessment and the information is structured and presented in INFORMATION MODULES
  10. 10. BUILDING ASSESSMENT INFORMATION SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION BEYOND THE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE INFORMATION A1 - 3 A4 - 5 LIFE CYCLE STAGE: B1 - 7 LIFE CYCLE STAGE: C1 LIFE CYCLE4 STAGE: D PRODUCT STAGE USE STAGE USE END OF LIFE STAGE AFTER USE Benefits and loads beyond the system boundary Refurbishment Disposal Replacement B7 Operational Water use C4 Repair Waste processing for reuse, recovery or and recycling Maintenance Operational Energy use C3 Use B6 Transport B5 C2 B4 Deconstruction B3 C1 B2 Construction - Installation process Transport B1 A5 A1-A3 A4 Raw Material Supply Assessment Transport & Manufacturing module Information CONSTRUCTION BEFORE USE PROCESS Reuse Recovery Recycling potential 10
  11. 11. BUILDING ASSESSMENT INFORMATION SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION BEYOND THE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE INFORMATION A1 - 3 A4 - 5 LIFE CYCLE STAGE: B1 - 7 LIFE CYCLE STAGE: C1 LIFE CYCLE4 STAGE: D PRODUCT STAGE USE STAGE USE END OF LIFE STAGE AFTER USE Benefits and loads beyond the system boundary Refurbishment Disposal Replacement B7 Operational Water use C4 Repair Waste processing for reuse, recovery or and recycling Maintenance Operational Energy use C3 Use B6 Transport B5 C2 B4 Deconstruction B3 C1 B2 Construction - Installation process Assessment & Transport Information module B1 A5 A1-A3 A4 Raw Material Supply Assessment Transport & Manufacturing module Information CONSTRUCTION BEFORE USE PROCESS Reuse Recovery Recycling potential 11
  12. 12. BUILDING ASSESSMENT INFORMATION SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION BEYOND THE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE INFORMATION A1 - 3 A4 - 5 LIFE CYCLE STAGE: B1 - 7 LIFE CYCLE STAGE: C1 LIFE CYCLE4 STAGE: D PRODUCT STAGE USE STAGE USE END OF LIFE STAGE AFTER USE Benefits and loads beyond the system boundary Refurbishment Disposal Replacement B7 Operational Water use C4 Repair Waste processing for reuse, recovery or and recycling Maintenance Operational Energy use C3 Use B6 Transport B5 C2 B4 Deconstruction B3 C1 B2 Assessment Construction - Installation process & Information module Assessment & Transport Information module B1 A5 A1-A3 A4 Raw Material Supply Assessment Transport & Manufacturing module Information CONSTRUCTION BEFORE USE PROCESS Reuse Recovery Recycling potential 12
  13. 13. BUILDING ASSESSMENT INFORMATION SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION BEYOND THE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE INFORMATION A1 - 3 A4 - 5 LIFE CYCLE STAGE: B1 - 7 LIFE CYCLE STAGE: C1 LIFE CYCLE4 STAGE: D PRODUCT STAGE USE STAGE USE END OF LIFE STAGE AFTER USE Benefits and loads beyond the system boundary Refurbishment Disposal Replacement B7 Operational Water use C4 Repair Waste processing for reuse, recovery or and recycling Maintenance Operational Energy use C3 Assessment & Use Information module B6 Transport B5 C2 B4 Deconstruction B3 C1 B2 Assessment Construction - Installation process & Information module Assessment & Transport Information module B1 A5 A1-A3 A4 Raw Material Supply Assessment Transport & Manufacturing module Information CONSTRUCTION BEFORE USE PROCESS Reuse Recovery Recycling potential 13
  14. 14. BUILDING ASSESSMENT INFORMATION SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION BEYOND THE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE INFORMATION A1 - 3 A4 - 5 LIFE CYCLE STAGE: B1 - 7 LIFE CYCLE STAGE: C1 LIFE CYCLE4 STAGE: D PRODUCT STAGE USE STAGE USE END OF LIFE STAGE AFTER USE Benefits and loads beyond the system boundary Refurbishment Disposal Replacement B7 Operational Water use C4 Repair Waste processing for reuse, recovery or and recycling Maintenance Operational Energy use C3 Assessment & Use Information module B6 Transport B5 C2 B4 Deconstruction B3 C1 B2 Assessment Construction - Installation process & Information module Assessment & Transport Information module B1 A5 A1-A3 A4 Raw Material Supply Assessment Transport & Manufacturing module Information CONSTRUCTION BEFORE USE PROCESS Reuse Recovery Recycling potential 14
  15. 15. A1-A3 Assessment Deconstruction& Information module B7 Operational Water use C1 C4 B4 C3 B3 B5 Repair Replacement Refurbishment Assessment & Disposal Information module Transport A1 - 3 B1 - 7 LIFE CYCLE STAGE: C1 LIFE CYCLE4 STAGE: D PRODUCT STAGE USE STAGE USE END OF LIFE STAGE AFTER USE Benefits and loads beyond the system boundary CONSTRUCTION BEFORE USE PROCESS Assessment & Information module Assessment Waste processing for reuse, & recovery or and recycling Information module B2 Maintenance A4 - 5 LIFE CYCLE STAGE: C2 Operational Energy use B1 Assessment & Use Information module Assessment Construction - Installation process & Information module Assessment & Transport Information module B6 A5 A4 Raw Material Supply Assessment Transport & Manufacturing module Information BUILDING ASSESSMENT INFORMATION BUILDING LIFE CYCLE INFORMATION SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION BEYOND THE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE Reuse Recovery Recycling potential 15
  16. 16. BUILDING ASSESSMENT INFORMATION SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION BEYOND THE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE INFORMATION A1 - 3 B1 - 7 LIFE CYCLE STAGE: C1 LIFE CYCLE4 STAGE: D PRODUCT STAGE USE STAGE USE END OF LIFE STAGE AFTER USE Benefits and loads beyond the system boundary Assessment & Disposal Information module After being disposed the construction products or materials might -have a Reuse Recovery future value in another Recycling life cycle potential C4 C3 Refurbishment Replacement Operational Water use Repair B7 Maintenance Operational Energy use Assessment & Use Information module B6 Assessment & Information module Assessment Waste processing for reuse, & recovery or and recycling Information module B5 Transport B4 Assessment Deconstruction& Information module B3 C1 B2 Assessment Construction - Installation process & Information module Assessment & Transport Information module B1 A5 A1-A3 A4 Raw Material Supply Assessment Transport & Manufacturing module Information CONSTRUCTION BEFORE USE PROCESS C2 A4 - 5 LIFE CYCLE STAGE: 16
  17. 17. Assessment ,Information and Scenarios • The assessment and the information is structured and presented in INFORMATION MODULES • Scenarios are ESSENTIAL specifications to each information module
  18. 18. BUILDING ASSESSMENT INFORMATION SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION BEYOND THE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE INFORMATION USE STAGE END OF LIFE STAGE Benefits and loads beyond the system boundary B6 Operational Energy use Transport Waste processing for reuse, recovery or and recycling Disposal B7 Operational Water use C2 C3 C4 B5 Deconstruction B4 C1 B3 Construction - Installation process B2 A5 A4 A1-A3 B1 Refurbishment CONSTRUCTION PROCESS Replacement PRODUCT STAGE Repair D Maintenance C1 - 4 Use B1 - 7 Transport A4 - 5 Raw Material Supply Transport Manufacturing A1 - 3 A scenario to each of the life cycle stages – A scenario to each of the information modules Reuse - A scenario for info Recovery Recycling -the beyond potential product/building life cycle stage 18
  19. 19. BUILDING ASSESSMENT INFORMATION SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION BEYOND THE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE INFORMATION USE STAGE END OF LIFE STAGE Benefits and loads beyond the system boundary B6 Operational Energy use Transport Waste processing for reuse, recovery or and recycling Disposal B7 Operational Water use C2 C3 C4 B5 Deconstruction B4 C1 B3 Construction - Installation process B2 A5 A4 A1-A3 B1 Refurbishment CONSTRUCTION PROCESS Replacement PRODUCT STAGE Repair D Maintenance C1 - 4 Use B1 - 7 Transport A4 - 5 Raw Material Supply Transport Manufacturing A1 - 3 Reuse Recovery Recycling potential
  20. 20. EN16309 = 1st. Generation of the standard. The conditions, for making a European standard on the social performance assessment, could not be met yet for taking into account all life cycle stages EN16309 ONLY PROVIDES THE METHODOLOGY FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF THE USE STAGE
  21. 21. SOCIAL PERFORMANCE BUILDING ASSESSMENT INFORMATION SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION BEYOND THE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE INFORMATION B1 - 7 C1 - 4 D PRODUCT STAGE CONSTRUCTION PROCESS USE STAGE END OF LIFE STAGE Benefits and loads beyond the system boundary Disposal Refurbishment B7 Operational Water use C4 Replacement Waste processing for reuse, recovery or and recycling Repair Operational Energy use C3 Maintenance B6 Transport B5 C2 B4 Deconstruction B3 C1 B2 Construction - Installation process B1 Use USE STAGE A5 A4 A1-A3 Transport A4 - 5 Raw Material Supply Transport Manufacturing A1 - 3 Reuse Recovery Recycling potential
  22. 22. SOCIAL PERFORMANCE BUILDING ASSESSMENT INFORMATION SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION BEYOND THE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE INFORMATION A1 - 3 A4 - 5 B1 - 7 C1 - 4 D PRODUCT STAGE CONSTRUCTION PROCESS USE STAGE END OF LIFE STAGE Benefits and loads beyond the system boundary Waste processing for reuse, recovery or and recycling Disposal C4 C2 C3 Transport Operational Water use Repair B7 Maintenance Operational Energy use Use B6 Deconstruction B5 C1 B4 Refurbishment B3 Replacement B2 Construction - Installation process Transport B1 A5 A1-A3 A4 Raw Material Supply Transport Manufacturing 7 information modules USE STAGE Info Module USE is most important but can only functionReuse - with Recovery Recycling maintenance, repair,potential etc.
  23. 23. Identify Purpose of Goal building-related aspects for the fabric Step 1 the Assessment Intended Use user- and control system-related aspects accessibility Step 2 health comfort Specification of the Object of Assessment security safety social building-performance indicators4 clause Functional Equivalent Reference Study Period System Boundary Object of Assessment relevant for the operation of the building health comfort clause 5 safety security adaptability Step 3 Scenarios for the impact neighbourhood Building Use Stage Object of Assessment – Time related characteristics impact neighbourhood Scenarios for the information modules B1 and B2 – B7 Step 4 Evaluating aspects and indicators Checklist clause 6 clause 7, 8 Annex B 23
  24. 24. building-related aspects for the fabric Accessibility Access to building services Accessibility for people with specific needs Safety and Security Resistance to climate change Accidental actions (earthquake, explosions, fire and traffic impacts Personal safety and security against intruders and vandalism Security against interruptions of utility supply Health & Comfort Thermal characteristics Adaptability Characteristics of indoor air quality Acoustic characteristics Impact on neighbourhood Characteristics of visual comfort Noise Spatial characteristics Emissions Glare/overshadowing Shocks / vibrations 24
  25. 25. user- and control system-related aspects relevant for the operation of the building Health & Comfort Thermal comfort Indoor air quality Visual comfort Safety and Security Security against intruders and vandalism Impact on neighbourhood Emissions 25
  26. 26. Identify Purpose of Goal building-related aspects for the fabric Step 1 the Assessment Intended Use user- and control system-related aspects accessibility Step 2 social building-performance indicators4 clause Functional Equivalent Reference Study Period System Boundary Object of Assessment health comfort Specification of the Object of Assessment security safety relevant for the operation of the building health comfort clause 5 safety security adaptability Step 3 Scenarios for the impact neighbourhood Building Use Stage Object of Assessment – Time related characteristics impact neighbourhood Scenarios for the information modules B1 and B2 – B7 Step 4 Evaluating aspects and indicators Checklist clause 6 clause 7, 8 Annex B Start assessment of aspect Is the aspect relevant for the design of the object of assessment? no yes Guided by a checklist stop assessment of aspect Is there a regional, national or European requirement or a client requirement yes no Follow the methodology in clause 7.2-7.7 Follow the methodology in clause 7.2-7.7 Specify the minimum requirement and/or give details of client’s requirement is the indicator assessed ? Evaluating indicators per information module B1-B7 no Have measures been taken exceeding the requirement ? yes no yes Describe measures that have been taken Report obtained performance and references Describe measures that have been taken Report obtained performance and references Report obtained performance and references Justify INA Report INA Justify Mark as NR (not relevant) Report for all aspects- all indicators 26
  27. 27. Annex B - Table for Module B 1: checklist on the social indicators for the information module "Use stage" Module B1 Clause 7.2 – 7.7 indicators for the aspect related to social performance as listed in Table 1 in clause 7.1  the indicators 1-16 are buildingrelated aspects for the fabric  the indicators 17-21 are user- and control system-related aspects relevant for the operation of the building Aspect Accessibility, see 7.2 1. Accessibility for people with specific needs (see 7.2.2) 2. Access to building services see 7.2.3 Aspect Adaptability, see 7.3 3. Adaptability Aspect Health and comfort, see 7.4 4. Thermal characteristics, see 7.4.2.1 5. Characteristics of indoor air quality, see 7.4.3.1 6. Acoustic characteristics, see 7.4.4 7. Characteristics of visual comfort, see 7.4.5.1 a b c Is the aspect relevant for the design of the object of assessment ? Is there a nationalregional or European requirement applicable ? (yes/no) (yes/no) If yes - give reference to the relevant regulation) Specify the minimum requirement according the prevailing regulation or if not regulated give details of any requirements made in the clients brief d Have measures been taken for exceeding the requirements given in c) yes/no) e f Give value for indicator or briefly specify measures taken to achieve the stated performance ? Give Reference to relevant documentation to support e)
  28. 28. Annex B - Table for Module B 1: checklist on the social indicators for the information module a b Module stage" "Use B1 Module B1 Clause 7.2 – 7.7 indicators for the aspect related to social performance as listed in Table 1 in clause 7.1  the indicators 1-16 are buildingrelated aspects for the fabric  the indicators 17-21 are user- and control system-related aspects relevant for the operation of the building Aspect Accessibility, see 7.2 1. Accessibility for people with specific needs (see 7.2.2) 2. Access to building services see 7.2.3 a Clause b Is the aspect there 7.2 –Is7.7 a nationalrelevant for regional or c f Is the aspect e Is there a national- Specify Specify the minimum Have measures Give value for indicator relevant for specify measuresor Give Reference to requirem regional relevant documentation to or requirement according been taken for briefly the prev the designindicators for the aspect related to exceeding the design ofachieveEuropean of European the prevailing the taken to the support e) the object of requirement regulation or if not requirements stated performance ? requirement regulatio social performanceregulated give details given in c) the object of as listed in Table 1 assessment ? applicable ? of any requirements assessment ? applicable ? regulate (yes/no) in clause 7.1 (yes/no) made in the clients yes/no) If yes - give of any re brief (yes/no) (yes/no)  thereference to the 1-17 are buildingindicators made in relevant regulation) If yes - give related aspects for the fabric brief reference to the  the indicators 18-22 are user- and relevant regulation) control system-related aspects relevant for the operation of the building Aspect Accessibility, see 7.2 Aspect Adaptability, see 7.3 3. Adaptability Aspect Health and comfort, see 7.4 4. Thermal characteristics, see 7.4.2.1 5. Characteristics of indoor air quality, see 7.4.3.1 6. Acoustic characteristics, see 7.4.4 7. Characteristics of visual comfort, see 7.4.5.1 1. Accessibility for people with specific needs (see 7.2.2) 2. Access to building services see 7.2.3 Aspect Adaptability, see 7.3 3. Adaptability Aspect Health and comfort, see 7.4 d
  29. 29. Clause Is the aspect Is there a national- Specify th 7.2 – B 1: checklist on the social indicators for the information modulerequireme 7.7 relevant for regional or Annex B - Table for Module the design of European the prevai "Use stage" indicators for the aspect related to the object of regulation asocial performance as listed in Table 1 b c d erequirement f Module B1 assessment value forapplicableGive Reference to regulated ? ? in clause 7.1national- Specify the minimum Have measures Clause Is the aspect Is there a Give indicator or 7.2 – 7.7 of any relevant for regional or requirement according been taken for specify measures (yes/no) brieflyto achieve the (yes/no) relevant documentation to req Aspect Accessibility, see 7.2  of European are buildingthe design the indicators 1-17the prevailing exceeding the taken support e) indicators for the aspect related to made in th requirement or if stated performance ? 1. social performance people with specific the object of Accessibility for as listed in Table 1 If yes - give related aspects forregulation give details requirements the fabricnot assessment ? applicable ? regulated given in c) brief in clause(see 7.2.2) needs 7.1 of reference to the (yes/no) the indicators 18-22 any requirements (yes/no) are the clientsand yes/no) user the indicators 1-16 are buildingmade in 2. Accessaspects for the fabric If yes - give relevant regulation) related to building services brief control system-related aspects see 7.2.3  the indicators 17-21 are user- and control system-related aspects Aspect Adaptability, see 7.3 relevant for the operation of the building 3. Adaptability Aspect Accessibility, see 7.2 Aspect Health and comfort, see 7.4 1. Accessibility for people with specific 4. Thermal(see 7.2.2) characteristics, needs see 7.4.2.1 2. Access to building services 5. Characteristics of indoor air quality, see 7.2.3 see 7.4.3.1 Aspect Adaptability, see 7.3 6. Acoustic characteristics, 3. Adaptability see 7.4.4 Aspect Health and comfort, see 7.4 7. Characteristics of visual comfort, 4. Thermal characteristics, see 7.4.5.1 see 7.4.2.1 8. Spatial characteristics, 5. Characteristics of indoor air quality, see 7.4.6 see 7.4.3.1 Impacts on neighbourhood, see 7.5 6. Acoustic characteristics, see 7.4.4 9. Noise, see 7.5.2 7. Characteristics of visual comfort, see 7.4.5.1 10. Emissions, reference to the relevant regulation) relevant for the operation of the building Aspect Accessibility, see 7.2 1. Accessibility for people with specific needs (see 7.2.2) 2. Access to building services see 7.2.3 Aspect Adaptability, see 7.3 3. Adaptability Aspect Health and comfort, see 7.4 4. Thermal characteristics, see 7.4.2.1
  30. 30. Clause Is the aspect Is there a national- Specify th 7.2 – B 1: checklist on the social indicators for the information modulerequireme 7.7 relevant for regional or Annex B - Table for Module 5. Characteristics of indoor air quality, the design of European the prevai "Use stage" indicators for the aspect related to see 7.4.3.1 the object of regulation asocial performance as listed in Table 1 b c d erequirement f Module B1 6. Acoustic characteristics, assessment value forapplicableGive Reference to regulated ? ? see 7.4.4 in clause 7.1national- Specify the minimum Have measures Clause Is the aspect Is there a Give indicator or 7.2 – 7.7 of any relevant for regional or requirement according been taken for specify measures (yes/no) brieflyto achieve the (yes/no) relevant documentation to req 7. Characteristics of visual comfort,  of European are buildingthe design the indicators 1-17the prevailing exceeding the taken support e) indicators for the aspect related to made in th see 7.4.5.1 the object of requirement or if stated performance ? social performance as listed in Table 1 If yes - give related aspects forregulation give details requirements the fabricnot assessment ? applicable ? regulated given in c) brief clause characteristics, 8. inSpatial 7.1 of reference to the (yes/no) the indicators 18-22 any requirements (yes/no) are the clientsand yes/no) user see indicators 1-16 are buildingthe 7.4.6 made in If yes - give relevant regulation) related aspects for the fabric brief control system-related aspects 4. Thermal characteristics, see 7.4.2.1 Impacts on neighbourhood, see 7.5  the indicators 17-21 are user- and control 9. Noise, system-related aspects relevant for the operation of the see 7.5.2 building 10. Emissions, Aspect Accessibility, see 7.2 see 7.5.3 1. Accessibility for people with specific 11. Glare/overshadowing, needs (see 7.2.2) see 7.5.4 2. Access to building services see 7.2.3 12. shocks / vibrations, see 7.5.5 Aspect Adaptability, see 7.3 reference to the relevant regulation) relevant for the operation of the building Aspect Accessibility, see 7.2 1. Accessibility for people with specific needs (see 7.2.2) Aspect Safety and security, see 7.7 3. Adaptability 2. Access to building services see 7.2.3 13. Resistance to climate change,7.4 Aspect Health and comfort, see see 7.7.2 Aspect Adaptability, see 7.3 4. Thermal characteristics, see 7.4.2.1 14. Accidental actions (earthquake, explosions, fire of indoor air quality, 5. Characteristics and traffic impacts), see 7.7.3 see 7.4.3.1 6. Acoustic characteristics, 15. Personal safety and security see 7.4.4 against intruders and vandalism, see 7.7.4 7. Characteristics of visual comfort, see 7.4.5.1 16. Security against interruptions of utility supply, see 7.7.5 3. Adaptability Aspect Health and comfort, see 7.4 4. Thermal characteristics, see 7.4.2.1
  31. 31. Clause Is the aspect Is there a national- Specify th 7.2 – B 1: checklist on the social indicators for the information modulerequireme 7.7 relevant for regional or Annex B - Table for Module 10. Emissions, the design of European the prevai "Use stage" indicators for the aspect related to see 7.5.3 the object of regulation asocial performance as listed in Table 1 b c d erequirement f Module 11. Glare/overshadowing, B1 assessment value forapplicableGive Reference to regulated ? ? see 7.5.4 in clause 7.1national- Specify the minimum Have measures Clause Is the aspect Is there a Give indicator or 7.2 – 7.7 of any relevant for regional or requirement according been taken for specify measures (yes/no) brieflyto achieve the (yes/no) relevant documentation to req 12. shocks / vibrations,  of European are buildingthe design the indicators 1-17the prevailing exceeding the taken support e) indicators for the aspect related to made in th see 7.5.5 the object of requirement or if stated performance ? social performance as listed in Table 1 If yes - give related aspects forregulation give details requirements the fabricnot assessment ? applicable ? regulated given in c) brief in clause 7.1 Aspect Safety and security, see 7.7 of reference to the (yes/no) the indicators 18-22 any requirements (yes/no) are the clientsand yes/no) user the indicators 1-16 are buildingmade in 13. Resistance to climatefabric If yes - give relevant regulation) related aspects for the change, see brief control system-related aspects 9. Noise, see 7.5.2  7.7.2 the indicators 17-21 are user- and control system-related aspects 14. Accidental actions (earthquake, relevant for the operation of the explosions, fire and traffic impacts), building reference to the relevant regulation) relevant for the operation of the building see 7.7.3 Aspect Accessibility, see 7.2 15. Personal safety and security 1. Accessibility for people with specific against intruders and vandalism, needs (see see 7.7.4 7.2.2) 2. Access to building services 16. Security against interruptions of see 7.2.3 Aspect Accessibility, see 7.2 1. Accessibility for people with specific needs (see 7.2.2) utility supply, see 7.7.5 Aspect Health and comfort, see 7.4 3. Adaptability 2. Access to building services see 7.2.3 17. Thermal comfort, comfort, see 7.4 Aspect Health and see 7.4.2.2 Aspect Adaptability, see 7.3 Aspect Adaptability, see 7.3 4. Thermal characteristics, see 7.4.2.1 18. Indoor air quality, see 7.4.3.2 5. Characteristics of indoor air quality, see comfort, 19. Visual7.4.3.1 see 7.4.5.2 6. Acoustic characteristics, see 7.4.4 Impacts on neighbourhood, see 7.5 7. Characteristics of visual comfort, 20. Emissions, see 7.4.5.1 see 7.5.3.1 3. Adaptability Aspect Health and comfort, see 7.4 4. Thermal characteristics, see 7.4.2.1
  32. 32. Annex B - Table for Module B 1: checklist on the social indicators for the information module "Use stage" Module B1 Module B1 Clause 7.2 – 7.7 indicators for the aspect related to social performance as listed in Table 1 in clause 7.1  the indicators 1-16 are buildingfor the aspect related to related aspects for the fabric formance as listed in Table 1  the indicators 17-21 are user- and 7.1 control system-related aspects relevant for the operation of the cators building are building1-17 aspects for the fabric 7.2 Aspect Accessibility, see 1. Accessibility for people and cators 18-22 are user- with specific needs (see 7.2.2) system-related aspects 2. Access to building services for thesee 7.2.3 operation of the Aspect Adaptability, see 7.3 3. Adaptability ccessibility, see 7.2 Aspect Health and comfort, see 7.4 sibility for people with specific 4. Thermal characteristics, see 7.4.2.1 (see 7.2.2) 5. Characteristics of indoor air quality, see 7.4.3.1 s to building services 2.3 6. Acoustic characteristics, see 7.4.4 7. Characteristics of visual daptability, see 7.3 comfort, see 7.4.5.1 a a Is the aspect b c b Specify the minimum Is there a nationalrelevant for regional or requirement according the design aspect the nationalIs the of European Is there aprevailing the object of requirement regulation or if not relevant applicable ? regional or give details assessment ? for regulated of any (yes/no) the design(yes/no) European requirements of made in the clients If yes - giverequirement the object of brief reference to the assessment ? regulation) relevant applicable ? (yes/no) (yes/no) If yes - give reference to the relevant regulation) d e f c Have measures d Give Reference to Give value for indicator or been taken for briefly specify measures relevant documentation to exceeding the taken to the support e) Specify the minimum achieveHave measures Give val requirements stated performance ? requirement according been taken for briefly sp given in c) the prevailing yes/no) regulation or if not regulated give details of any requirements made in the clients brief exceeding the requirements given in c) yes/no) taken to stated p
  33. 33. Annex B - Table for Module B 1: checklist on the social indicators for the information module "Use stage" dule B1 Clause Module B1 a a Is the aspect b b Is there a national- c d c Have measures Specify the minimum 7.2 – 7.7 relevant for regional or requirement according been taken for the design the exceeding the Is the aspect of Is Europeana national-prevailing there Specify the minimum indicators for the aspect related to the object of requirement regulation or if not requirements social performance as listed in Table 1 relevant assessment ? regional or for applicable ? regulatedrequirement according give details given in c) in clause 7.1 of any requirements (yes/no) (yes/no) the design of European the prevailing the indicators spect related to1-16 are buildingmade in the clients yes/no) If yes - give related aspects for the fabric the requirement regulation or if not brief as listed in Table 1 user- andobject of reference to the  the indicators 17-21 are assessment ? applicable ? regulated give details relevant regulation) control system-related aspects relevant for the operation of the of any requirements (yes/no) (yes/no) 7 are building building- or the fabric Aspect Accessibility, see 7.2 1. user- and people with specific for 22 are Accessibility7.2.2) needs (see lated aspects 2. Access to building services peration of the see 7.2.3 Aspect Adaptability, see 7.3 3. Adaptability lity, see 7.2 Aspect Health and comfort, see 7.4 people with characteristics, 4. Thermal specific see 7.4.2.1 2) 5. Characteristics of indoor air quality, see 7.4.3.1 ng services 6. Acoustic characteristics, see 7.4.4 7. ty, seeCharacteristics of visual comfort, 7.3 see 7.4.5.1 If yes - give reference to the relevant regulation) made in the clients brief e d Give value for indicator or briefly specify measures taken to achieve the Have measures stated performance ? been taken for exceeding the requirements given in c) yes/no) f e Give Reference to relevant documentation to supportGive value for e) ind briefly specify me taken to achieve stated performan
  34. 34. 1 Annex B - Table for Module B 1: checklist on the social indicators for the information module "Use stage" Module B1 Clause 7.2 – 7.7 a Is the related to indicators for the aspectaspect social performance as listed in Table 1 relevant for in clause 7.1 the are building ted to the indicators 1-16design of related aspects for the fabric of the object in Table indicators 17-21 are user- and 1  the assessment ? control system-related aspects relevant for the operation of the ding- building (yes/no) ic Aspect Accessibility, see 7.2 1. for people with specific er- andAccessibility7.2.2) needs (see ects 2. Access to building services f the see 7.2.3 .2 Aspect Adaptability, see 7.3 3. Adaptability Aspect Health and comfort, see 7.4 ith specific characteristics, 4. Thermal es 3 see 7.4.2.1 5. Characteristics of indoor air quality, see 7.4.3.1 6. Acoustic characteristics, see 7.4.4 7. Characteristics of visual comfort, see 7.4.5.1 a b b Is the aspect c d c Specify the minimum e d Give value for indicator or f e Give Reference to Is there a nationalHave measures relevant for regional or requirement according been taken for briefly specify measures relevant documentation to the design a European the prevailing exceeding the taken to achieve the Give support e) Is thereof national- Specify the minimum Have measures value for indicator or the object of requirement regulation or if not requirements stated performance ? regional ? applicable ? requirement according in c) been taken for briefly specify measures assessment or regulated give details given (yes/no) European (yes/no) the of any requirements prevailing exceeding the taken to achieve the made in the clients yes/no) If yes - give requirement regulation or if not requirements stated performance ? brief reference to the applicable ?relevant regulation) regulated give details given in c) (yes/no) If yes - give reference to the relevant regulation) of any requirements made in the clients brief yes/no)
  35. 35. 1 c Annex B - Table for Module B 1: checklist on the social indicators for the information module "Use stage" Clause 7.2 – 7.7 a Module B1 a b the aspect Is relevant for Is the aspect related to nationalindicators for the aspect Is there a the design of the object of social performance as listed in Table 1 relevant for regional or assessment ? in clause 7.1 the design 1-16 are buildingEuropean (yes/no)  the indicators of related aspects for the object of the fabric requirement  the indicators 17-21 are user- and assessment ? aspects applicable ? control system-related relevant for of the (yes/no) the operation(yes/no) building Aspect Accessibility, seeIf yes - give 7.2 reference to the 1. Accessibility for people with specific needs (see 7.2.2) relevant regulation) 2. Access to building services see 7.2.3 Aspect Adaptability, see 7.3 3. Adaptability Aspect Health and comfort, see 7.4 4. Thermal characteristics, see 7.4.2.1 5. Characteristics of indoor air quality, see 7.4.3.1 6. Acoustic characteristics, see 7.4.4 7. Characteristics of visual comfort, see 7.4.5.1 b c Is there a national- c d d Have measures Specify the minimum regional or requirement according been taken for European the prevailing exceeding the Specify the minimum Have measures requirement regulation or if not requirements requirement according details given in c) for been taken applicable ? regulated give (yes/no) the prevailingof any requirements exceeding the made in the clients yes/no) If regulation or if not yes - give requirements brief reference to the regulated give details given in c) relevant regulation) of any requirements made in the clients brief yes/no) e f e Give Reference to Give value for indicator or briefly specify measures relevant documentation to taken to achieve the Give value for support e) or indicator Give stated performance ? briefly specify measures taken to achieve the stated performance ? R relevan suppor
  36. 36. a Annex B - Table for Module B 1: checklist on the social indicators for the information module "Use stage" Module B1 Clause 7.2 – 7.7 b spect Is the aspect nationalindicators forthere a related to social performance as listed in Table 1 t for in clauseregional or 7.1 ign of the indicators 1-16 are buildingEuropean  aspects for the fabric ect of related requirement  the indicators 17-21 are user- and ment ? applicable ? control system-related aspects ) relevant for the operation of the (yes/no) building If yes - give Aspect Accessibility, see 7.2 reference to the 1. Accessibility for people with specific needs (see 7.2.2) regulation) relevant 2. Access to building services see 7.2.3 Aspect Adaptability, see 7.3 3. Adaptability Aspect Health and comfort, see 7.4 4. Thermal characteristics, see 7.4.2.1 5. Characteristics of indoor air quality, see 7.4.3.1 6. Acoustic characteristics, see 7.4.4 7. Characteristics of visual comfort, see 7.4.5.1 a b c Is there a national- Is the aspect relevant for regional or the design of the minimum Specify European the object of requirement requirement according assessment ? applicable ? (yes/no) (yes/no) the prevailing regulation If yes - not or if give reference to the regulated give details relevant regulation) of any requirements made in the clients brief c d Specify the minimum d e e Give value for indicator or f f Have measures Give Reference to requirement according been taken for briefly specify measures relevant documentation to the prevailing exceeding the taken for indicator or support e) Reference to Have measures Give value to achieve the Give regulation or if not requirements stated performance ? been taken relevant document regulated give detailsfor given in c) briefly specify measures of exceeding the any requirements taken to achieve the support e) made in the clients yes/no) requirements stated performance ? brief given in c) yes/no)
  37. 37. Annex B - Table for Module B 1: checklist on the social indicators for the information module "Use stage" b Module B1 Clause 7.2 – 7.7 c a Is the aspect relevant for the design re a national- the aspect related to minimum of Specify the indicators for the object social performance as listed in Table 1 nal orin clause 7.1 requirement accordingof ? assessment ean  the indicators 1-16 areprevailing (yes/no) the buildingementrelated aspects for the fabric or if not regulation  the indicators 17-21 are user- and able ?control system-related aspects give details regulated of any requirements relevant for the operation of the no) building made in the clients - give Aspect Accessibility, see 7.2 brief nce to the 1. Accessibility for people with specific needs (see ant regulation) 7.2.2) 2. Access to building services see 7.2.3 Aspect Adaptability, see 7.3 3. Adaptability Aspect Health and comfort, see 7.4 4. Thermal characteristics, see 7.4.2.1 5. Characteristics of indoor air quality, see 7.4.3.1 6. Acoustic characteristics, see 7.4.4 7. Characteristics of visual comfort, see 7.4.5.1 b d c e d e f f Is there a national- Specify the minimum Have measures Give value for indicator or Give Reference to regional or requirement according been taken for briefly specify measures relevant documentation to European the exceeding the support Have measures prevailing Give value for indicator taken to achieve the or Give Reference to e) requirement regulation or if not requirements stated performance ? been taken for regulated give details specify measures briefly given in c) relevant documentation to applicable ? exceeding the of any requirements to achieve the taken support e) (yes/no) made in the clients yes/no) If yes - give requirements brief stated performance ? reference to the given in c) relevant regulation) yes/no)
  38. 38. Clause Is the aspect Is there a national- Specify th 7.2 – B 1: checklist on the social indicators for the information modulerequireme 7.7 relevant for regional or Annex B - Table for Module the design of European the prevai "Use stage" indicators for the aspect related to the object of regulation asocial performance as listed in Table 1 b c d erequirement f Module B1 assessment value forapplicableGive Reference to regulated ? ? in clause 7.1national- Specify the minimum Have measures Clause Is the aspect Is there a Give indicator or 7.2 – 7.7 of any relevant for regional or requirement according been taken for specify measures (yes/no) brieflyto achieve the (yes/no) relevant documentation to req Aspect Accessibility, see 7.2  of European are buildingthe design the indicators 1-17the prevailing exceeding the taken support e) indicators for the aspect related to made in th requirement or if stated performance ? 1. social performance people with specific the object of Accessibility for as listed in Table 1 If yes - give related aspects forregulation give details requirements the fabricnot assessment ? applicable ? regulated given in c) brief in clause(see 7.2.2) needs 7.1 of reference to the (yes/no) the indicators 18-22 any requirements (yes/no) are the clientsand yes/no) user the indicators 1-16 are buildingmade in 2. Accessaspects for the fabric If yes - give relevant regulation) related to building services brief control system-related aspects see 7.2.3  the indicators 17-21 are user- and control system-related aspects Aspect Adaptability, see 7.3 relevant for the operation of the building 3. Adaptability reference to the relevant regulation) relevant for the operation of the building Aspect Accessibility, see 7.2 Aspect Health and comfort, see 7.4 Aspect Accessibility, see 7.2 1. Accessibility for people with specific 4. Thermal(see 7.2.2) characteristics, needs INDOOR AIR QUALITY 1. Accessibility for people with specific needs (see 7.2.2) see 7.4.2.1 2. Access to building services 5. Characteristics of indoor air quality, see 7.2.3 see 7.4.3.1 Aspect Adaptability, see 7.3 6. Acoustic characteristics, 3. Adaptability see 7.4.4 Aspect Health and comfort, see 7.4 7. Characteristics of visual comfort, 4. Thermal characteristics, see 7.4.5.1 see 7.4.2.1 8. Spatial characteristics, 5. Characteristics of indoor air quality, see 7.4.6 see 7.4.3.1 Impacts on neighbourhood, see 7.5 6. Acoustic characteristics, see 7.4.4 9. Noise, see 7.5.2 7. Characteristics of visual comfort, see 7.4.5.1 10. Emissions, 2. Access to building services see 7.2.3 Aspect Adaptability, see 7.3 3. Adaptability Aspect Health and comfort, see 7.4 4. Thermal characteristics, see 7.4.2.1
  39. 39. 7.4.3.1. Building fabric-related characteristics of indoor air quality The building fabric-aspect of indoor air quality depends on a wide range of factors: e.g. .............. The indoor air quality can also depend on the presence of other products (furniture, fixtures and fittings, floor coverings etc.) that are not building-related. For the assessment of indoor air quality the following indicators shall be assessed: • Substances and particles which are regulated and/or stated in the clients brief. Additional substances and particles can be assessed where appropriate. • Concentration of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) above the external ambient CO2 concentration [ppm] according to EN 15251; • Ventilation rate in accordance to EN 15251 [e.g. l/s/person or l/s/m 3]; • Risk of mould growth based on internal surface temperature and relative humidity according to EN-ISO 13788;
  40. 40. Clause Is the aspect Is there a national- Specify th 7.2 – B 1: checklist on the social indicators for the information modulerequireme 7.7 relevant for regional or Annex B - Table for Module 10. Emissions, the design of European the prevai "Use stage" indicators for the aspect related to see 7.5.3 the object of regulation asocial performance as listed in Table 1 b c d erequirement f Module 11. Glare/overshadowing, B1 assessment value forapplicableGive Reference to regulated ? ? see 7.5.4 in clause 7.1national- Specify the minimum Have measures Clause Is the aspect Is there a Give indicator or 7.2 – 7.7 of any relevant for regional or requirement according been taken for specify measures (yes/no) brieflyto achieve the (yes/no) relevant documentation to req 12. shocks / vibrations,  of European are buildingthe design the indicators 1-17the prevailing exceeding the taken support e) indicators for the aspect related to made in th see 7.5.5 the object of requirement or if stated performance ? social performance as listed in Table 1 If yes - give related aspects forregulation give details requirements the fabricnot assessment ? applicable ? regulated given in c) brief in clause 7.1 Aspect Safety and security, see 7.7 of reference to the (yes/no) the indicators 18-22 any requirements (yes/no) are the clientsand yes/no) user the indicators 1-16 are buildingmade in 13. Resistance to climatefabric If yes - give relevant regulation) related aspects for the change, see brief control system-related aspects 9. Noise, see 7.5.2  7.7.2 the indicators 17-21 are user- and control system-related aspects 14. Accidental actions (earthquake, relevant for the operation of the explosions, fire and traffic impacts), building reference to the relevant regulation) relevant for the operation of the building see 7.7.3 Aspect Accessibility, see 7.2 15. Personal safety and security 1. Accessibility for people with specific against intruders and vandalism, needs (see see 7.7.4 7.2.2) 2. Access to building services 16. Security against interruptions of see 7.2.3 utility supply, see 7.7.5 Aspect Accessibility, see 7.2 1. Accessibility for people with specific needs (see 7.2.2) INDOOR AIR QUALITY Aspect Health and comfort, see 7.4 3. Adaptability 2. Access to building services see 7.2.3 17. Thermal comfort, comfort, see 7.4 Aspect Health and see 7.4.2.2 Aspect Adaptability, see 7.3 Aspect Adaptability, see 7.3 4. Thermal characteristics, see 7.4.2.1 18. Indoor air quality, see 7.4.3.2 5. Characteristics of indoor air quality, see comfort, 19. Visual7.4.3.1 see 7.4.5.2 6. Acoustic characteristics, see 7.4.4 Impacts on neighbourhood, see 7.5 7. Characteristics of visual comfort, 20. Emissions, see 7.4.5.1 see 7.5.3.1 3. Adaptability Aspect Health and comfort, see 7.4 4. Thermal characteristics, see 7.4.2.1
  41. 41. 7.4.3.2 User and control system-related aspects of indoor air quality The level of controllability of the indoor air quality per room and of the building shall be assessed according to the following measures: • Is there control of ventilation at a building level? [yes/no]; • Is there control of ventilation by users with automatic control and/or with manual override by users? [yes/no]. • Is there measurement and display of CO2-level in individual rooms ? [yes/no]; • Is there measurement and display of humidity in the building and/or individual rooms ? [yes/no]; For each of the above indicators the selected basis of design shall be briefly stated together with reference to supporting documents.
  42. 42. Thank you ! Chris Hamans esc@hamans.com http://www.hamans.com 42

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