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Indoor air teams

The assignments of the city’s indoor air team include:

• developing solution processes for indoor air problems
• defining shared operating methods and distribution of work
• monitoring the investigations related to indoor air problems and the development of operating methods, and spreading related information.

The permanent secretary of the City of Helsinki decided on appointing the current team and its members on 24 May 2018. The members of the city’s indoor air team are:

Sari Hildén (chair), Built Property Manager
Urban Environment Division
Anna Saarinen (vice president), Team Manager
Urban Environment Division / indoor air team
Anni Turunen (secretary), Project Planner
Urban Environment Division / indoor air team
Taija Hämäläinen, Occupational Health and Safety Manager
City Executive Office
Satu Perttunen, Occupational Health and Safety Representative
City Executive Office
Marjaana Saarela, Service Manager
Occupational Health Helsinki
Mauno Kemppi, Facility Services Manager
Education Sector
Jari Mäenmaa, Occupational Health and Safety Manager
Education Sector
Jukka Forsman, Development Manager
Urban Environment Division / Construction
Pasi Lönnberg, Unit Manager
Urban Environment Division / Maintenance
Tomi Marjamäki, Manager of the Building Services Engineering Unit
Urban Environment Division / Building control services
Toni Lyyski, Team Manager
Urban Environment Division / Environmental services
Kirsi Teittinen, Occupational Health and Safety Manager
Urban Environment Division
Matti Kuusela, Facility Services Manager
Culture and Leisure Sector
Markus Terämaa, Occupational Health and Safety Manager
Culture and Leisure Sector
Tuula Salmivaara-Pesonen, School Health Care Manager
Social Services and Health Care Division
Kati Hynninen, facilities specialist
Social Services and Health Care Division
Aila Hyvönen, Occupational Health and Safety Manager
Social Services and Health Care Division

Sector-specific indoor air teams

The sector-specific indoor air teams of the City of Helsinki are teams consisting of experts in various fields and representatives of the users of the facilities, who are appointed to the task of monitoring that the solution processes for indoor air problems at various sites proceed in the agreed manner. The sector-specific indoor air teams are:

• Education Sector indoor air team (chair Jari Mäenmaa)
• Social Services and Health Care Division indoor air team (chair Aila Hyvönen)
• Culture and Leisure Sector indoor air team (chair Markus Terämaa)

For further information on the roles of the various actors, please refer to: how will the investigation of indoor air problems proceeds »




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15.01.2020 17:06