Many workplaces can be modified to enable people with chemical sensitivity or MCS to keep (or start) working there. Some changes, such as using different cleaning products, may involve little or no extra cost. Financial assistance for other workplace modifications may be available from the Employment Assistance Fund.


Job Access (Australian Government) Multiple chemical sensitivity syndrome
On the same website see Managing sensitivity to chemicals and odours

Victorian Trades Hall Council Multiple Chemical Sensitivity

SafeWork SA Multiple Chemical Sensitivity in the Australian workplace: Policy directions for SafeWork SA

From the U.S. Department of Labor’s Job Accommodation Network:
Employees with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) and Environmental Illness (EI)
Employees with Fragrance Sensitivity


A thorough indoor air quality policy, including fragrance sources:
United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Indoor Environmental Quality Policy