Taking corrective action doesn’t necessarily require that you make making large changes or investments. Corrective action is more likely to consist of fairly minor activities like checking and adjusting temperature setpoints, adding task lighting, or educating occupants. You should take meaningful steps to try and remedy the problems identified through the survey, but you’re not expected to make wholesale changes to building systems or infrastructure. See Step 4 under the Step-By-Step Guidance section in the Reference Guide for additional information on corrective action.
What if the corrective action component of the credit is too costly for us? We don’t want to attempt this credit and then find out we’re not able to earn it because corrective action is too expensive.