Workplace Exposure Monitoring

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What is it and why do you need it?

Essentially it is required to protect workers health under the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH 2002).

Every workplace needs to be responsible for it workers. These maybe workers directly involved in an activity such as cutting, grinding, sanding, welding or in another process which gives rise to dust, aerosol or other potentially hazardous substances. There are also workers who may be exposed by simply moving through areas of work, so it may also be important to understand the wider picture of dust and aerosol movement across a whole workplace. Exposure may not be visible, it may be audible or from an electromagnetic field and there may be a cross over into indoor air quality or sick building syndrome. Monitoring needs to look at air flow, humidity and temperature.

Every workplace needs to be responsible for it workers. These maybe workers directly involved in an activity such as cutting, grinding, sanding, welding or in another process which gives rise to dust, aerosol or other potentially hazardous substances. There are also workers who may be exposed by simply moving through areas of work, so it may also be important to understand the wider picture of dust and aerosol movement across a whole workplace. Exposure may not be visible, it may be audible or from an electromagnetic field and there may be a cross over into indoor air quality or sick building syndrome. Monitoring needs to look at air flow, humidity and temperature.

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Our cost efficient service meets the very highest of standards and quality. We help you understand the process enabling you to implement improvements and how to evaluate those changes. The service does include a test report, within which the results, calculations and comparison against HSE guidelines are made.