An Assessment of Occupational Exposure to Hazardous Substances

An assessment of occupational exposure to hazardous substances

Occupational Exposure to Hazardous Substances Little Hampton was home to our next project, a factory which specialises in the production of plastic components for automotive and retail industry. The client requested our services in order to carry out an assessment of occupational exposure to hazardous substances. The factory operates a continuous production with working shifts [...]

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Assessment of Occupational Exposure to Hazardous Substances

Occupational exposure to hazardous substances

Occupational exposure to hazardous substances For our next project we were off to Great Yarmouth where we were requested to carry out an assessment of occupational exposure to hazardous substances. The building of interest was a factory which specialises in the fabrication of industrial firefighting equipment. The building consisted of four production areas; an office, [...]

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Occupational Exposure Monitoring for Hazardous Fumes

dust assessment in workplace

As part of our duty to guarantee the air quality of premises around the UK, recently we were called to carry out an assessment of occupational exposure to hazardous substances in accordance with the HSE document “Control of Substances Hazardous to Health” 2002. The overall objectives of our assessment were to measure the atmospheric concentration [...]

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Poor air qaulity in the office environment

Office environments are places which often suffer from indoor air quality problems. The reasons for poor  air quality can range from insufficient fresh air supply, poor air filtration, off gassing from furniture and fittings, contaminants introduced by maintenance or cleaning personnel,  building services failures, contaminants introduced by occupants them self, computers, photocopiers and  many others. [...]

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Dust and indoor air quality

Generally the levels of dust are not a problem in the indoor environment unless a close source is present in close vicinity. In this case I have been invited to investigate the indoor air quality in an office building located in an industrial part of the city. The indoor air quality in the building was not bad as [...]

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Fine particle dust – respiratory and neurological irritation

I was contacted by a gentleman who was suffering from unknown and rather severe respiratory irritation whenever he spent some time in his home. His symptoms have appeared and then gradually worsen since he moved into his new home. The property itself was about 30 years old but has been newly refurbished and re-fitted with [...]

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