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Every year thousands of workers are made ill in the workplace by hazardous substance exposure, contracting lung diseases such as asthma, legionnaires disease, asbestosis and COPD. As an employer, you are responsible for taking effective measures to assess and control exposure to hazardous substances and protect employee health.

We have the in-house expertise to carryout a range of hazard surveys that will ensure your organisation meets the relevant HSE guidance and regulations.

Our Range Of Hazard Surveys

Asbestos

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A key foundation of any asbestos management plan is the asbestos survey, the information gathered at the survey stage will determine how the ongoing risk is managed. There are four types of the asbestos survey, management, refurbishment, demolition and annual preventative audits.

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Covid-19 Hygiene Services

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To assist our clients in managing the workplace risk associated with the COVID-19 pandemic we have developed a range of testing and auditing services to provide reassurance and support. Our COVID-19 services are designed to help validate the effectiveness of your current controls and where necessary provide guidance to reduce the risk of transmission. 

Our COVID-19 specific services range from self-sampling surface swab kits that are a flexible and cost-effective option to a range of site surveys and audits.

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Legionella Risk Management

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Employers are required to control the risk of exposure to legionella bacteria in accordance with Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH 2002). This is achieved by following the Approved Code of Practice (ACoP) L8. Learn more about how our legionella consultants can help you with the first step in this process, the risk assesments and your obligation to implement a legionella management scheme.

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Toxic Mould Surveys

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Knowledge Centre Article

Expand your knowledge on this topic by reading our informative article

Diesel Engine Exhaust Emissions - The Complete Guide
Diesel Engine Exhaust Emissions - The Complete Guide

2022-04-01

Diesel Engine Exhaust Emissions (DEEE's) contain a complex mixture of gases, vapours, liquid aerosols and particulate substances. You may be exposed to diesel fumes if you work where diesel operated heavy vehicles are being used, or where motor vehicles are generating diesel fumes such as when coming into and out of car parks or when passing toll booths. You may also be exposed to diesel fumes if you are working in tunnels or on construction sites where diesel operated stationary power sources are being used.

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