Why do I need Drake Lapthorn?
Under the CoSHH Regulations employers are required to assess the risk to health created by working with substances hazardous to health, Regulation 6, and prevent or control exposure to substances hazardous to health, regulation 7.
Workplace exposure monitoring enables the determination of employee exposure to substances hazardous to health present in the workplace. The completion of workplace air monitoring enables you to determine whether the controls already in place are adequate and whether you are complying with the appropriate workplace exposure limit.
Using the information attained from workplace exposure monitoring additional control measures or changes in working procedures can be implemented to reduce employee exposure and improve efficiency.
If you want to determine whether your controls are adequate and measure employee exposure to airborne substances hazardous to health, but are unsure where to start, contact Drake Lapthorn now for an informal discussion on how we can help.
What you get from Drake Lapthorn?
We work, as trusted advisors, with Company Owners, Directors and Safety Advisors:
- Determine the levels of employee exposure to airborne hazardous substances in the workplace
- Identify areas where additional control measures or changes in working procedure can reduce operator exposure and improve efficiency,
- Assist in conveying these important messages to your employees to improve safety culture
ADDITIONAL SUB-SERVICES: CoSHH Risk Assessment, Noise Assessments