Measuring and assessing workplace hazards: an introductory guide to occupational hygiene
By Engaged ExpertParmjit Gahir
Parmjit or Parm to his friends (Head of Occupational Hygiene at Element) is an occupational hygienist with almost 30 years of national and international operational experience gained across diverse industry sectors.
A reference guide to understanding each aspect of occupational hygiene in the workplace, spanning from hazardous substances to noise and temperature, to help you identify potential occupational hygiene risks.
Professionally addressing occupational hygiene issues enables businesses to comply with a broad raft of workplace legislation and regulatory requirements. Failing to meet regulatory requirements can be detrimental to your business and your workers. Whether you are a manufacturer, services company, or office-based organization, sound occupational hygiene practices deliver tangible bottom-line benefits to businesses across all sectors and of all sizes.
To learn more about occupational hygiene, including legal regulations, complete the form and download our free guide below.
The free guide includes information on:
- Hazardous substances (COSHH)
- Legionnaire’s disease
- Noise at work
- Thermal environments
- Workplace environment
- Electromagnetic fields (EMF)
- Local Exhaust Ventilation (LEV)