workplace air monitoring

Workplace Air Monitoring

Under Regulation 10 of the COSHH Regulations 2002 (as amended) employers must ensure that workplace air monitoring is undertaken to ensure adequate control. Workplace Exposure Limits (wELs) for airborne contaminants are listed in the HSE guidance document EH40.

Your employees may be exposed to airborne substances on a regular basis that are potentially hazardous to health. Many substances within the printing industry can cause ill health effects including:

  • volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)
  • isocyanates
  • total inhalable dusts
  • respirable dusts
  • ozone

A eeuk Workplace Air Monitoring Assessment includes:

  • an accurate identification and calculation of airborne concentrations of hazardous substances in the workplace
  • A direct comparison of personal exposure concentrations against current workplace exposure levels (WELs)
  • Background concentrations to assess the effectiveness of engineering controls (such as LEV)
  • Realistic recommendations for improvement to ensure a reduction of exposure to your employees

If you have any query are simply unsure do not hesitate to contact us.