As a professional working with hazardous substances, there are a number of things you need to consider to ensure your own safety, the safety of your employees and of those living/working in the environment around you.
At Envirochem, we can help you cover all of your COSHH compliance needs – whether you’re working directly with, producing, or are exposed to hazardous substances in your workplace.
We’ve broken down our reliable, UKAS accredited COSHH compliance services so you can ensure you’re ticking all the right boxes.
Testing hazardous dusts
If you need to test hazardous dusts, our team will happily discuss what your requirements are so we can tailor our approach to suit you. You can find out more about our dust monitoring services and make an enquiry here.
Checking noise pollution
We can conduct noise surveys throughout your premises – whether you need us to assess the level of noise, undertake octave band assessments to assist in the choice of noise abatement equipment, or assess daily exposure to give an accurate sample per individual.
Local Exhaust Ventilation (LEV) checks
LEV checks can help control the release of hazardous airborne substances that are released from a process into the workplace environment. We routinely undertake checks of equipment such as fume cabinets, spray booths and dust extract systems – if this is something you need to check for your business, you can get in touch here.
Indoor air quality testing
Making sure the indoor air quality of a workplace is safe before, during and after a project is key. If you need to test a workplace for Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), get in touch with us so we can assess the best steps to take. Alternatively, you can order a self-test kit here.
Dispersed Oil Particulate (DOP) Testing
If you use a High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filter in your workplace, it requires regular maintenance – that’s where we come in. On-site DOP testing is an essential element of this and will ensure it’s of an acceptable standard.
Ensuring your safety equipment is doing its job
If Respiratory Protective Equipment (RPE) is ill-fitting, it significantly reduces the protection it offers. We offer Fit Testing on-site, at our laboratory and can also provide training in the correct use of RPE.
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