There are some pretty compelling reasons to start doing your own air sampling in compliance with the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) Regulations 2002.
Complaints from neighbours about noise emitted from your business can at best be a bit of a nuisance, but at worse could lead to the closure of your business - and this really does happen!
Hand Arm Vibration in the workplace as in the Control of Vibration at Work Regulations 2005 involves many activities and means bringing together health surveillance, maintenance, training, exposure monitoring and vibration reduction.
Industrial deafness as covered by the Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005 is still one of the UK's biggest areas for claims and represents a huge financial burden to organisations, insurance companies and the government.
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Alan rose, Humberside Police
29th Nov 2016
Noise At Work
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Adrian Steinkamp, Carillion
12th Jul 2011
Noise At Work
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Nick Buckley, High Peak Scaffolding
4th Nov 2015
Noise In A Day
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Marcus Sayce, Caterpillar Shrewsbury Limited
3rd Feb 2015
HAVS and Whole Body
"Great insight into the world and requirements of COSHH and air monitoring...."
David Allen, Getrag Ford Transmissions
14th May 2015
Air Sampling In A Day