Putting the 'health' back into Work Health & Safety
Exposure monitoring: noise - dust - chemicals - heat - asbestos - welding - and more...
Total worker health: office ergonomics - office safety - wellness programs
Programs: chemical management - respirator fit testing - ear plug fit testing
Training: Hearing conservation - asbestos awareness - office safety - and more...
Occupational hygiene is often the 'poor cousin' of WHS. Why? Because it deals with workplace hazards that often don't 'bite' straight away. Noise induced hearing loss, occupational asthma, occupational cancers, for example, may not happen straight away, but they're pretty high consequence if they do. BE PROACTIVE.
Ensure you use a Certified Occupational Hygienist. What is 'certification'?
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