Occupational Hygiene

We provide an extensive range of services, as the longest-standing provider in the field, we have 50 years’ experience. We have been at the forefront of occupational health research since 1969, research helps us to understand and remove a range of health risks.

These include noise, chemicals, asbestos, heat, dust or vibration and emerging risks from new technologies such as nanomaterials. We are uniquely placed to practically apply our research findings and deliver services to businesses that help manage hazards in the workplace.

Whether you have a good idea as to what occupational hygiene services you require or need some guidance complete our quick quote form and we will contact you to talk through your requirements.

Our clients know they can access some of the UK’s most experienced health and safety experts. We understand the factors that affect human health in the workplace and the wider environment. Our customers use us repeatedly because they understand we know how to protect their employees and their businesses.

We work with heavy industry, manufacturing, construction, waste management, catering, retail and office-based business. Employers must assess the hazards, demonstrate effective controls, provide relevant training, manage the risks to health and undertake regular checks of the control measures and exposure levels.

For more advice, or to speak to an Occupational Hygienist complete the quick quote form below. 

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11 December
2019

TAPHIA Project Conference in Thailand

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