Workplace exposure monitoring is the practice of monitoring and measuring the levels of hazardous substances or conditions in the workplace in order to protect the health and safety of workers. This can include monitoring for a wide range of substances and conditions, such as chemicals, gases, dusts, and noise.
The goal of workplace exposure monitoring is to identify and control any potential hazards, and to ensure that workers are not exposed to levels of substances or conditions that could be harmful to their health.
At BBN, we have years of experience creating detailed and actionable reports for our clients. Whether you’re looking for in-depth workplace exposure monitoring for a new business or an established organisation, we work to the same standards in all jobs to ensure you have what you need to avoid any safety and legal pitfalls and guarantee occupational hygiene and safety.
By following the relevant state and national legislation, you won’t have to worry about putting your workers in danger.
The first step to trying to mitigate the risk of asbestos exposure in the workplace is to understand the processes you currently have in place. If you don’t have any, we can also help with that. Through asbestos air monitoring and NATA-accredited lab testing, we can inform you how much you need to change to meet the relevant rules and regulations.
Asbestos isn’t the only hazard that workers can be exposed to during builds. Other general contaminants, including silica dust, can cause severe adverse effects for workers in the short and long term. Without clear guidelines in place, you can potentially put your workers at risk of contracting fatal diseases. It’s absolutely essential that you work with a consultancy like BBN to ensure you’re doing everything in your power to safeguard your workers and even the clients that visit your site in the future.
We also help monitor and assess potential land contamination to rule out any problems before, during and after a build. With professional environmental monitoring services, you can guarantee that you do your Environmental Due Diligence (EDD) and conduct waste classification inspections and assessments.