We have expanded our services to offer workplace exposure monitoring for our existing clients and new customers.
The hazards of dust and fume in the workplace are well known and are covered by COSHH 2002 regulations in the UK. Workplace Exposure Limits (WELS) control the amount of hazardous substances employees should be exposed to in the workplace. Measurement of dust and fume concentrations is therefore an essential tool in enabling employers to assess the health and safety of their workforce.
AES employees have successfully completed the International Module in Measurement of Hazardous Substances, an intensive course comprising both theoretical and practical training and assessment.
Kenneth Mackenzie, General Manager stated,
“The expansion of our services into occupational hygiene is a very important step in ensuring that we can provide a complete dust and fume extraction service for our customer base. The provision of workplace exposure monitoring means we can help clients to accurately identify potential health and safety risks, and provide cost-effective solutions which is increasingly important in the current financial climate.”