18 Aug 2020
At OHSS, we understand that occupational hygiene is more important than ever in the fight to limit the exposure of employees to COVID-19 in Ireland in many organisational and business settings. As such, we can’t emphasis enough how important having work risk assessments are during the pandemic.
Social distancing has certainly given rise to a number of workplace health and safety issues that we couldn’t have envisaged at the beginning of the year. The good news is that OHSS is here to help provide guidance and support with regards to safety regulations and new occupational safety protocols that are designed to reduce the spread of Coronavirus.
A Wealth of Experience & Knowledge in Irish Occupational Health matters
The average workplace is very different than it was before the pandemic took hold, which is why our services now include aspects relating to remote working. They include:
Workplace Safety Statements
Work from Home Assessments
Chemical Safety & Exposure Monitoring
Hazard Identification & Risk Assessments
Air Quality Monitoring
Biological Agents Assessments
Essentially, occupational hygiene relates to safety in the workplace and involves developing an understanding of hazard identification and workplace risk assessments. By providing advice and training on all matters relating to health and safety in work ( we will ensure your company’s adherence to the Irish regulation and standards) and the associated safety regulations, our clients are better prepared to stay fit and healthy at work.
We’re in the fight against COVID together and we are available to help anyone needing to improve their workplace safety, particularly when it involves Coronavirus. If you would like some honest, impartial advice on your workplace safety requirements, you can either visit us online at www.ohss.ie or give us a call on (01) 6905907.
Thanks for taking the time out to read our blog. Until next time, stay safe and remember to get in touch if you suspect that you could be doing better at protecting the safety of your employees.