Occupational Monitoring: The client manufactures a range of over-the-counter medicines at their facility in Dungarvan, Co Waterford. They asked us to find a way of reducing the reliance on respirators at the plant.
Workplace monitoring of active ingredients
Chemical exposure risk assessments
Working with GKS corporate industrial hygienists, OHSS undertook a comprehensive task-based monitoring programme of active ingredients to establish current exposure levels. Data from the study was used to identify better control measures, and to reduce the need for respiratory protective equipment.
As a result of our study, GSK were able to reduce the need for respiratory protective equipment. This improved worker comfort and saved costs.
Occupational hygiene is about the understanding of potential hazards and risks in the workplace, evaluating the associated levels of risk
Our occupational safety training objectives are fundamentally about recognising job hazards and learning safe work practices. Our aim is
Exposure to asbestos is the biggest occupational health killer of our time.
OHSS advise on the dangers and management of asbestos in th
The law requires that training be provided for employees likely to encounter asbestos in the workplace. We are the most experienced provider of thi