Risk assessment, hazard Identification & risk management
With Employers now fully focused putting correct procedures in place to limit exposure to staff and customers to COVID 19, ensuring a proper occupational hygiene assessment is more important than ever.
As Social distancing has created workplace issues that none of us could have envisaged even just a few months ago, our 20 years expertise in occupational hygiene allows us to expertly assist organisations at this time, we can expertly guide and support, conduct risk assessments and assist you in managing exposure and adopting preventative methodologies, design in a manner that will work best for your company’s specific requirements.
In basic terms occupational hygiene is about the understanding of potential hazards and risks in the workplace, evaluating the associated levels of risk and putting plans in place to control potential health hazards to ensure worker health and well-being is protected. There are many aspects to occupational hygiene services, and today the most important work we do is in determining and estimating potential or actual exposures to hazards.
Our relevant expertise in this area includes;
- Hazard Identification & Risk Assessments
- Chemical Safety & Exposure Monitoring
- Biological Agents Assessments
- Air Quality Monitoring
- Ergonomic Assessments
- Work from Home Assessments
- Workplace Safety Statements
You can speak to us directly and confidentially, just give us a call on (01) 6905907
OHSS was established in 2001 as an Occupational Health and Safety consultancy. Founder Paul Foran has extensive experience in the field, both as a consultant and as a former Inspector with the Health & Safety Authority (www.hsa.ie), where he formulated policy and legislation.
Our mission is to be the leading Occupational Hygiene and Safety consultancy in Ireland, and provide reputable tra
Asbestos removal and disposal represents a very real and present danger to anyone who owns or works in a business premises in Ireland. Despite being banned from use in construction in 1998, asbestos is still the biggest killer in the...
» Read more