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Monitoring Noise, Dust, Gas and Vibrations

Protecting personal health

Monitoring hazards in the workplace

Workplace environments can be complex and dangerous - none more so than busy construction sites, manufacturing plants and civil engineering projects. These hubs of heavy industry demand that employers plan, control, monitor and review the risks to minimise worker injuries and fatalities. The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 (MHSWR) apply to everyone at work, regardless of what that work is. They outline that the collection and analysis of data to monitor hazards is critical to effective safety management.

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