Chemical Health Risk Assessment (CHRA)
Chemical Health Risk Assessment (CHRA) is cornerstone on which compliance with the Use and Standard of Exposure of Chemicals Hazardous to Health (USECHH) Regulations 2000 is achieved.
USECHH Regulations require employer to make a comprehensive assessment of the risk of employees exposure to chemical hazardous to health in the workplace for the purpose of enabling decision to be made on appropriate control, measure, further training of employee, and monitoring and health surveillance activities as may be required to protect the health of employees who may be exposed to chemical hazardous to health at work.
We offer comprehensive CHRA services in providing guidance on improving current control measure. Complete with report and the recommendation in accordance to USECHH 2000.
Inspection & Testing of Local Exhaust Ventilation (LEV)
We offer a full range of LEV testing and inspection services to ensure that the systems are suitable for controlling chemical hazardous to health and remains within specification. Data from the testing and examination of LEV and exposure monitoring will provide information to employer that the control measures are within specifications.
Local Exhaust Ventilation (LEV) system is commonly used to remove hazardous gases, fume, vapor and dust from workplace.
Poorly design and maintenance of LEV system may result in the failure to adequately control employee exposure to hazardous chemical and hence a breach of the USECHH 2000 and may cause illness to employees.
Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)
Indoor air quality has become an important health and safety concern. So that, we at GREENVELL had offered exhaustive Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) assessment that will overcome these health related issues.
Code of Practice on Indoor Air Quality was introduced by the department of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH) in 2005 to provide the guidelines and standards to protect the health of workers and other occupants of an indoor or enclosed environment served by mechanical ventilation and/ or air conditioning.
Investigation usually involves five main activities which are preliminary site visit, measuring the level of contaminant area, data analysis, discussion with employers and report writing.
Noise Exposure Monitoring
We offer comprehensive noise monitoring in order to measure the noise level at your workplace that expose to your workers.
We believe that our services are tailored for complying with the regulations and better than other Noise monitoring will be conducted by qualified and experienced competent person to evaluate employees’ exposure to noise. Personal monitoring will be carried out among the employees using the Noise Dosimeter.
Sound level meter will be used to identify the noise sources as well as their levels and types of noise that exposed to the employees. Other than that, noise mapping also will be carried out to identify zones with Noise Level less or greater than 85dB (A).
Hazard Risk Assessment (HRA)
We also offer hazard risk assessment in order to evaluate in terms of the likelihood that a problem may occur and the damage it would cause if such an event did occur at premise or organization. Adequate mine safety and emergency preparedness requires considering all of the possible hazards that could be encountered.
Some hazards, however, are more likely to cause problems than others at a given mine and some would result in greater damage than would others. These differences are identified by conducting a risk analysis. The outcome of the analysis can be used to target resources at the types of events that are most likely to occur and/or are most destructive.
Emergency situations that are very likely to happen and would do considerable damage to people and property should be targeted for immediate remediation and/or plans should be made for effective response if remediation isn’t possible. All the activities will be conduct by qualified and experience competent person to evaluate the likelihood that a problem may occur and the damage at premise.