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Local Exhaust Ventilation

No matter where the workplace or what a company provides there will always be a number of health and safety regulations in place to keep employees and staff members safe. All employers must monitor hazards within the workplace. COSHH stands for Control of Substances Hazardous to Health. They are regulations put in place to prevent ill health. Having hazardous fumes in the work atmosphere means danger to employees thus falling under COSHH Testing.

Services Offered

Following installation, we offer every client a full-service contract incorporating site visits at least every 12 months. These comply with current UK COSHH legislation and combine servicing with Local Exhaust Ventilation LEV test certification. Our service plans are tailor-made to suit your range of equipment.

We deal with a variety of businesses in different industries to control their air pollution. Airborne risks can come from many different elements in a workplace such as:

·         Flour Dust in bakeries

·         Sawdust

·         Spray Paint Mist

·         Welding Fumes

·         Furnace Gas such as carbon monoxide

·         Painting Solvent Vapour

Not only will our specialist service engineers conduct full system tests during routine visits, they will also utilise their expertise and experience to suggest recommendations for resolving any faults while on site and any upgrade requirements. We will repair and modify existing systems to bring them back into line with current regulations.

LEV Systems

As employers are responsible for the welfare of their staff, COSHH testing will help to keep staff members as safe as possible by accessing all risks in the workplace and decide what precautions are needed. It will ensure control measures are maintained with health surveillance being carried out. Employees must be informed of the risks and trained where needed.

Due to the fact that employees should know which substances are hazardous in the workplace, they should also know what exposure limits there are. By law, regular assessments must be carried out on machinery and local exhaust ventilation.

How can Workplace Safety Management help?

Following any installation, Workplace Safety Management offers every client a full-service contract with site visits at least every 12 months. These service checks comply with current COSHH legislation and combine servicing with Local Exhaust Ventilation (LEV) test certification. Our service plans are tailored to your range of equipment. 

Our specialist Service Engineers will conduct full system tests during routine visits and will utilise their expertise and experience to suggest recommendations to resolve faults or upgrade any equipment. We repair and modify existing systems to bring them back in line with regulations.

In addition to effective preventative maintenance of your LEV system, there are statutory requirements to undertake a formal examination and testing of LEV systems, at least every 14 months, under Regulation 9 of COSHH testing. Our P601 Lev testing service engineers will conduct a full LEV system service in line with current legislation, which will include:

•    Full face velocities and static pressures.

•    Full photographic evidence.

•    A full report in line with current UK directives and legislation.

Contact us here at Workplace Safety Management to discuss your requirements.

In addition to effective preventative maintenance of your Ventilation (LEV) system, there are statutory requirements to undertake formal examination and testing of LEV systems, at least every 14 months, under Regulation 9 of the COSHH (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations). Our P601 Lev testing service engineers will conduct a full LEV system service in line with current legislation, which will include:

  • Full face velocities and static pressures
  • Full photographic evidence
  • A full report inline with current UK directives and legislation

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