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Occupational Hygiene                                                                                                   (Index)

Gresham TubesHealth and Safety Regulations such as COSHH (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health) in the UK and other associated European directives have resulted in employers being increasingly aware of occupational health issues.

We provide cost effective COSHH advice and monitoring services to many organisation throughout the UK.  more..

Sick building syndrome (SBS) - SBS is a term used to describe a building in which the occupants experience a range of symptoms causing discomfort and a sense of being unwell, rather than specific illnesses. These buildings are typically modern offices which have mechanical ventilation or air conditioning. It is a complex problem and much of the evidence for it is inconclusive and circumstantial. Both physical and psychological causes have been suggested.

The range of symptoms may include:

eye, nose and throat irritation, sensitisation of mucus membranes and skin, skin rash, headaches, high frequency of infection and coughs, hoarseness, wheezing, itching, and unspecified hypersensitivity, nausea and dizziness.

For more information or advice call 0845 6039053

 

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