Ductwork in Dust Control

At Ductbusters, our dust extraction services can help you improve your workplace environment. Furthermore, our dust extraction services can help you reduce dust levels.

Under the Health and Safety at Work Act, employers must regulate their work environment.

Also, they need to create a safe and healthy environment for employees.

Dust in the workplace can harm the health of the employee. This dust is made of fine particulates, which employers can inhale.

Airborne dust is not always visible. Moreover, the impact of airborne dust can be harmful. For example, the harmful impact of airborne dust includes:

  • Fibrosis
  • Asthma
  • Skin and eye irritation

Many substances need to adhere to COSHH regulations if they are hazardous or threatening to health in any way. Plus, you may even need to follow the Workplace Exposure Limit (WEL) regulations while handling some substances.

Even if substances are not subject to these regulations, they can still be harmful to employees.

Therefore, it is the employer’s responsibility to provide control measures in the workplace. For example, some measures include PPE clothing, washing facilities and LEV extraction, supplied by clean ductwork. Dust in the workplace

 

Dust Extraction Services

You must regularly service your ductwork and ventilation systems. This is especially important when you work in an environment that is heavy with dust. Good ventilation is key, even if it is as simple as on-tool extraction.

Want to keep your employees safe and informed? At Ductbusters, we provide professional training courses to educate your employees on the latest practices and legislation. Our training allows both employers and employees to understand the requirements.

At Ductbusters, we offer CPD seminars on ductwork cleaning and fire damper testing. Also, we can provide these seminars at our client sites.

Get in touch to learn more about how our dust extraction systems can help you create a safer work environment.

 


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