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Consultancy

Diamond Environmental Consultancy Services

Diamond Environmental have first hand experience of assisting clients to resolve many of the occupational hygiene issues in their workplace.

 

Occupational Hygiene consultants get involved at the interface of people and their workplaces. They use science and engineering to prevent ill health caused by the work environment – specialising in the assessment and control of risks to health from workplace exposure to hazards. Hygienists help employers and employees to understand these risks and to minimize or eliminate them. Occupational Hygiene consultants are trained to anticipate, recognise, evaluate, communicate and control possible incidents and or hazards which may harm workers or other people who may be in the vicinity. They can come from many backgrounds – chemists, engineers, biologists, physicists, doctors, nurses and others who have chosen to apply their skills to improving working practices and conditions. At their core is occupational hygiene – where science and engineering meet the human element of work.

 

Diamond have experience in providing Occupational Hygiene consultancy services to a wide variety of industries and organisations. They include the Aerospace, Automotive, Chemical, Engineering, Manufacturing, Medical, Office, Pharmaceutical and Educational.

 

Diamond Environmental Ltd are professional, experienced Occupational Hygiene consultants providing cost effective services to a wide spectrum of clients all over the world.

Here are some examples of the type of services we can provide and an illustration of typical work carried out for clients. It is not an exhaustive list and because we take client confidentially seriously only generic details have been given. We are happy to discuss individual requirements in the strictest of confidence.

 

Air Sampling

Example – Personal worker exposure monitoring for solvents and isocyanates during paint spraying in the aerospace industry. Subsequent advice and recommendations on exposure control measures including appropriate PPE (personal protective equipment) and LEV (local exhaust ventilation).

COSHH (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health)

Example – Maintaining and updating a Contract Chemicals companies COSHH compliance status, including occupational hygiene advice on the potential hazards and risks of new substances before they are brought to site.

Workplace Noise

Example – Routine noise assessments of a large paper manufacturing site. Including identification of major noise sources and personal dosimetery to establish levels of risk to hearing from noise at work. Recommendations on noise control measures including the appropriate level of hearing protection needed by workers during certain tasks.

Environmental Noise

Example – Routine noise assessments of a large paper manufacturing site. Including identification of major noise sources and personal dosimetery to establish levels of risk to hearing from noise at work. Recommendations on noise control measures including the appropriate level of hearing protection needed by workers during certain tasks.

Local Exhaust Ventilation Testing (LEV)

Example – Through examination and testing of LEV systems at a large wooden cabinet manufacturing site. Assessing the degree of control of workers exposure to wood dust and compliance with current legislation. Advice given on improving the effectiveness of the LEV in controlling worker exposure, along with work practices.

Lighting

Example – An assessment of lighting levels in a manufacturing plant, in both the production and office areas. Providing recommendations on task and general lighting requirements to enhance safe working.

Risk Assessments

Example – Identifying the hazards and assessing the associated occupational hygiene risks to workers whilst carrying out tasks in a research facility laboratory. Introducing systems for future assessments, helping the staff to recognise the risks and providing recommendations for minimising those identified risks.

Display Screen Equipment Workplace Assessments

Example – Undertaking individual display screen equipment workstation assessments with reference to ergonomic considerations in a very large call centre headquarters. General staff awareness training and intensive in-house assessor training to complement existing company resources.

Thermal Environment

Example – Assessment of the thermal environment in a large casting foundry. Recommendations on controlling workers thermal stress and strain. Implementation of more appropriate work regimes.

Vibration

Example – Identifying tasks in a timber preparation yard which exposed workers to high levels of vibration. Assisting the company in eliminating or reducing the risks where identified.

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