Dust in the workplace continues to receive international attention as a hidden killer. In his latest blog, Casella Technical Product Manager Tim Turney looks at the risks involved.
When construction work began in London on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and Olympic Village project in 2005, it is highly likely that no-one at the time could have imagined how this project alone would transform the meaning of the phrase “health and safety”.
In the latest in our blog series first featured on SHP Online, Casella Product Manager Tim Turney looks at the way the technology in our everyday lives has assisted the health and safety profession, and what it might mean for the future of industrial hygiene.
Casella's Jim Struthers took the stage for the annual 'Ignite' sessions at the British Occupational Hygiene Conference, which give presenters 5 minutes to convey their passion and knowledge on a subject to the audience.
Phil Bradley - General Manager of Casella Global, looks at the journey taken in developing the Apex2 Personal Sampling Pump, and how customer feedback led to the best in class product seen today.
Reduce environmental risks from large construction projects with the introduction of the Guardian2 environmental site boundary monitor.
According to the World Coal Association, there are around 892 billion tonnes of coal reserves worldwide and coal production is showing no signs of slowing down. Ensuring the global workforce of coal miners are protected against workplace exposures should be a priority.
Trade deal negotiations between the USA, the Pacific Rim and Europe and the talks of the standardisation of regulatory controls have abruptly halted and are unlikely to be resumed in the current climate.
Does Brexit and America First mean an end to the need for global standards like OHSAS 18001 and ISO 45001?
In 2016, Gibraltar International Airport achieved record passenger movements, with more than 500,000 passengers travelling through the airport by the end of November – a remarkable figure for the British Overseas Territory just 2.5 square miles in size.
An estimated 20,000 people working during the last year alone suffered from Noise Induced Hearing Loss. Tim Turney, technical product manager, discusses the long lasting impact this condition can have, and how employers must put monitoring processes in place to help identify the issue.
It is often said that the U.S. and the U.K. are two nations divided by a common language. But where noise is concerned, we definitely have agreement on the causal relationship between exposure and hearing loss, which has been observed anecdotally for centuries.
In order to offer you the chance learn more about the sampling pump and its benefits, we will be running webinar sessions on Wednesday February 15 with Apex2 Product Manager Tim Turney.