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Occupational Hygiene

An Occupational Hygiene Monitoring Programme is the outcome of a BHRA.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

An Occupational Hygiene Monitoring Programme is the outcome of a Baseline Health Risk Assessment and is implemented to monitor all the Physical, Chemical and Biological Stressors that employees may be exposed to during a normal shift in their working environment that may adversely affect their health.

The Occupational Hygiene Monitoring Programme is a legal requirement under Sections 5 and 6 of the Hazardous Chemical Substances Regulations and Section 7 of the Hazardous Biological Agents Regulations as contained in the Occupational Health and Safety Act as well as Section 12 of the Mine Health and Safety Act.

The frequency of monitoring is determined by guidelines issued by the Department of Labour, the Department of Mineral Resources and the regulations contained in the respective Health and Safety Acts applicable to each operating environment as well as Industry Best Practice Guidelines, Risk Assessments and Codes of Practices.

InDuna Risk Management is equipped to supply all the required monitoring instrumentation (sound level meters, noise dosimeters, dust sampling pumps, lux meters, etc.), sampling media (pre-packed filter cassettes, silica gel, charcoal tubes, etc.), associated laboratory and analytical services and management structures to compile and submit the prescribed legal reporting formats (DoL and DMR), as well as the compilation of Codes of Practice’s, Procedures and Standards to enable the client to make informed decisions and implement effective control strategies to mitigate the risk associated with exposures to all Physical, Chemical and Biological Stressors in the working environment.

InDuna Risk Management drafts Codes of Practices on the following topics:
- Mandatory Code of Practice for an Occupational Health Programme on Personal
exposure to Airborne Pollutants.
- Mandatory Code of Practice for an Occupational Health Programme (Occupational Hygiene and Medical Surveillance) on Noise
- Mandatory Code of Practice for an Occupational Health Programme on Thermal Stress
- Mandatory Code of Practice for a Lamproom
- Mandatory Code of Practice for the Prevention of Flammable Gas Explosions in Mines other than Coal Mines
- Mandatory Code of Practice for Emergency Preparedness and Response

We provide monitoring services relating to the following stressors:

 

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