Who is Occupational Health Monitoring for?
Beyond more generic occupational health assessments, we can create specific Health Monitoring plans based on the hazardous substances that are encountered in any workplace, in order to meet your specific legislative requirements and your duty of care.These include substances such as:
Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAH)
If your employees encounter any of these as part of completing their work duties, they are at risk of potentially developing health issues in the medium to long term. Some of the health matters they may experience include cancer, lung dysfunctions, anemia, kidney and brain damage, fertility issues, liver injuries, and heart disease. Due to the severity of such potential complications, you need to implement Occupational Health Monitoring for all exposed employees, in order to both reduce the risk of your employees developing such health issues, and to increase your protection, as an employer, against complex, time-consuming and financially-demanding legal implications.
Vital part of any workplace OHS Program
With the increase in hazardous substances used in our workplaces, Health Monitoring has become crucial for your business to meet OHS standards.
As an employer, you are required to provide health monitoring to your employees, and by doing so you create a safer workplace, healthy staff and optimum productivity.
Your people are your biggest asset – health monitoring helps you protect it.
If your company operates in the field of construction, mining, and manufacturing, or if it requires the handling and/or exposure to hazardous substances, contact CCH with no delay or make an online booking now.