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Outsourcing hygiene monitoring services could save you time and money

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HEALTH risks in workplaces are constantly changing. Workers are faced with health hazards such as noise, infectious diseases, poor lighting and many other stresses. Every business should have a health and hygiene policy in place, and to be compliant with legislation.

But keeping up with changes in regulations can be a challenging task, and your business may benefit from outsourcing. Health and environmental safety specialists, Dekra Institute of Learning (IOL), together with LenEXcCO, offer occupational health-related hygiene and environmental surveys.

“This new arrangement with LenExCo enables us to offer these important surveys to assist companies meet their compliance obligations,” said Christopher Mörsner, Head of the Training Division at Dekra IOL.

Dekra IOL provides the following occupational health, hygiene and environmental surveys to monitor:

  • Noise levels;
  • Dust emissions;
  • Air quality, including hazardous chemicals and pollutants;
  • Luminance testing;
  • Ventilation airflow and oxygen levels;
  • Occupational hygiene; and
  • Ergonomics.

“We are pleased to be able to offer this service in partnership with LenExCo. Dekra is a well-known within the local health and safety sector, and this relationship allows us to provide our clients with a one-stop, holistic health and safety training service,” Mörsner said.

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