Health & Hygiene Monitoring
Occupational hygiene is concerned with the recognition, evaluation and control of environmental factors in the workplace which may cause illness or impair health.
Environmental Site Services delivers occupational workplace noise monitoring and testing to meet compliance under Western Australian Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984
Servicing WA Mine’s and Industry Hazardous Substance monitoring, CONTAM systems and quota requirements.
Operators, drivers and workers using handheld tools can be exposed to harmful levels of whole body vibration which may result in musculoskeletal disorders, damage to nerves, tendons, bones and joints.
Asbestos Air Monitoring (Airborne Fibre Monitoring)
Environmental Site Services offers airborne fibre monitoring to identify asbestos and synthetic mineral fibres (SMF) and issue clearance certificates to meet client, project and health & safety requirements.
Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)
Poor ventilation, uncomfortable temperatures, formaldehyde, mould and odours have been linked to health effects ranging from mild irritation to cancers. We assess workplaces and ensure all occupational health risks associated with air quality and comfort within the built environment are managed to meet your workplace health and safety requirements.
Diesel Particulate Monitoring (DPM)
Diesel particulates are classified by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) as being carcinogenic to humans based on research which has indicated that sufficient exposure increases the risk of lung cancer. Environmental Site Services provides portable and fixed diesel particulate monitoring solutions to underground mining and industry throughout Australia.
Gas concentration and leak detection system for all combustible, flammable and toxic gases designed for all industries.
Drinking Water Testing
Environmental Site Services provides water testing to mine sites and remote camps. The testing meets drinking water requirements as set out by the National Health and Medical Research Council in its ‘Guidelines for Drinking Water Quality in Australia 2011’, and those by the Department of Health (DoH) ‘Minesites and Exploration Camps Drinking Water Quality Monitoring Requirements’.
Respirator Fit Testing
Respirator facial fit testing is a mandatory requirement of the AS/NZS 1715:2009 Selection, use and maintenance of respiratory protective devices and must be performed on all tight fitting respirators.