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Ergonomic Risk Assessment

Ergonomic risk assessments are an objective measure of ergonomic risk in your workplace. Applying a scientific approach to your ergonomics process is important. The goal is to identify ergonomic risk factors, quantify then, and then make measurable improvements to the work environment — all accomplished through the use of the following ergonomic assessment tools.

Noise Risk Assessment

Noise Risk Assessments are to identify the noise hazard and evaluating the risk involved, implementing noise reduction measures, such as engineering control and administrative control and providing suitable PHP and ensuring the proper use of the PHP by persons exposed to excessive noise with Training and educating persons involved in the HCP to raise their awareness of noise hazard.

Chemical Health Risk Assessment

CHRA to identify the hazards posed by each chemical substance used, stored, handled or transported within the place of work and to evaluate the degree of exposure of employees to the hazardous chemicals through inhalation, skin contact, and/or ingestion. It’s also to evaluate the adequacy of existing control measures, conclude the significance of the health risk posed by the hazardous chemicals for recommend further appropriate control measures to prevent or reduce such risks to as low as reasonably practicable (ALARP)



Chemical Exposure Monitoring

The objective of Chemical Exposure Monitoring is to measure hazardous contaminants suspended in air that is being exposed to employees. The Chemical Exposure monitoring would enable employers to measure the contaminants concentration in air, comparing it against the stipulated limit depicted in the Occupational Safety and Health (Use And Standards Of Exposure Of Chemicals Hazardous To Health) Regulations 2000.

Local Exhaust Ventilation (LEV) Inspection

The objective of a Local Exhaust Ventilation monitoring is to measure the efficiency of removal of contaminants from an exhaust system. Local Exhaust Ventilation system monitoring is governed by Occupational Safety & Health Regulations 2000 (Use and Standards of Exposure of Chemicals Hazardous to Health). In general, the efficiency of the Local Exhaust Ventilation system shall be gauged by the performance of its Duct Velocity, Face Velocity, Capture Velocity, as well as the performance (horse power) of motor and fan (rpm).


Workplace safety training is a process that aims to provide your workforce with knowledge and skills to perform their work in a way that is safe for them and their co-workers. It’s include ISO, Ergonomic, Accident / Incident Investigation and Reporting, Effective Safety & Health Committee, Chemical Safety, Forklift Safety, etc