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Which Welding Arm Is Right For Me?

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Do you want help choosing the right welding arm for you and your business? We can help! We’ve put together this guide explaining what they are and which processes they’re ideal for.   What is a Welding Arm? A welding arm is a capture method of local exhaust ventilation, typically known as LEV. ...

What is an Industrial Ventilation System?

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Industrial ventilation systems are an essential piece of equipment in most workplaces they provide a health and safety measure to protect staff and stakeholders from harmful workplace contaminants. Industrial ventilation systems are designed to ensure that airborne contaminants are controlled and removed from the worker’s breathing zone to improve indoor air quality.  If a ...

A Complete Guide to the HSE’s HSG258 LEV Guidance

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In this article, we’re looking into the HSE’s HSG258: Controlling Airborne Contaminants at Work: A Guide to Local Exhaust Ventilation (LEV) guidance. We’ll look into what is it, how it forms part of broader guidance and how you can comply with it.   What is HSG258 Guidance? The HSG258: Controlling Airborne Contaminants ...

How Much Exposure to Wood Dust Is Dangerous?

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In 2020, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) updated the EH40 Workplace Exposure Limits (WELs) (commonly also known as occupational exposure limits) guidance, which makes us wonder, how much exposure to wood dust is dangerous? To understand this question in more detail, we also need to understand what wood dust is, how it’s created and ...

How Many Steps Are There to COSHH Compliance? [Infographic]

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There are various theories across the internet of how many steps are there to COSHH compliance. Some businesses say there’s 5, whilst others say there’s 8. However, we on the other hand think there’s 9!   The 9 Steps We’ve Counted… [Infographic]   Step 1 When the requirement for Local Exhaust Ventilation (LEV) is identified or ...