Read up on how to achieve effective fume control on site with our comprehensive best practice guide.
39% of Australian workers are exposed to airborne hazards in the workplace with 23% being offered no protection from toxic respirable hazards. Having an effective fume control system on site is essential for the safety of your workers. Most people use the term “fume” very broadly, but to properly understand and control this hazard, we need to know exactly what we are dealing with.
Our best practice guide breaks down the fume control process into easy to follow stages, providing you with comprehensive advice on how to effectively and proactively assess your site environment before and during works. For example, when calculating your fume control requirements, things to consider may include;
Alongside this advice, our fume control experts also guide you through the safe setting up, maintaining and dismantling of your fume control system. With these detailed and straightforward instructions, you will be able to use and care for your system with confidence, allowing you to provide a fume control system that meets the necessary requirements and keeps your workers safe.