Dust Sampling

Exposure to airborne occupational dust can cause chronic respiratory diseases such as asthma, as well as occupational cancers. 

According to the HSE, in 2018/19, there were an estimated 12,000 lung disease deaths linked to past exposures at work.

Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002 (COSHH) requires air sampling to perform the critical task of monitoring workers' exposure in almost every industry.

Workplace dust exposure can stem from milling flour in a bakery to exposure whilst cutting, grinding, and sawing in a factory. 

By consistently measuring the concentration of airborne contaminants, steps can be taken to reduce workers' exposure, thereby helping to prevent potentially life-threatening illnesses.

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