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Health and exposure monitoring
What to know about exposure monitoring and health monitoring – for small businesses
Your workers’ health is important. Monitoring can be used to effectively manage health risks to your workers that arise from your work.Read more
What to know about exposure monitoring and health monitoring – for workers
Your business must manage the risks to your health from the work you do. They could use monitoring to help them to do this. The type of monitoring will depend on the kind of work you do.Read more
Exposure monitoring and health monitoring – guidance for businesses
This guidance covers both exposure monitoring and health monitoring. It provides good practice advice for businesses on selecting external monitoring providers and then on putting in place monitoring programmes. Businesses with in-house monitoring providers may also find aspects of this guidance useful.Read more
Workplace exposure standards and biological exposure indices
The Workplace Exposure Standards (WES) and Biological Exposure Indices (BEI) are intended to be used as guidelines for people qualified in occupational health practice.Read more
The health monitoring required under the Health and Safety at Work (General Risk and Workplace Management) Regulations 2016
Health monitoring is a way to check if the health of workers is being harmed from exposure to substances hazardous to health while carrying out work, and aims to detect early signs of ill-health or disease.Read more
The exposure monitoring required under the Health and Safety at Work (General Risk and Workplace Management) Regulations 2016
Exposure monitoring can be used to find out if workers are potentially being exposed to a hazard at harmful levels or if the measures in place to control exposure to that hazard are working.Read more