Too much noise in the office significantly cuts down on employee productivity. Fortunately, there are all kinds of ways to reduce this annoyance.
Good air quality at work is crucial for healthy and productive employees. Yet, the majority of Belgian workers find it inadequate.
More and more employees are exposed to nanoparticles, also known as the new asbestos. Our expert has a few tips to limit those health risks.
Too much noise in the workplace will impact the productivity of your employees. You can take these steps to reduce noise exposure.
Employers are required to draw up an inventory of asbestos locations and the condition of asbestos-containing materials in the workplace. The inventory also indicates whether any urgent action is required to remove asbestos. Mensura can assist you with drawing up an asbestos inventory.
The topic of this year’s VUSA congress on occupational medicine in Flanders was healthy office work. Mensura attended the event and compiled a brief overview of the main findings.
Humidifiers, dust extraction systems or workshop vacuums: how to reduce fine dust concentration in industrial workplaces?
Cleaning staff handle various types of chemical cleaning agents on a daily basis. Using these chemicals incorrectly can be harmful to their health. As an employer, it is your job to inform your workers of the hazards and create greater awareness. By ensuring that they are using the right cleaning equipment at all times, you can help prevent injuries caused by ergonomic hazards.
Verify whether your building contains asbestos materials. If the answer is yes, then you must draw up an inventory of the asbestos locations and the asbestos-based materials identified.