Controls

Heirarchy of Controls

In workplaces, many hazards cannot be eliminated. Where this occurs, engineered controls are the first line of defence to protect workers.

Heirarchy of Controls Diagram
Dust Management Controls

Dust Management Controls

Dust control is a vital element in meeting safety, health and environmental requirements. Dust control systems not only help reduce site emissions but also help protect employees.

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Noise Management Controls

Noise Management Controls

Noise control is an important aspect of occupational health and safety. Undue exposure to noise can cause hearing loss, which is one of the most common negative health effects suffered by workers.

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Diesel Management Controls

Diesel Management Controls

These systems capture diesel exhaust as close to the potential source of release as possible, removing diesel exhaust before it gets into the air you breathe.

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Air Management Controls

Air Management Controls

Air management controls are used for forced ventilation or extraction from areas such as enclosures or warehouses. They allow the removal of hazardous particles such as silica dust.

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Temperature Management Controls

Temperature Management Controls

Occupational Health and Safety Hazards cover such a vast array of areas, one that can easy be missed is Temperature. Whether monitoring environmentally temperatures or specific areas and zones, assuring workers aren’t being exposed to excessive temperatures is paramount.

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