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Any type of work activity entails the risk of potential personnel exposure to harmful workplace physical or chemical factors. Work activities also entail the risk of potential emissions of harmful factors to the environment.

Regarding the potential personnel exposure to harmful factors, the Hellenic legislation clearly mandates that the employer is obliged to apply the necessary measures in order to eliminate or minimize personnel exposure to harmful factors, so far as this is practicable. In any event, the exposure level must not exceed the Threshold Limit Values.

The aforementioned chemical factors include chemicals in the form of dust, particles, fibres, vapours, gases, etc. The physical factors include noise, lighting, temperature, humidity, air velocity, ventilation, thermal stress, etc. These factors can adversely affect the personnel's health or physical safety.

The measurement of the above factors in the workplace environment aims to verify that the Threshold Limit Values (as set in the legislation or proposed by accepted best practices) are not exceeded. The results of the measurements must be used to determine the necessary proactive and/or corrective measures, in order to effectively control the workplace hazards.

Within the scope of environmental, any work activity must develop an effective procedure in order to detect the associated environmental impacts (e.g. various types of emissions), evaluate the severity of these impacts, decide upon the required improvement action and measure the effectiveness of this action. The implementation of an environmental measurement programme is a necessary part of this process.

These environmental measurements aim to ascertain that the Emission Limits for each factor are respected, as set by the environmental legislation or proposed by the globally accepted best practices.

Process Engineering has considerable experience in conducting both Workplace and Environmental Measurements of physical and chemical factors. Measurements are conducted using either the legally required measuring methods, or (in the absence of those) methods that have been globally accepted and used.

The company has the necessary measuring equipment for all physical and chemical factors, which complies with the latest requirements and European or International Norms.

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