Health and safety at the forefront of Auto Extract Systems’ mind

The UK’s leading fume and dust extraction company, Auto Extract Systems, take a very formal approach to health and safety, working to the COSHH (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health) legislation set by the HSE to help reduce harmful air pollution in the workplace. Under the legislation of COSHH, employers are required to control substances that are hazardous to health.

Auto Extract Systems provide a one-stop service to meet your workplace needs’ and has a national coverage that spans the length and breadth of the country. Offering free site surveys and quotations, Auto Extract Systems are here to help your business meet the COSHH legislation and minimise the risk of health and safety to your employees.

With over 60 years combined experience installing and maintaining specialist extraction equipment in a variety of industries, Auto Extract Systems offer complete systems design solutions and are regarded as industry specialists.

Full project management of Auto Extract Systems bespoke installation services will ensure reduced risks to the health and safety of your employees, which will be matched with first-class customer service and support at every step. Our dedicated and fully certified engineers are specifically trained in COSHH testing and will ensure your fume and dust extraction systems are serviced and maintained to meet the health and safety regulations.

Reducing employees exposure to hazardous substances can involve finding out what the health hazards are, deciding how to prevent harm to health (by performing risk assessments and providing and maintaining control measures to good working order ensuring a reduced harm to health.

To find out how Auto Extract Systems can assist you and your business to become health and safety compliant, please click here to get in touch with us today.

To find out more information on COSHH, please click here to visit the HSE’s website.

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