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Work Health & Saftey

At Allseal, we take the health and safety of our employees and customers very seriously. We are committed to ensuring that we exceed the necessary compliance with all relevant work health and safety laws and regulations, and we strive to create a safe and healthy work environment for everyone.


This includes regular safety training and audits, implementing safety procedures, and encouraging a culture of safety throughout our organization. We believe that by prioritizing safety, we can better serve our customers and create a more productive and efficient workplace.


Silca Exposure

Silica dust exposure is a serious concern in many industries, including construction and manufacturing. The dust is created when materials like sand and rock are cut, drilled, or ground, and it can be harmful to inhale. Prolonged exposure to silica dust can lead to lung disease, including silicosis, lung cancer, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).


At Allseal, we take the issue of silica dust exposure very seriously and have implemented strict protocols to minimize the risk to our employees. This includes using engineering controls such as water or ventilation systems to reduce dust emissions, providing personal protective equipment (PPE) to employees who work with silica-containing materials, and conducting regular air quality testing.


We also provide training and education to our employees on the hazards of silica dust exposure and how to protect themselves. Our goal is to ensure the safety and well-being of our employees while they are at work.

Real Time Monitoring

EXPOSI Intelligent Exposure Control is a real-time monitoring system that helps to protect workers from harmful exposure to dust and other airborne contaminants. The system uses advanced sensors and software to continuously measure the air quality in the workplace, and alerts workers and managers when levels of hazardous particles exceed safe limits.

The system works by monitoring the air quality in real-time, using sensors that detect the presence and concentration of particles such as silica dust, which is known to cause lung disease. The data collected by the sensors is analyzed by a sophisticated algorithm, which compares the levels of particles to established safe limits. If the system detects a dangerous level of particles, it will trigger an alarm to alert workers and managers, who can then take action to reduce exposure. Additionally, the system also records and stores data on the air quality, which can be used for compliance reporting and as evidence for health and safety audits.

The EXPOSI Intelligent Exposure Control is an effective tool for protecting workers from harmful exposure to dust and other airborne contaminants. It gives employers real-time data on air quality in the workplace, which can help them make informed decisions.

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