Densely populated and highly industrialised areas of the world
often experience periods of poor air quality.
This is a direct result of airborne pollutants produced by coal
fired power stations, vehicle exhaust emissions and other output
from the surge in industrial output that has made countries such as
China the world's leading manufacturing nations.
Many globally-renowned organisations from all sectors of
industry have migrated to these highly industrialised locations in
order to take advantage of lower production costs and to position
themselves closer to regions of the world in which product demand
Whilst governments are taking action to address poor air
quality, employees and their families - including ex-pat families -
continue to be exposed to serious conditions which may adversely
impact their health and wellbeing whilst they live in the world's
How HSL can help
HSL has first-hand experience of working with global
organisations to identify the key issues and concerns regarding
poor air quality, and to help these organisations prioritise
HSL can deploy specialists in:
Why contract with HSL?
HSL's unparalleled range of multidisciplinary expertise,
together with our knowledge of UK Health and Safety regulation (we
are a part of the Health and Safety Executive (HSE)), means that we
can provide high quality advice and guidance based upon real-world
experience, enabling you to make strategic decisions with
We regularly work internationally with global organisations and
are uniquely positioned to offer advice and support regarding
complex health and safety issues.
Your organisation will obtain the best possible advice from
internationally recognised experts, drawing on HSL's expertise in
RPE and the health effects of air pollution, including access to
healthcare professionals and occupational healthcare doctors.
This will enable you to provide your employees and other
stakeholders advice and actions that are based upon robust,
independent science, so that practical and cost-effective solutions
can be developed and implemented to control air quality
For more information about tackling poor air quality,
email firstname.lastname@example.org or
call +44 (0)203 028 2133