Spray Booth Service

BS EN21021 Standards & Breathing Air Tests

December 5, 2014

In addition to reducing the risk of equipment downtime and ensuring that your spray both equipment meets the current legal requirements, legislative spray booth testing will also make certain that your workshop employees are protected and can carry out their job without fear of harm or injury. One particular test that is in the interest of the safety of your employees and required by law at regular intervals is breathing air testing.

Regular Spray Booth Testing as Part of an AGM Services Spray Booth Maintenance Contract

Breathing air tests can be carried out during an AGM Services spray booth service and maintenance visit, eliminating unnecessary costs that arise from additional visits.

As an employer you have a duty of care to your employees and failure to ensure continued compliance with safety regulations such as COSHH may result in prosecution. It is stipulated that Respiratory Protective Equipment (RPE) must be tested at intervals not exceeding 3 months. This will ensure that the equipment is functioning as it should be and that the breathing air that is supplied meets the required standards.

The equipment that AGM Services engineers use to carry out air quality breathing tests is regularly calibrated to ensure complete accuracy. Furthermore, all of our spray booth engineers who are tasked with carrying out the spray booth legislative testing regularly complete comprehensive training programs to ensure their certification is up-to-date.

Contact AGM Services to make an enquiry

To find out more about AGM Services breathing air tests or alternative spray booth testing including:

Contact the AGM Services team direct on 01706 363 585 or make an enquiry via the online contact form provided on our website.

Written by FireCask