Working environment and working environment monitoring
The working environment is the setting that includes the social features and physical conditions in which workers perform their jobs. These factors can affect the labor’s mental & physical state, health, cooperation, and work performance. Having a healthy and safe working environment shall help employees maintain their physical and psychotic health, prevent occupational diseases, and maximize the capacity and efficiency of each employee in particular, and the business in general.
Working environment monitoring is activities of measuring, checking, and monitoring the specific factors including microclimate, physical, dust, chemical, biological, psychophysiological, and ergonomics. The locations and times of the survey are determined in the program defined in the enterprise’s occupational hygiene record. Monitoring results will help businesses know the current status of their workplace, detect factors that fail or are likely to fail to get solutions, and take timely corrective and preventive actions.