Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) and Environmental Impact Assessment

Occupational Health and Safety (OHS)

Occupational safety and health are identified as the discipline dealing with the prevention of work-related injuries and diseases as well as the protection and promotion of the health of workers. It aims at the improvement of working conditions and environment.

The Health and Safety at Work Act 2003 covers the health and safety standards that should be practised in the workplace. The Act states out the duties everyone must take to protect themselves and others from workplace hazards and explains the 5 main objectives of health and safety in the workplace.

We Techno-Environment as a registered consulting firm we are committed to provide service related to OHS to.

  • To provide safe plant and equipment
  • Safe use, handling, storage and transportation of articles and substances
  • To provide a safe place of work with safe access and egress
  • Suitable provision of relevant information, instruction, training, and supervision
  • Provide a suitable working environment regarding also providing suitable arrangements for welfare.

Our service under OHS.

  • OHS Audit on workplace/Industry/Warehouse /Construction site etc
  • Fumigations
  • Fire extinguisher service
  • Waste management service.


An environmental Impact Assessment (EIA):

Is an assessment of the possible impacts that a proposed project may have on the environment, consisting of the environmental, social and economic aspects. Environmental impact assessment ensures that decision makers consider the environmental impacts when deciding whether to proceed with a project. The application of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in Environmental Management and Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and Audit process has gained substantial momentum over the past few years. Analyzing developments in their spatial context during the initial stages of the EIA process expedites the identification of potential aspects and impacts that may have to be assessed while the process goes on. Potential risk factors may be identified upfront and presented to the client to assess the viability of proceeding with the project. This approach is time and cost saving.

Techno environment use GIS because it is most effectively for environmental data analysis and planning. It allows better viewing and understanding physical features and the relationships that influence in a given critical environmental condition. Factors, such as steepness of slopes, aspects, and vegetation, can be viewed and overlaid to determine various environmental parameters and impact analysis.

GIS can also display and analyze aerial photographs. Digital information can be overlaid on photographs to provide environmental data analysts with more familiar views of landscapes and associated data. GIS can provide a quick, comparative view of hazards (highly prone areas) and risks (areas of high risk which may occur) and areas to be safeguarded.

On completion of data analysis, GIS can help in effective planning and managing the environmental hazards and risks. In order to plan and monitor the environmental problems, the assessment of hazards and risks becomes the foundation for planning decisions and for mitigation activities. GIS supports activities in environmental assessment, monitoring, and mitigation and can also be used for generating environmental models.

GIS can aid in hazard mitigation and future planning, air pollution & control, disaster management, forest fires management, managing natural resources, wastewater management, oil spills and its remedial actions etc.

Our team during Occupational Health and Safety (OHS)
and Environmental Impact Assessment