Clear and concise report writing: guidance for occupational hygienists
Occupational hygiene is concerned with the Anticipation, Recognition, Evaluation and Control of health hazards in the workplace; at each of these stages, effective communication is essential.
The production of formal written reports is one of the key methods of communicating occupational hygiene information. This guidance will help occupational hygienists produce clear and effective reports to achieve the aims and objectives for which they have been produced. The aims of the guidance are to:
Provide a basis for good practice.
Aid the Continuing Professional Development of qualified occupational hygienists.
Provide a study aid for the trainee occupational hygienist.