Occupational Risk Assessment Reports according to EEC Directive 89/391/EEC of 12 June 1989 on “The introduction of measures to encourage improvements in the safety and health of workers at work”, EEC Directive 91/383 of 25 June 1991 “Supplementing the measures to encourage improvements in the safety and health at work of workers with a fixed-duration employment relationship or a temporary employment relationship” and relevant national legislative requirements.

Gap Analysis applies a prototype methodology for the quantitative assessment of Individual Occupational Risk in workplaces involving dangerous substances, taking into account human vulnerability (dose-response models) for potential consequences to employees related to distinctive hazards.

The occupational risk assessment includes:

  • the identification of workplaces connected to specific operational and spatial activities of the employees involved
  • the identification of all hazards (whether continuous, frequent or unexpected) related to each and every workplace
  • the assessment of all possible hazards released and all possible accidental events connected to the activities in workplaces
  • the evaluation of short-term consequences to the employees
  • the identification and prioritization of technical, organizational and administrative measures and corrective actions
  • the development of safety procedures and working instructions in accordance with national and European standards and best practices
  • documented support on occupational health and safety decision making


Industrial workplace measurements are performed on physical and chemical agents, in collaboration with certified laboratories. These measurements include:

  • Noise
  • Airborne particles – dust
  • Toxic and flammable gases
  • Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC’s)
  • Explosive atmospheres
  • Electromagnetic and ionizing radiation
  • Microclimate (temperature, relative humidity, air velocity, lighting)