Forms for reporting occupational hygiene measurements
You should use two different forms when reporting the measurements:
- Form A relates to the work station.
- Form B relates to the results of the measurement.
There are also instructions on how to fill in the form. Only available in Swedish.
Instructions on how to fill in form YH-A and YH-B, swedish, pdf, opens in a new window
Follow the steps below
Fill in all the fields marked *, and preferably the other fields too. The more fully you are able to fill in the form, the quicker we can process your report.
Fill in information on
- the workplace
- the activity
- the purpose of the measurement
- information from the measurement you have taken
- suggested actions.
Fill in information on
- the measurement and the measurement strategy, for example who carried out the measurement and the test site to which the measurement relates
- the test site, for example the work tasks and exposure patterns
- whether respiratory protective equipment is used in carrying out the measurement and what type of respiratory protective equipment is used in that case
- the ventilation at the test site
- the climate at the test site
- the measured values for the respective substances
- comments on the measurement, for example the working conditions, shift and measuring procedure.
Send the files together with any attachments by email to email@example.com. Attachments can be, for example, photographs, sketches or drawings. We can accept attachments in several formats, for example jpg, Word and pdf.
You can also submit the forms by normal letter to
171 09 Solna.
However, it is easiest for us if you use email.
- When we receive the measurement reports, we will record them.
- We can use the reports when we inspect your place of work
Regulations on occupational exposure limit values:
Do you have views on the forms? Feel free to email
It is obligatory to measure certain substances
If employees are exposed to certain substances, you must measure them under the regulations (AFS 2011:19) on chemical hazards in the working environment. This applies to the following substances:
- lead and inorganic lead compounds
- ethylene oxide
- cadmium and inorganic cadmium compounds
- styrene, vinyl toluene and other reactive monomers used in ester plastic production.
Compile the measurement results and send them to the Swedish Work Environment Authority, preferably by email. This makes it easier for us to process them.
If you have any questions
Contact our answering service by telephone on 010-730 90 00.
Last updated 2021-02-23