Starting from only £89.00

Spirometry is a basic lung function test, that measures and helps diagnose the volume of air inhaled and exhaled in one forced breath. It is useful for assessing breathing patterns and can help identify breathing conditions such as asthma, cystic fibrosis, and COPD.

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Employees exposed to hazardous fumes and chemicals in the workplace are at increased risk of lung diseases, asthma, and COPD. The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002 (COSHH) requires employers to have measures in place to limit exposure and to protect the health of the employee.

There are certain roles within particular industries that are more susceptible to lung-related diseases.

If your staff works in any of the following roles, it’s worth investing in a spirometry assessment:


  • Motor vehicle mechanics
  • Food manufacturing
  • Hairdressers and beauty technicians
  • Cleaners and janitors
  • Healthcare workers
  • Builders and tradespeople
  • Electrical manufacturers and engineers
  • Welders and fabricators
  • Woodworkers

What are common hazardous substances?


Agricultural crops, flour, and dust


Vehicle spray paint


Laboratory chemical handling


Glues and resins


Wood dust

What does a spirometry assessment entail?

Health questionnaire

The employee is asked questions to identify any factors that may influence the results, such as pre-existing respiratory conditions or abnormal working conditions.

Lung function assessment

The primary aspect of the assessment is delivered through the use of a digital spirometry device. The employee blows into the device and the results are analysed and recorded.

Advice to employee

Based on the results of the assessment, the employee is given advice including information about how to maintain their lung health and the importance of using appropriate PPE.


If spirometry has been provided previously, results will be compared to show any trends or changes in risk profile or severity. We will also provide individual and business recommendations to assist with the management of risks going forward.


Frequently Asked Questions

How long is a spirometry assessment?

Our spirometry assessment takes between 20-30 minutes, depending on the complexity of the answers given in the health questionnaire.

Where will the spirometry session take place?

How will spirometry help my business?

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