istock_000012356291xlargeOXYL8 is a long established UK based provider of LEV proficiency and competency training courses. We have been an Approved BOHS Training Provider since 2006.

We deliver BOHS-approved LEV Training Proficiency and Competency courses, including:-

We also offer the OHTA Basic Principles of Occupational Hygiene W201   course which is an excellent introduction to the subject and a recommended course for all LEV specialists.

LEV Training is the core of what we do at OXYL8.  Our dedicated LEV specialist Presenters are well experienced (formerly of HSE) and passionate about this specialist topic.   Our exam results attest to the passion, energy and focus we bring to presenting these specialist LEV courses.

The OXYL8 Team supports our delegates at every step of the process with pre-course materials, post-course support (including video presentations and guides) and in offering the opportunity to gain additional experience through our Mentoring programme.  More information on the Mentoring programme and support materials can be found at our sister website

Our delegates are encouraged to progress and gain certification and qualification through the BOHS Proficiency series of examined courses such as the P601 Examination & Testing, P602 LEV Design, P603 PPE and P604 LEV Performance Evaluation and Management.

OXYL8 are an approved BOHS Course Provider.  Our LEV and Occupational Hygiene training courses are traditionally accepted by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) as key elements in securing basic competence and qualification in various aspects of LEV, be it Design, Specification, Commissioning, Management or Examining and Testing.

Competence in Designing, Installing, Maintaining, Examining & Testing (TExT) LEV, as appropriate, is a statutory requirement for anyone involved in these areas of Local Exhaust Ventilation, and importantly so because LEV is accepted by HSE (and legislation) as a core control approach for managing occupational health risks (and ultimately reducing the high incidence levels of occupational respiratory disease).