Industrial Hygiene | Environmental XPRT
Articles & Whitepapers
Reliable high-performance sensors underpin the quality of occupational safety equipment
Global regulations state that employers have a duty of care to protect the health, safety and welfare of employees. It is therefore critically important to keep workers’ occupational exposure to harmful gases within permissible limits. The following article explains how, for businesses that handle hazardous vapours, failure to comply with this duty can have disastrous ...
Monitoring Benzene Exposure for Safety and Health
Monitoring Benzene exposure: Choosing the right solution for safety and health As a common carcinogen found in many industrial applications, there is a need to protect against benzene exposure for ...
Protecting Building Occupants and Workers from Formaldehyde Exposure
In 1987, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) classified formaldehyde as a probable human carcinogen. In 2011, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) determined that formaldehyde is a known human carcinogen based on human and ...
National Safety Month and EHS Resources for Businesses and Institutions
Volatile Organic Compounds and Things Building Occupants Should Know Discussed in New Online Video
Preventing Indoor Mold Growth and Optimizing Air Quality in the Built Environment
Building Safety Month in NYC and Resources to Protect Workers and Building Occupants While Optimizing Indoor Environmental Conditions
Equipment & Solutions
Enriched Outdoor Contaminated Ambient Air Sampler
The MerPAS® sampler fitted with the yellow body diffusive barrier is best used for sampling outdoor ambient air with highly elevated mercury concentrations (50 ng/m3). This sampler has a thicker diffusive barrier, thereby reducing the effective sampling rate to lessen Hg capture by the device. The sampling time is typically hours up to 7 days, depending on the expected Hg levels and project ...