chemical glutaraldehyde monitoring News

  • Glutaraldehyde in the hospital environment

    Glutaraldehyde isfound in the hospital environment at higher concentrations than those to which the general population is exposed. It's possible adverse health effects are therefore very important to those working in certain parts of hospitals and to patients whose health status may be compromised. The compound is an irritant and can cause sensitisation Glutaraldehyde is a colourless liquid ...

    By PPM Technology

  • Detect and monitor Glutaraldehyde with PPM Technology`s Glutaraldemeter 3

    Employers who require their staff to work with glutaraldehyde have a duty of care in law (in the UK) to ensure that personal ...

    By PPM Technology

  • PPM Technology supplies wireless units for monitoring the air in indoor swimming pools

    Our Wireless IAQ Profile Monitor system is currently being demonstrated in an indoor swimming pool environment; the units contained sensors for Temperature, Humidity, Chlorine, Ammonia, Carbon Dioxide and Carbon Monoxide. Chlorine products are used in swimming pools to prevent growth and spread of bacteria and viruses. Nitrogen pollution is produced from organic derivatives. (sweat, urine) The ...

    By PPM Technology

  • PPM Technology to 'Go Green'

    PPM Technology has adopted a new internal ‘Environmental Policy’. Signed by all staff members, the policy’s aim is to reduce our environmental impact in order to achieve a balance which addresses the needs of business along with responsibilities required to operate to an Environmental Management System. Our progress in regards to the policy will be reviewed regularly, ...

    By PPM Technology

  • How Exposure to Disinfectants and Cleaning Products Could Trigger Work-Related Asthma

    The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) describes work-related asthma as a lung disease caused or made worse by exposures to substances in the workplace. Common workplace exposures that can cause the condition include contact with dust, mold, animals, plants and various ...

    By Cochrane & Associates, LLC

  • Health groups press for more focus on indoor air.

    Health advocates are urging the European Commission to  take a sharper look at indoor air hazards and to strengthen regulations on chemicals found in countless household and workplace products. “It’s a very complex issue because you have a mixture of biological factors, of chemical factors, so it is difficult to say there is the one problem,” said Anne Stauffer, deputy ...

    By PPM Technology

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