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    Noise Testing/Sampling, Hearing Conservation Programs and Training Services

    The OSHA Noise Standard requires any facility where worker noise exposure equals or exceeds 85 dB-A to implement a Hearing Conservation Program. Where noise levels equal or exceed 90 dB-A, hearing protection is mandatory as well as mandatory noise reduction efforts.  Our professionals have over 40 years of experience in dealing with noise and ...

    By Atlantic Environmental, Inc. based in Dover, NEW JERSEY (USA). from Industrial Hygiene Service line

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    Special Surveys Services

    Welding Fumes Testing/Sampling. Welding fume can harm the health of employees, causing both short term (acute) effects and long term (chronic) effects. Workers can be affected even if employers comply with the OSHA Permissible Exposure Limit (PELs) for exposure, as OSHA’s final standards do not always keep up with current science. Acute ...

    By Atlantic Environmental, Inc. based in Dover, NEW JERSEY (USA). from Industrial Hygiene Service line

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    Respiratory Protection Services

    Respiratory Protection is a complex and many-faceted subject and the fourth most often standard cited by OSHA.

    By Atlantic Environmental, Inc. based in Dover, NEW JERSEY (USA). from Industrial Hygiene Service line

  • Xylene Monitoring

    Monitoring of Xylene in the laboratory, tissue processor, and storage areas includes the following: 8-hour TWA (Time Weighted Average) testing to establish employee exposure levels to the target contaminant. 15-minute STEL (Short Term Excursion Limit) testing to establish peek exposure levels for effected employees. Detailed observations of ...

    By Environmental Monitoring Technology based in Hendersonville, TENNESSEE (USA).

  • Ethylene Oxide Monitoring

    EMT'S Ethylene Oxide Monitoring includes the following: 8-hour TWA (Time Weighted Average) testing to establish employee exposure levels to the target contaminant. 15-minute STEL (Short Term Excursion Limit) testing to establish peek exposure levels for effected employees. 8-hour TWA (Time Weighted Average) testing of approximately 5 personnel ...

    By Environmental Monitoring Technology based in Hendersonville, TENNESSEE (USA).

  • Lead Clearance Testing

    A visual examination and collection of environmental samples by an inspector or risk assessor and analysis by an accredited laboratory upon completion of an abatement project, interim control intervention, or maintenance job that disturbs lead-based paint (or paint suspected of being lead-based). The clearance examination is performed to ensure ...

    By Lead Safe, LLC based in Syracuse, NEW YORK (USA).

  • Safety at Work Services

    In particular, employees at fabrication facilities may be exposed to high noise exposure levels. Even before installation of new production facilities, we advise our clients in respect of the optimal acoustic environment in order to ensure the health and safety of employees. In addition to a systematic inventory and description of the work place ...

    By ACCON GmbH based in Greifenberg, GERMANY.

  • OSHA Exposure Monitoring Services

    Why You Should Use Us: All Phase Environmental, Inc. has the expertise to help guide you through the complex network of physical and chemical exposure laws, regulations and recommendations. Plant managers and safety personnel responsible for personnel exposure monitoring carry a heavy burden when you consider the following facts: OSHA has 470 ...

    By All Phase Environmental, Inc. based in Huntington Beach, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Industrial Hygiene Inspections

    OSHA and other governmental and industry-related agencies regulate chemical and indoor exposure levels, and other workplace safety and exposure criteria. Workers Compensation and insurance companies are also adamant that these issues be handled safely, and that the handling of these issues be documented properly. IET assists management in ...

    By Indoor Environmental Technologies (IET) based in Clearwater, FLORIDA (USA).

  • Epidemiology

    Cardno’s epidemiology work has clarified health risk issues, guided regulatory decision-making, and improved the safety and sustainability of products and operations. Epidemiology, the study of the distribution and determinants (risk factors) of diseases in human populations, is considered the gold standard for assessing the relationship ...

    By Cardno ERI based in Lake Forest, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Environment Services Service line

  • Human Health Services

    Assessment of the potential effects of chemical substances on human health is a key part of a regulatory submission. TSGE’s human health team ensures regulatory data requirements are met by assessing exposure levels, setting endpoints and performing risk modelling for product application submissions.

    By TSGE based in Knaresborough, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Epidemiology

    Cardno’s epidemiology work has clarified health risk issues, guided regulatory decision-making, and improved the safety and sustainability of products and operations. Epidemiology, the study of the distribution and determinants (risk factors) of diseases in human populations, is considered the gold standard for assessing the relationship ...

    By Cardno TEC based in Charlottesville, VIRGINIA (USA). from Environmental Services Service line

  • Noise Control

    Noise is one of the most widespread and underestimated of industrial hazards: exposure to excessive noise can cause deafness or ringing in the ear (Tinnitus). The Control of Noise at Work Regulations came into force on 6th April 2006, applicable to the majority of industry sectors within the UK. This new noise control legislation strengthens the ...

    By MECHON Limited based in Twickenham, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Crystalline Silica Dust on Surfaces

    Crystalline Silica is a common component of many construction materials and natural rocks. If your client involved in mining operation or construction industry, there is a great chance that the settled area dust is rich on α-Quartz and Cristobalite, which are the major constituents of the Crystalline Silica. Presence of silica in settled ...

    By Laboratory Connection Services (LCS) based in London, ONTARIO (CANADA). from Surface Testing Service line

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    Hazardous Releases Services

    The modelling of hazardous releases can be required for emergency situations, such as a liquid spill, catastrophic failure of a tank or rupture of a pipeline. Toxic or flammable substances, such as ammonia, chlorine and Liquid Natural Gas (LNG), are often considered.

    By Cambridge Environmental Research Consultants (CERC) based in Cambridge, UNITED KINGDOM. from Environmental Consultancy Service line

  • Carbon monoxide · air dispersion · consultants

    Carbon monoxide is a product by incomplete combustion of fuel such as natural gas, coal or wood. Vehicular exhaust is a major source of carbon monoxide.Carbon monoxide poisoning is the most common type of fatal air poisoning in many countries. Carbon monoxide is colourless, odorless, and tasteless, but highly toxic. It combines with hemoglobin to ...

    By Canarina Environmental Software based in Canary Islands, SPAIN.

  • Noise Services

    The EPA plays a role in protecting the community from exposure to unacceptable noise levels. We set policies and guidelines for industry and the community, and work closely with other organisations such as local councils and police to respond to community concerns about noise.

    By Environment Protection Authority (SA) based in Adelaide, AUSTRALIA.

  • Testing Services

    A testing program protects and reduces the risk of employee exposure hazards in the workplace. Various OSHA and Environmental regulations require facilities to test for specific chemicals, pollutants and permissible exposure levels. U.S. Compliance can help. We provide clients with a full range of testing and monitoring services.

    By U.S. Compliance Corporation based in Minnetonka, MINNESOTA (USA).

  • Environmental Monitoring Services

    Environmental Pollution Monitoring; This includes indoor and stack monitoring. Indoor monitoring may be necessary to comply with the requirement of the COSHH regulations for monitoring of the exposure levels of personnel to hazardous substances including fumes, dusts and gases. Monitoring methods used are based on current HSE preferred techniques.

    By Environmental Science Ltd based in March, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Workplace Noise Exposure Monitoring Services

    For the past 28 years plus Acoustical Systems, Inc. has developed procedures to establish the occupational noise exposure as required by OSHA regulation. These procedures measure the exposure level from various types of noise, such as continuous, pure tones, and impulse noise. Reporting is in accordance with the latest OSHA and ANSI Standard ...

    By Acoustical Systems, Inc. based in Vandalia, OHIO (USA).

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