Additional Tests

Local Exhaust ventilation (LEV) inspection, testing and validity by well-trained hygiene technicians and test according to meet the DOSH requirements.
Local Exhaust Ventilation (LEV) is an engineering control system used to reduce exposure to airborne contaminants in a workplace by capturing and extracting the contaminant at the source of the emission. As LEV is a control measure under the “The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) Regulations” it must be regularly and thoroughly inspected and tested and states that any employer who uses Local Exhaust Ventilation to control hazardous substances, must ensure that it is operating effectively
Stack Emissions Monitoring & Testing Services,
Chemical exposure monitoring which comply to DOE standard
Stack Emissions monitoring is referred as Stack emission testing or stack emission monitoring. It is a process to measure emission of industrial waste or pollutants emitted into atmosphere. The pollutants emitted from stack can be solid, gaseous, liquid organic or inorganic.

The objective of Chemical Exposure Monitoring is to measure hazardous contaminants suspended in air that is being exposed to employees. The Chemical Exposure monitoring would enable employers to measure the contaminants concentration in air, comparing it against the stipulated limit depicted in the regulations.

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