Occupational Hygiene Testing

Occupation based activities – spraying, grinding, welding, mixing chemicals or cleaning processes may cause ill-health from exposure to;

Toxic Gas Hazards
Paint Sprays
Weld Fumes
Solvent Vapours
Wood, Metal Dust or Bulk Material Powders

Spot Measurements

Colorimetric detector tubes and passive sampling badges are simple to use and cost-effective for spot sampling measurements.

Continuous Detection

Gas and dust detectors are worn on person, ready to alarm when hazards that persist where you are working reach dangerous levels.

Respiratory Protection

Tasks such as welding, painting, or grinding create airborne dusts, which, if inhaled, can cause serious health issues within tract and bronchioles.

To prevent these dusts from entering the nose and throat, a respirator must be worn to filter dust.

Passive Sampling

To prove control systems are working as they’ve been designed for; workers are required to wear personal monitors to prove their exposure to dust

Case Study - IR Sensors Overcome Silicone Dust Problem at Waste Facility

Discover how an a1-cbiss site survey revealed the inadequate use of pellistor sensors at a waste facility following the issues with their hydrocarbon gas readings.

News - New Calibration Requirements Set by the EA

The EA are keen to improve the accuracy of CO2 data and other pollutants reported under the Pollution Inventory and therefore are asking all EfW plant operators to calibrate their CO2 and N2O CEMS and flow meters by 2023. Find out exactly what the EA are asking for, and how to make sure you're still compliant.

Talk with the Experts

Contact us - Our application specialists will identify the best product for your needs based on the information that you can provide. If you're unsure about what's important, consider booking a site survey.

Book a site survey - Our specialists consider your process, your site conditions and work with you to understand your needs. It is the most effective means of ensuring your system is completely fit for purpose.