Occupational Hygiene Testing
Toxic Gas Hazards
Wood, Metal Dust or Bulk Material Powders
Colorimetric detector tubes and passive sampling badges are simple to use and cost-effective for spot sampling measurements.
Gas and dust detectors are worn on person, ready to alarm when hazards that persist where you are working reach dangerous levels.
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.
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 - How EfW Operators are Benefiting From a Biogenic CO2 Sampler
To obtain ROC’s, the operator must prove biogenic content is at 50% or greater. With our Ofgem approved sampler, operators can be confident of submitting accurate results to claim ROCs.
Case Study - CO2 Detection System Commissioning at Brewery
If leaks go undetected, CO2 is a major threat to health within the brewing industry. a1-cbiss comissioned a fixed gas detection system for CO2 and O2 ready to provide visual warnings once alarm levels are reached.
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