Personal Air Monitoring
Survey, assess and measure people's exposure to substances in workplace air.
‘Personal sampling’ is taking an air sample near the worker’s breathing zone to measure the amounts of airborne substances inhaled for a stated task.
This type of exposure measurement is required:
Exposure measurement is not an alternative to controlling exposure.
Measurements are best done after controls have been applied. Exposures vary from day to day. They may be higher on another day when no measurements were taken. If the results for a given task are below one third of the exposure limit, your controls are probably good enough.
With specialist sampling equipment (usually carried out with personnel wearing small testing devices over long- or short-term periods), we can provide a report detailing:
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