Health risk analysis (the identification of potential workplace exposure to hazards), is a fundamental aspect of an effective health and safety program. Risk analysis may be performed by either quantitative or qualitative methods for a single hazardous containment or for a variety of occupational stresses.
Work site stresses are categorized as either chemical or physical agents. Measurement of employee exposures to identify stress is necessary to assure regulatory compliance or for the enhancement of an established program.
Our experience and understanding of occupation hazards and the associated regulatory requirements enables us to provide you with an accurate, credible documentation of workplace conditions. The final report for services performed explains the findings and offers recommended response actions to ensure employee safety and health as well as governmental compliance.
Consulting services are available for industrial and institutional facilities. Air monitoring of these stresses is performed to determine airborne contaminant concentrations and employee exposures.
- Organic Vapors
- Lead Gases
- Total Welding Fumes
- Hexavalent Chromium
- Specific Metal Testing
- Ionizing Radiation
- Non-ionizing Radiation
- Heat Stress