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Chemical Exposure Monitoring

What is Chemical Exposure Monitoring?


Chemical exposure monitoring is the process of measuring the amount of chemicals that an individual or group of individuals is exposed to in the workplace and is an integral part of a comprehensive workplace health and safety program. Various types of monitoring can be undertaken depending on a variety of factors.

Personal air sampling is done by wearing a personal air sampling pump that collects a sample of the airborne contaminant that enters the worker’s breathing zone.

Other methods include measuring the levels of chemicals in water and soil, on surfaces, and in biological samples such as blood or urine. The purpose of chemical exposure monitoring is to assess the potential health risks associated with exposure to these chemicals and to identify ways to reduce or eliminate these risks.


Who can undertake chemical exposure monitoring?


Safe and Sound’s expertise in chemical exposure monitoring makes us the ideal choice for clients who are concerned about the potential risks of exposure to hazardous chemicals in the workplace.

With a deep understanding of the relevant regulations and guidelines governing workplace health and safety, we provide accurate and reliable assessments of the level of chemical exposure workers are exposed to. By using the latest technologies, we can help clients identify potential hazards and develop effective strategies to minimize the risk of exposure. With a focus on delivering personalized and responsive services, Safe and Sound can help clients ensure compliance with industry standards and protect the health and wellbeing of their employees.


Contact us today and one of our Occupational Hygienists will be in touch to discuss how we can assist

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