Air quality monitoring is essential for certain industries and its employees to determine exposure levels to potentially hazardous substances within the breathable workplace atmosphere.
Quantifying levels of airborne contaminants provides companies with real-time data to assist in developing appropriate risk-based control and minimisation strategies to ensure exposures in the workplace and kept as low as practicable.
Air sampling and detection of atmospheric contaminants is performed in line with governing standards and the most up to date professional and analytical occupational hygiene techniques.
Laboratory analysis of air samples is always performed at NATA (National Association of Testing Authority) approved facilities.
Together with air quality monitoring, a review of the current ventilation layout within a workplace may also be necessary to assess the effectiveness of controls used in reducing exposures.