Air Monitoring

Sampling of asbestos fibre levels may be required for various reasons including identification, source of contamination, assessment of personnel exposure, determination of background levels, and efficiency and effectiveness of control measures.

OHSS carries out monitoring to ensure asbestos fibre levels in the air are kept to a minimum and within statutory guidelines.

Air sampling and analysis determine the potential risk of exposure, the compliance or otherwise with action levels, control limits and the clearance indicator.

As OHSS is accredited to ISO17020 (Surveying for Asbestos in Premises and Risk Assessments) and ISO17025 (Analysis of Asbestos in Bulk Materials) our survey methods, analysis, quality management system and report formats meet and exceed the highest quality standards available.

OHSS is the only Irish company to hold these competency-based standards.

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