SJR scientists can conduct exposure monitoring for a broad spectrum of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulated contaminants. These include dusts, fumes, mists, particulates, vapors and bio-aerosols. SJR’s staff is trained to conduct lead, arsenic and silica exposure assessments. These are required under the OSHA Standard for Construction, in order to determine potential exposure levels to employees.
SJR also provides an assessment report based on this exposure monitoring. This report describes and quantifies identified contaminants and provides recommendations for work practice controls, personal protective equipment (PPE), training, recordkeeping, and medical surveillance (where appropriate).