Heinemann's Environmental Monitoring, Inc.
Heinenman's Environmental Monitoring, Inc.

LABORATORY CHEMICAL EXPOSURE TESTING

The purpose of Heinemann's chemical exposure testing programs is to minimize or control exposure to prevent potential health effects from occupational exposure by:

  • Conducting exposure assessments and monitoring
  • Establishing safe handling practices and controls to minimize exposure
  • Providing health hazard information and training
  • Maintaining an employee medical surveillance program

Formaldehyde Monitoring

EM'S formaldehyde monitoring program addresses:

  • Exposure assessments and monitoring
    • Monitoring of breathing zones for employee exposure
  • Regulated areas
    • Pathology Grossing, Histology, Morgue, Microbiology, Cytology, OR, OB and Dialysis
  • Hazard communication
    • Monitor employee work practice and emergency action plans
  • Engineering controls
    • Ventilation system evaluation of inlet and exhaust vents to calculate
      total air exchange rate
  • Protective equipment
  • Employee medical surveillance
  • Emergencies
    • Evaluate emergency action plans
  • Reporting
    • Results include: 8 HR TWA; Evaluation of inlet and exhaust vents to calculate total air exchange rate discrepancies

Glutaraldehyde Monitoring

HEM'S glutaraldhyde monitoring program addresses:

  • Exposure assessments and monitoring
    • Monitoring breathing zones for employee exposure during peak usage with digital electrochemical sensor for accurate instantaneous results (OSHA-approved method)
  • Regulated areas
    • OR, CS Endo, Cysto, RT, ER and Anesthesia
  • Hazard communication
    • Monitor employee work practice and emergency action plans
  • Engineering controls
    • Ventilation system evaluation of inlet and exhaust vents to calculate
      total air exchange rate using the dilution method
  • Protective equipment
  • Employee medical surveillance
  • Emergencies
    • Evaluate emergency action plans
  • Reporting
    • Results include: 8 HR TWA; Evaluation of inlet and exhaust vents to calculate total air exchange rate discrepancies
 Heinemann’s Environmental Monitoring, Inc.  |  P.O. Box 73, Frederick, MD 21705 - 301.668.2614
About Us | Professional Credentials | Services | Products | Links | Contact Us | Home