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  • Eric Dominguez

Air Sampling and employee chemical exposures

Updated: Mar 2, 2021

Knowing the contaminants of your workplace

Obtaining qualified help to learn the exposure levels of potential chemical hazards is important. Our industries in Reno are varied. Laboratories in the mining industry, printers, fabricators, small sensor manufacturing etc all have potential exposures. Knowing how much your employee's exposure relative the 'Permissible Exposure Levels' set by OSHA helps your company maintain workplace safety and compliance.

Lead, chromium, mercury, dust, silica, fumes from paints, thinner, welding are just a few examples. Contact SCi Safety for more information on Air Sampling and how you can create programs that help you reduce exposures or develop PPE and engineering controls to reduce exposures.

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