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Bioaerosol Monitoring

Bioaerosol monitoring

Keep your workforce safe and remain compliant to Environment Agency standards with complete Bioaerosol Monitoring and analysis.

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Key Benefits of Bioaerosol Monitoring

  • Protect employees from potential bioaerosol related health complications
  • Remain compliant to Environment Agency standards
  • Avoid potential fines and prosecutions
  • Receive reliable and accurate results with an ISO17025 and UKAS-MCERTS accredited service
  • Gain expert advice and guidance

What is Bioaerosol Monitoring?

Exposure to bioaerosols can be detrimental to health. Bioaerosols are also referred to as biological aerosol or organic dust and they are airborne microorganisms such as bacteria, actinomycetes, fungi, pollen, moulds or viruses. Typically, Bioaerosols are not visible to the human eye and are able to penetrate deeply into our respiratory systems. Constant and cumulative exposure to bioaerosols can cause a range of health problems including gastrointestinal illness, bronchitis, and cancer. Bioaerosol monitoring helps you to ensure the safety of your workforce and keeps you compliant to Environment Agency standards. Envirocare can offer you complete Bioaerosol Monitoring and analysis from both captured (stack) and uncaptured (ambient) sources.

It is important to monitor bioaerosols in the workplace to ensure that exposure is controlled as much as possible to protect yourself and employees from consequent health problems. Measures can include PPE, establishment of risk zones and engineered controls (such as air-conditioned vehicle cabs).

What to Expect

An experienced technician will provide you with bioaerosol monitoring which is ISO17025 and MCERTS accredited to an in-house method based on EN17359:2020. Bioaerosol Monitoring is an intricate and sensitive exercise and Envirocare make sure that you will get reliable and accurate results.

Bioaerosol Monitoring Facility Bioaerosol monitoring involves:

  • Continual monitoring of wind speed/direction
  • Sampling upwind of site to measure the concentrations of microorganisms that are blowing onto the site
  • Sampling downwind of the site to measure concentrations of microorganisms that are blowing of the site
  • Sampling at a point nearest closest sensitive receptor to the site
Air Quality Monitoring and COSHH for UK Hospital Trust

Air Quality Monitoring and COSHH for UK Hospital Trust

Envirocare were commissioned by a hospital Trust to design and carry out the annual hospital air quality monitoring survey for a wide range of substances with the potential to cause harm to the employees throughout hospitals in the Trust.

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