The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) is the U.S. Federal agency responsible for prevention of work-related injury and illness. Many goods essential to daily life are produced using hazardous chemicals. As a result workers may be exposed to hazardous chemicals completing their job. Monitoring these exposures can determine any action required to eliminate exposure. NIOSH has developed and rigorously evaluated over 300 methods that outline guidelines for collecting and analyzing samples against known standards. Results can indicate whether action is needed to reduce exposure.
CMTL can help solve workplace problems employing various NIOSH methods and consulting workers about their symptoms, review specific operations, compounds, collect air samples analyze using NIOSH methods. This data helps confirm workers exposure to a specific compound.