Air Monitoring

Chrome VI
Proving Cr6 Exposures.

The Chrome VI standard is in full force and periodic sampling is required.

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Industrial Hygiene - Air Monitoring

Approximately 600 chemicals have OSHA permissible exposure limits (PELs) such as methyl ethyl ketone, copper fume and toluene. Although OSHA has PELs for these substances, the agency does not specifically require that air sampling be performed to evaluate employee exposures to ALL of these substances. Instead, it requires two things:

  • All Potential Hazardous Exposures be Identified and Assessed,
  • Employee Exposures to Regulated Chemicals Remain Below the PEL

The Juler Group Industrial Hygiene Air Monitoring strategy follows a systematic and reproducible process that provides a risk judgement for each potentially hazardous chemical agent found in your operations. The copyrighted Qualitative/Quantitative Assessment Matrix (TOUQAM©) process provides sampling information at two stages and satisfies agency requirements while saving sampling labor and analysis costs.


Saving Labor and Analytical Costs.

The determination of an employee's exposure risk to hazardous chemical agents may be accomplished in the following way:

  • Compliant Stage One - Perform Qualitative Assessment
  • Compliant Stage Two - Perform Quantitative Assessment

The Juler Group TOUCAM© process enables an employer to make the determination whether a specific chemical agent presents a possible hazard without actually performing air sampling. Unfortunately, many IH assessments are done with a "let's sample everything" philosophy leading to many man-hours of labor and excessive analytical laboratory costs. Juler Group IH Exposure Assessments do not follow this philosophy!

The Juler Group TOUCAM© process results in a Qualitative Assessment of Risk leading to a sampling strategy that includes only those chemical agents that have been identified as higher risk. Sampling is performed, usually on only a small subset of the agents in an employers operations, where Quantitative data is needed to provide rationale for risk judgment. This saves an employer time and money. The stage one Qualitative Assessment is considered "sampling" by agency and satisfies an employers requirement to identify all hazardous exposure risks in the workplace. Stage two Quantitative Assessment provides data that will either suggest exposure levels are below PELs or whether controls must be evaluated.

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