Industrial Hygiene 

Let NJ take the guesswork out of health hazard evaluation.

The list of toxic and hazardous substances in OSHA's 1910 Subpart Z is very long and detailed. The only way to know if an air contaminant is above or below The OSHA limits is through air sampling according to the appropriate NIOSH methods, with equipment that has been properly calibrated.

Why risk cited by OSHA as a result of an employee complaint concerning a health hazard? OSHA fines increased seven fold in March 1991, and OSHA can legally cite you for each employee exposed! Avoid costly penalties and find out if you have a health problem in advance of an OSHA inspection. Call NJ & Associates, Inc. for industrial hygiene surveys.

Partial List of Common Industrial Health Hazards

  • Gases - Carbon Monoxide, Ethylene Oxide, Hydrogen Sulfide, Methane, Nitrogen Oxides, Phosgene, Vinyl Chloride.

  • Particulates - Asbestos, Black Carbon, Coal Dust, Fly Ash, Spray Pain Mist, Silica, Wood.

  • Metals - Antimony, Arsenic, Beryllium, Cadmium, Chromium, Lead, Mercury.

  • Solvents - Acetone, Benzene, Methyl Ethyl Ketone, Methylene Chloride, Naphtha, Toluene, Xylene.

  • Miscellaneous - Acid Mists, Caustics, Oil Mist, Pesticides.

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