Biological Monitoring

Employees exposed to chemicals may require testing for specific biological chemicals, such as Isocynates, Nickel, Chrome, Styrene, Toulene, etc.

The purpose of biological monitoring is to evaluate the effectiveness of control measures that are in place to prevent occupational exposure, and to identify any potential health risks that may arise from exposure to hazardous substances.


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Biological monitoring typically involves the collection of biological samples such as blood, urine, or breath, from workers who are exposed to hazardous substances. These samples are then analysed to determine the level of exposure to the substance or agent of concern.

In addition to measuring exposure, biological monitoring can also be used to monitor the health effects of exposure, for example, it can be used to detect early signs of disease or injury that may be caused by exposure to hazardous substances in the workplace.

Biological monitoring is an important tool for protecting the health and safety of workers, and for ensuring that workplace exposure to hazardous substances is kept at a safe level.

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