Working environment testing

Tests and measurements – harmful factors that occur in the working environment include:

  • measurements of dust levels, including: concentration of total dust, respirable dust and free crystalline silica,
  • measurements of PAH in the air,
  • measurements of electromagnetic fields,
  • evaluation of computer stations,
  • measurements of effectiveness of ventilation,
  • measurements of metal concentration in the air,
  • measurements of concentration of toxic substances in the air,
  • measurements of lighting, including luminance,
  • noise level measurements,
  • noise spectrum measurements to select hearing protection,
  • measurements of microclimate (cold, warm, moderate),
  • measurements of energy expenditure.