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Exposure Monitoring

At IAQ Services, we offer Exposure Monitoring Services to assess and mitigate potential risks associated with exposure to various contaminants and hazardous substances.


Key Components of Our Service:

Risk Assessment:

A thorough risk assessment is performed to identify potential sources of exposure in your workplace or environment.

We consider a wide range of contaminants, including chemicals, dust, biological agents, noise, and more, that could pose health risks.
Exposure Monitoring Plan:


Based on the risk assessment, we create a customized Exposure Monitoring Plan tailored to your specific needs.

Benefits of Our Service:

Improved workplace safety and health for employees.
Compliance with occupational and environmental regulations.
Minimized risk of exposure-related health issues and legal liabilities.
Enhanced reputation and community relations through responsible environmental management.
At IAQ Services, our Exposure Monitoring Services offer a systematic and proactive approach to identifying and managing exposure risks.

Contact us today to schedule exposure monitoring for your workplace or project and take the first step toward a safer and more responsible environment.

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Noise Exposure Survey

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At IAQ Services, we are dedicated to ensuring that our clients meet the highest standards of employee hearing protection and safety. Our noise exposure surveys are designed to help businesses comply with OSHA and NIOSH regulations, and to implement effective strategies to minimize risks. Our experienced professionals have years of experience in conducting surveys in a variety of settings, and we use the latest technologies and techniques to deliver accurate, reliable data. Contact us today to learn more about our Hearing Conservation Program and other services we offer to help you achieve your safety goals.

Our Noise Exposure Survey is conducted in three simple steps.

First, we measure the noise levels of your premises using specialized equipment. Second, we analyze the data to determine your employees' exposure levels and compare them with the regulatory standards. Finally, we provide you with a comprehensive report that highlights areas of concern and recommendations on how to mitigate the risks.

Waste Anesthesia Gas Survey 

At IAQ Services, we understand the importance of patient safety and the impact of waste anesthesia gases (WAGs) on your healthcare facility. By partnering with us, you will have the assurance of working with a knowledgeable and experienced team of life safety specialists. We conduct WAG surveys that won't interrupt your surgical schedule, all while adhering to Joint Commission regulations and ensuring the safety of your patients and staff.

Waste Anesthetic Gas surveys may be needed if you work in a healthcare facility where anesthesia is used. The survey is designed to detect harmful gases that may be present in the air. At IAQ Services, we are dedicated to providing a thorough and reliable WAG survey. Our experts will use state-of-the-art equipment to identify potentially harmful gases, and we will provide recommendations to help reduce your exposure to these gases.

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Lead Paint Survey

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Our Lead Paint Survey services are designed to provide you with peace of mind when it comes to the safety of your building and its occupants. Our expert team has years of experience in identifying and mitigating lead paint hazards, and we use the latest techniques and tools to assess your building. If you need to comply with EPA regulations or you have concerns about lead paint hazards, our team is here to help. Contact us today to schedule a survey.

Conducting a lead paint survey doesn't have to be a complicated process. With the latest XRF instruments and our team of experienced professionals, Lead Paint Survey delivers real-time results you can count on. Our easy-to-follow steps ensure that you get a comprehensive analysis and recommendations for lead paint removal.


Contact us today to schedule your survey.

Chinese Drywall Inspection

Chinese drywall became a major issue in Florida and other parts of the United States during the mid-2000s housing boom.


In Florida, the impact of Chinese drywall was particularly significant due to the state's high construction activity during that period.


Homeowners and building owners in Florida experienced not only material corrosion but also health-related problems, such as respiratory issues and irritated eyes, attributed to the release of sulfur gases from the drywall.

To address the issues associated with Chinese drywall, inspections became crucial. The elements of our Chinese drywall inspection typically include:


Visual Examination:

Inspect for visual signs of corrosion on metal components, such as wiring, plumbing, and HVAC systems, and blackening or discoloration on copper surfaces.


Air Quality Testing

Some inspections may involve air quality testing to measure the concentration of sulfur compounds and other potentially harmful substances in the indoor environment.


Sampling and Laboratory Analysis

In some cases, samples of drywall may be collected for laboratory analysis to confirm the presence of problematic sulfur compounds and determine the extent of the issue.

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