Being classified as Group 1 Carcinogenic to humans, Diesel Particulate Matter (DPM) can present significant health risk if exposures are unknownWe can help with diesel emissions management planning, monitoring diesel exhaust, or monitoring potential exposures to DPM on filter media.
Controlling exposure to DPM takes involvement from stakeholders in a broad range of occupations from operations to maintenance personnel. Having a solid strategy to minimize exposure and measure performance is an important aspect of your Risk-Based Hygiene Management process.
When we sample for Diesel Particulate Matter, we follow our internal procedure that conforms to NIOSH – Elemental Carbon (Diesel Particulate): Method 5040, Issue Date 15th March 2003.
Whether it is campaign monitoring on a short-duration project, baseline monitoring, or determining post-control changes in exposure profiles, we can help monitor the DPM levels in your work environment.