Occupational Blood Lead Testing Exposure/Abatement/Asbestos/Heavy Metals

LEAD

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 Employers are required to protect workers from inorganic lead exposure under OSHA lead standards covering general industry (1910.1025), shipyards (1915.1025), and construction (1926.62).  The lead standards establish a permissible exposure limit (PEL) of 50 µg/m3 of lead over an eight-hour time-weighted-average for all employees covered. The standards also set an action level of 30 µg/m3, at which an employer must begin specific compliance activities. 

Lead exposure is arguably one of the oldest  occupational health hazards.  It is a particularly insidious hazard with the potential for causing irreversible health effects, including hypertension, central nervous system problems, anemia and diminished hearing acuity before it is clinically recognized. 

On-Site Specimen Collection

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American Mobile Phlebotomy Service is #1 in OSHA Certified blood lead level testing. When you or your employees breathe in lead as a dust, fumes or mist, their lungs and upper respiratory tract absorbs into the body which leads to lead exposure. Blood testing for blood lead levels and lead poisoning is important to the health of your lead certified employees. We can help with a medical surveillance program for your company. Blood lead testing, Abatement/Asbestos Removal and Enviromental Companies. Any company that works with lead.



Asbestos

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OSHA 

When workers or employees are exposed to asbestos whether airborne microscopic asbestos fibers are inhaled or ingested, Occupational blood testing lead paint

the body attempts to remove these fibers but instead they become stuck in the protective lining surrounding the lungs, abdomen, or heart. The  trapped fibers irritate the mesothelial cells, causing genetic mutation that develop into tumors over time which cause mesothelioma.