Indoor Air Quality Assessment

Occupational/Chemical Exposure Monitoring

Asbestos Survey & Testing/Asbestos Removal & Demolition Clearance Survey
Noise & Vibration Testing (Ship & Offshore Rig/Platform)
Occupational/Dosimetry & Boundary Noise Monitoring (Oil & Gas, Petrochemical & Process Industry)
Inventory of Hazardous Materials Assessment (IHM)
Microbial Contamination Survey & Remediation

Emission Monitoring IMO MARPOL 73/78 Annex VI (Ship & Offshore Rig/Platform)
Drinking Water, Sewage Water, Bilge Water, Gray Water, Exhaust Gas Scrubber Wash Water & Ballast Water Testing

The Maritime Labour Convention (MLC 2006) have set out regulations specifying the need to comply and to maintain high quality drinking water standards onboard ship which protect crew from waterborne health risks. Drinking water requirement is also addressed in the World Health Organization (WHO) International Health Regulations Guide to Ship Sanitation (2007) and WHO Guidelines for Drinking Water Quality (2011). The IMO Resolution MEPC.159 (55), 2006 revised guidelines on implementation of effluent standards and performance tests for sewage treatment plants require ship owners to ensure the efficiency of their onboard sewage treatment system and exhaust system at all times. The EPA's 2013 Vessel General Permit (VGP) requires vessel discharge, sample collection and analytical monitoring for Bilge water, Gray water, Exhaust Gas Scrubber Wash water and Ballast water. The IMO Ballast Water Management Convention seeks to address the issue of invasion of aquatic organism to other aquatic ecosystem. The guidelines requires the integrity testing of the ballast water treatment system to ensure its efficiency and reliability.