HSE Laboratory & Lab Services
MYSHEQA ACADEMY - BEYOND HSE EXCELLENCE
HSE Monitoring and Lab Services
A prominent company in the field of measurement science, our wide-ranging diagnostic services and comprehensive assessments will aid you in qualifying and quantifying the exposure of hazardous agents at your workplace and its surrounding. Besides these laboratory services, we provide thorough testing facilities that will help you identify and remove health, safety, and environmental hazards.
MySHEQA has many high-profile experts, most of whom are very distinguished in their field, and you can assuredly receive professional guidance from these professionals. These specialists will glean crucial data from analysing your test results, which will allow you to pinpoint and eliminate HSE risks efficiently and effectively. We guarantee you that we only deliver value for your money and we constantly remain relevant in today’s health, safety, and environmental world.
With the Chemical Health Risk Assessment or CHRA, employees can be securely protected from the adverse effects of chemicals. The CHRA is compulsory by Use and Standards of Exposure of Chemicals Hazardous to Health Regulations 2000.
Employers are required by Regulation 26 of Use and Standards of Exposure of Chemicals Hazardous to Health Regulations 2000 to conduct Chemical Exposure Monitoring to ensure that the exposure of hazardous chemicals or substances is closely monitored and analysed.
Chemical Exposure Monitoring includes:
- Direct reading of instruments for gas/vapour sampling
- Gas-detecting tubes
iii. Measurement of atmospheric conditions
- Assessment of sampling instruments
- Analysis of dust concentration
- Chain of custody and frequency of monitoring
The most efficient engineering control equipment used to regulate air contaminants at a workplace is the Local Exhaust Ventilation (LEV) system. As said in Regulation 17 of Use and Standards of Exposure of Chemicals Hazardous to Health Regulations 2000, it is mandatory for any engineering control equipment, which includes the LEV, to be self-inspected monthly and tested yearly by a Hygiene Technician for functionality. In Regulation 18, it is stated that all LEV systems must be tested by the engineer after installation. Furthermore, Regulation 19 requires all employers to keep records of their LEV design, construction, evaluation, and maintenance, incase of request for viewing by DOSH.must meet the approved standards of a professional, registered engineer and the LEV
The OSH Noise Exposure Regulations 2019 instructs that all companies must conduct Noise Monitoring in order to reduce noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) among company employees. Although our main service is Noise Risk Assessment, MySHEQA offers many services for companies to abide by the regulations
Scope of Work
- Area Noise Monitoring / Mapping – To map work area into 3 different noise zones & to identify and confirm the noise sources, level & type of noise created at the selected locations/areas.
- Personal Noise Monitoring (8 Hours) – To assess personal noise exposure on selected personal working at the following high noise area for 8 hours. One personal noise monitoring at each high noise area
- Recommendation to reduce Noise – To recommend management on the appropriate measures to be taken in any event the result recorded exceeded the action level and permissible level.
The Audiometric Testing Program tests your ability to hear all sorts of sounds that vary in loudness (intensity) and speed of sound wave vibrations. We offer mobile Audiometric Services on-site that can keep your employees healthy and help you meet the standards of the OSH Noise Exposure Regulations 2019.
Scope of Work
- DOSH Registered Occupational Health Doctor (OHD) reviews all procedures and finalizes the report with signature
- Compilation of individual test and summary of report will be presented to Company in 2 weeks after testing are done
According to the Industry Code of Practice on Indoor Air Quality 2010, a healthy working environment cannot be achieved when the Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) is less than adequate. IAQ issues usually stem from indoor air pollutants or faulty ventilation. Thus, IAQ Assessments must be conducted regularly in order to meet the legal requirements of Section 15 of the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994 and to keep the workplace safe.
The purpose of this code of practice is to ensure that employees and other occupants are protected from poor indoor air quality that could adversely affect their health and well being, and thereby reduce their productivity.
Scope of Work
To provide competent personnel & equipment for in-situ measurement/ collection, laboratory analysis and report generation (covering data evaluation, ascertaining source/(s) of concern, and where relevant recommendation to overcome any inherent issues) to comply with the Industry Code of Practice on Indoor Air Quality, 2010 issued by the Department of Occupational Safety and Health, Malaysia.
Environmental monitoring consists of multiple procedures and operations that characterises and tracks the quality of the environment. This type of monitoring is performed before having environmental impact assessments or while there are human activities being carried out that are potentially harmful to the environment. All environmental monitoring is designed to gather the current status of the environment and all environment monitoring results will be examined and published.
Water and Effluent Parameter
Salinity, Total Suspended Solids, Oil & Grease, Heavy Metals, E-Coli, Nitrate- N, Full Std A&B, River Water Interim Std, Drinking Water Std and etc.
pH Value, Turbidity, Color, BOD, Dissolved Oxygen, Total Dissolved, TDS, Oil & Grease, Heavy Metals, Minerals, Aluminium, Cyanide, Fluoride, Nitrate, Nitrite, Phenols, CCE, Chloroform, Organochlorine Pesticides, VOC, SVOC, Herbicides-2,4 D, Alkalinity, Ammonia Nitrogen, Chloride, Chlorine, COD, Total Hardness, Calcium Hardness, Magnesium Hardness, Total Nitrogen, Sulphide, Coliform, E-Coli
Noise is commonly defined as unwanted sound, independent of loudness that can produce a desired physiological or psychological effect in an individual, and that may interfere with the social ends of an individual or group. Boundary and environmental noise will be an issue, especially in industrial areas or high population areas, and the source of noise and their adverse effects on our well being can be varied.
MySHEQA able to make suitable noise measurement and monitor the environmental noise over periods of durations to measure and assess risk, whilst offering practical solutions which specially design for your needed to reduce the exposure and comply with noise regulation.
One of the common noise monitoring, boundary noise monitoring requested for a combination of regulatory, environmental and measurement of noise exposure to neighbouring premises.
Scope of Work
The proposed scope of work aims to conduct assessment and prepare adequate documentation for complying to Environmental Quality Act 1974 PART IV – PROHIBITION AND CONTROL OF POLLUTION (Section 23 – Restrictions on noise pollution)
The Assessment Process
Boundary noise monitoring will be carried out at 4 locations around the boundaries of each of two facilities which, such locations to be determined at the time the monitoring is carried out. It is anticipated that the boundary noise monitoring exercise will be carried out over one working day
pH Value, Moisture Content, Solids Content, Ash Content, Loss on Ignition, Oil & Grease, Organic/Inorganic Content, Sulphur/Sulphate/Sulphide, Heavy Metals, Minerals, Aluminium, Boron, Cyanide, Phosphorus, Phosphate, Silica, Leaching Test
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1) Contact us through email or phone at email@example.com or 03 7931 7676.
2) Our OSH consultant will review your requests and specific needs.
3) We send you a proposal containing the technical requirements and cost implications.
4) You consider our added value and choose to accept our proposal or not.
5) If you accept our proposal, we carry out the HSE Monitoring Services.