Field monitoring

Environmental Field Monitoring

Environmental monitoring is an integral part of the Environmental Studies.  Over the last two decades, ERALab monitoring team equipped with the latest technology field equipment has provided numerous environmental monitoring services to many organizations such as Environmental Consultants, Property Developers, Industries and the government authorities for the evaluation of the environment in a particular site or region.  The monitoring of environmental components below by ERALab field team provides information to reflect the existing conditions of a particular project site and can become the rational for environmental study areas to be carried out.

  • Ambient Air
  • Boundary Noise Level or Area Noise
  • Marine Water
  • Groundwater
  • Surface Water (Lake, River, Pond)
  • Soil
  • Wastewater (Domestic and Industrial)
  • Vibration
  • Stack Emission

Occupational Health Field Monitoring

ERALab’s Competent Person and Industrial Hygiene Technicians (IHT) registered with DOSH are capable of conducting field sampling and monitoring relevant to their field of expertise.

Chemical Exposure monitoring is the measurement of exposure to airborne contaminants at work place (Dust, oil mist, organic vapors etc).

This is to meet DOSH requirement under USECHH Regulations, 2000 and to be conducted by a registered IHT.

Noise survey monitoring is conducted by DOSH Noise Competent Person. The monitoring includes noise mapping, point source, personal noise exposure monitoring.

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Measurement is an integral part of IAQ assessment. It is conducted by IHT supervised by a registered IAQ Assessor. Latest field equipment is used for specific indoor air contaminants (chemical, biological agents and radiation (eg radon)) and indoor air conditions.