Biological analysis

Biological monitoring provides a way of assessing chemical exposure by measuring the chemical or its breakdown products in urine or blood.

This type of monitoring is particularly useful in places where chemical exposure can result from inadequate equipment, incorrect use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) or changes in work processes. It also provides confirmation that the existing control measures are adequate or that additional preventative steps and controls need to be put into place, to demonstrate the employers are preventing or controlling exposure in the workplace.

RPS provides the following analyses:

  • Isocyanate biomarkers in urine (HDA, 2,4-TDA, 2,6-TDA, IPDA and MDA)
  • Trace metals in urine and blood
  • Styrene and ethylbenzene as mandelic acid
  • Solvents in urine
  • Benzene exposure metabolite S-phenyl-mercapturic acid (S-PMA) in urine
  • Glyphosate in urine
  • Xylene as methylhippuric acid in urine
  • Creatinine in urine

ISO/IEC 17025 accredited

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