Analytical Services and Assays
COVID-19 update: Our
analytical services have now been suspended. We will do our best to
store samples already in transit but no further samples should be
sent to the laboratory until further notice. Should you need to get
in touch, the preferred means of contact is currently email at
email@example.com. Many thanks for your understanding
and take care.
Qualifying and quantifying exposure
to hazardous substances is key to improving health within the work
environment. Analysis enables us to determine that a hazard is
present and allows us to test the effectiveness of control
measures. Such evaluation is an integral part of Health Risk Management and Worker Protection.
HSE Science and Research
Centre provides a comprehensive analytical laboratory
service to large and small organisations. Our experts interpret the
results into meaningful data, which enables you to recognise and
act on the hazards in your situation.
Many of our experts are recognised
as international authorities in their field. Through active
participation in method development, collaborative studies and
standards committees, We stand at the forefront of measurement
science in the workplace. This ensures our service to you is
relevant to today's occupational health and safety challenges.
Our quality system is accredited to
ISO9001 and a number of our assays are UKAS (ISO17025) accredited.
Our analytical capabilities are underpinned by an extensive
research programme that ensures continuous improvement to our
Our analytical services cover a
wide range of chemicals and sample types:
You can find details of our
analytical and testing services in our Testing
& Monitoring brochure; other assays and services may be
available on request.
For further details or to request
an assay, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
To discuss our analytical services
in general, please contact our Scientific Support Team on
+44(0)203 028 3383 or email@example.com,
or see our Testing
& Monitoring brochure for contact details for specialists
in the areas above.
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