Exposure Monitoring

Identifying potential hazards within the workplace is a crucial step in keeping your workforce safe. All employers have both the obligation and legal responsibility to provide a safe and healthful working environment for their employees. Midwest Environmental Consulting Services (MEC) can assist in managing exposure risks within the workplace. We provide simple and cost-effective solutions for all types of work environments.

While workplace safety appears to be a straightforward goal, the complexities of health regulations combined with the growing number of hazardous materials make this a task challenging. The professionals at MEC have performed workplace exposure monitoring assessments throughout the United States since 1994. Your facility can trust MEC to provide a complete evaluation of your site.

Through our exposure monitoring processes, we can determine the severity of potential exposures and help implement effective employee protection strategies. We use OSHA approved sampling methodologies to identify and assess these risks and develop appropriate controls and protection plans.

Indoor Air Quality Monitoring

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires that personnel air monitoring be conducted on 25 percent of all workers during abatement. To maintain acceptable indoor air quality standards, MEC can perform the air monitoring for you and provide you with a project log containing air monitoring reports.


Our goal is to ensure chemical safety within the workplace. We provide comprehensive worksite evaluations for all types of chemical exposure. Through our exposure monitoring process, our team will create a list of all chemicals in use within your workplace and perform a detailed evaluation of exposure mitigation processes.

Noise Exposure Monitoring

Occupational noise exposure is often the byproduct of many industrial processes, but it can occur in any workplace. Because of its pervasiveness, our hearing conservation program is designed to protect all workers who are at risk for significant hearing impairment.