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  • Test and assessment of the occupational-disease-
    Summary In order to prevent, control and eradicate occupational diseases might caused by construction projects, to regulate the supervision and management of occupational health of construction projects, and to ensure the prevention facilities of occupational diseases in construction projects go into designing, construction, production and use simultaneously with the main part of the projects, Code of Occupational Disease Prevention of PRC specifies the regulations for the assessment of the occupational diseases in construction projects. Pre-assessment of Occupational Diseases in Construction Projects Significance of pre-assessment: Pre-assessment of occupational diseases aims at the construction projects that might cause occupational diseases. It carries out hygiene analysis and assessment on the occupational-disease-inductive factors and its harmfulness and exposure levels, prevention facilities and emergency rescue facilities of occupational diseases on the stage of the feasibility proof of the projects.  Assessment on the effects of the control of the occupational diseases in construction projects refers to the comprehensive assessment on the occupational-disease-inductive factors and its exposure levels in the workplace, prevention facilities and measures of occupational diseases and the effects between the completion and the final acceptance of the project.  Approve and initiate a project: The construction project can get the approval from the administrative department after the pre-assessment of the occupational diseases.  Forecast the types and intensity of the inductive factors: Forecast the types and intensity of the inductive factors that might exist in the working place after the completion of the project with the methods such as analogy. Control the occupational diseases from the very beginning: Use professional advice to carry out the prevention work of occupational diseases after the completion of the project so as to avoid the occurrence of occupational diseases. Test and assessment on the radiological prevention in the workplace Laws and regulations: Code of Occupational Disease Prevention of PRC Article 27 The Employer should appoint respective employee to make routine supervision over occupational-disease-inductive factors and ensure the normal operation of the monitoring systems. The Employer should make regular test and assessment on the occupational-disease-inductive factors in the workplace according to the regulation of the public health authority under the State Council. The assessment result shall be logged into the Employer’s occupational health archive for regular submission to local public-health authority and for release to the laborers. The test and assessment of occupational-disease-inductive factors should be undertaken by occupational-health technical service organizations who are approved by the public health authorities under province-above people’s governments. The assessing organization should be objective and justified in the test and assessment. In the event that the occupational-disease-inductive factors in the workplace fail to comply with the national standard and requirement of occupational health, the Employer should take immediate countermeasures, which, if failing to eradicate the problem, should necessitate immediate discontinuation of the operation concerned. The discontinued operation should not be restored unless the occupational-disease-inductive factor is accredited consistent with the national standard and requirement of occupational health. Interim Measures for Supervision and Administration of the “Three Simultaneities” for Occupational Health at Construction Projects(Order NO.51 by State Administration of Work Safety) Article 10 For those construction projects that might cause occupational diseases, the construction organization should entrust the pre-assessment of occupational diseases and the pre-assessment report to occupational health technical service institutions with appropriate qualifications.  The pre-assessment report should conclude as the following: (1) Introduction of the project (2) Analysis and assessment of the occupational-disease-inductive factors and its harmfulness to the health of laborers (3) Assessment of the types of the occupational diseases in construction projects (4) Analysis and assessment of the technology intended to be used in the prevention facilities of occupational diseases in construction projects (5) Advice on the setting up of occupational health management organizations, the personnel allocation of occupational health management and system construction (6) Advice on the prevention measures of occupational diseases in construction projects (7) Conclusion of the pre-assessment of occupational diseases Article 11 After the completion of the pre-assessment report of occupational diseases, the construction organization should arrange related experts on occupational health to evaluate the report. The construction organization is responsible for the authenticity and legitimacy of the pre-assessment report of occupational diseases. Pre-assessment range: Design stage of the project Assessment on the effects of the control of the occupational diseases in construction projects Before the acceptance of the project, the construction organization should take the assessment on the effects of control of the occupational diseases. Upon the acceptance of the construction project, its prevention facilities of occupational diseases shouldn’t be taken into production and use until passing the acceptance inspection of Health Administrative Departments. Significance of the assessment of the effects of control: Complete the acceptance of the project: By the assessment of the effects of control, the construction project can get the acceptance and approval of the administrative department.  Specify factors: Specify the types of the inductive factors in the workplace by different kinds of methods such as mass spectrometry. Specify data: Specify the intensity of the inductive factors in the workplace by on-site test. Specify problems: Specify the existing problems in the workplace by methods such as prevention facilities.  Specify solutions: Solve the existing problems to decrease the risk of the enterprise by comprehensive analysis. Rules and regulations: Code of Occupational Disease Prevention of PRC Article 27 The Employer should appoint respective employee to make routine supervision over occupational-disease-inductive factors and ensure the normal operation of the monitoring systems. The Employer should make regular test and assessment on the occupational-disease-inductive factors in the workplace according to the regulation of the public health authority under the State Council. The assessment result shall be logged into the Employer’s occupational health archive for regular submission to local public-health authority and for release to the laborers. The test and assessment of occupational-disease-inductive factors should be undertaken by occupational-health technical service organizations who are approved by the public health authorities under province-above people’s governments. The assessing organization should be objective and justified in the test and assessment. In the event that the occupational-disease-inductive factors in the workplace fail to comply with the national standard and requirement of occupational health, the Employer should take immediate countermeasures, which, if failing to eradicate the problem, should necessitate immediate discontinuation of the operation concerned. The discontinued operation should not be restored unless the occupational-disease-inductive factor is accredited consistent with the national standard and requirement of occupational health. Interim Measures for Supervision and Administration of the “Three Simultaneities” for Occupational Health at Construction Projects(Order NO.51 by State Administration of Work Safety) Article 26 On the test run of the construction project, the construction organization should monitor the operation of prevention facilities of occupational diseases and the occupational-disease-inductive factors in the workplace, and entrust the assessment on the effects of control of occupational diseases to occupational health technical service institutions with appropriate qualifications. The construction organization should provide with tested place, equipment and facilities qualified to the standards and requirements of test and assessment. Article 27 After the completion of the assessment report of the effects of control of occupational diseases, the construction organization should arrange related experts on occupational health to evaluate the report. The construction organization is responsible for the authenticity and legitimacy of the assessment report of the effects of control of occupational diseases. Assessment range of the effects of control: Test run of the project Assessment on the status of occupational-disease-inductive factors Significance of status assessment: Specify factors: Specify the types of the inductive factors in the workplace by different kinds of methods such as mass spectrometry. Specify data: Specify the intensity of the inductive factors in the workplace by on-site test. Specify problems: Specify the existing problems in the workplace by methods such as prevention facilities.  Specify solutions: Solve the existing problems to decrease the risk of the enterprise by comprehensive analysis. Rules and regulations: Code of Occupational Disease Prevention of PRC Article 27 The Employer should appoint respective employee to make routine supervision over occupational-disease-inductive factors and ensure the normal operation of the monitoring systems. The Employer should make regular test and assessment on the occupational-disease-inductive factors in the workplace according to the regulation of the public health authority under the State Council. The assessment result shall be logged into the Employer’s occupational health archive for regular submission to local public-health authority and for release to the laborers. The test and assessment of occupational-disease-inductive factors should be undertaken by occupational-health technical service organizations who are approved by the public health authorities under province-above people’s governments. The assessing organization should be objective and justified in the test and assessment. In the event that the occupational-disease-inductive factors in the workplace fail to comply with the national standard and requirement of occupational health, the Employer should take immediate countermeasures, which, if failing to eradicate the problem, should necessitate immediate discontinuation of the operation concerned. The discontinued operation should not be restored unless the occupational-disease-inductive factor is accredited consistent with the national standard and requirement of occupational health. Provisions on the Supervision and Administration of Occupational Health at Work Sites( Order No. 47 by State Administration of Work Safety)  Article 20 Employers who can cause serious occupational diseases, in addition to the preceding provisions, shall entrust the occupational health technical service institutions with corresponding qualifications, to conduct one status assessment of occupational diseases at least every three years. Test and assessment results should be deposited in the occupational health record of the company, and also be reported to the supervision and administration department of production safety and laborers. Article 21 Employers who can cause occupational diseases shall in time entrust the occupational health technical service institutions with corresponding qualifications, to conduct one status assessment of occupational diseases when it comes to one of the following situations: (1) Initial claim for occupational health and safety license or application for replacement due to the expiration of the valid period of occupational health and safety license (2) Occurance of accidents due to occupational diseases (3) Other cases defined by State Administration of Work Safety According to the rules mentioned above and other related rules and regulations, carry out test and assessment on the workplace, specify the occupational-disease-inductive factors, measure its intensity, comprehensively analyze its harmfulness to the health of laborers with combination with the prevention measures and management system and other situations, and assess the effects of prevention of occupational diseases by the employer to give advice on the prevention measures of occupational diseases to the workplace with such problems. Files provided by clients: 1. Construction project files 2. Pre-assessment report of occupational diseases in the construction project and approval of hygiene inspection 3. Assessment report on the effects on environment of the construction project 4. Safety assessment report on the construction project   5. Initial plan and introduction of the construction project 6. All material safety data sheet(MSDS) and product composition and consumption 7. General layout 8. Workshop floor plan( layout, number and type of the equipment included) 9. Chart and introduction of the production process flow  10. Settings of prevention facilities 11. Provision of personal protective equipment 12. Machine account of occupational health management 13. Summary sheet of medical examination reports on occupational health 14. General data during the operation(status of the load, occurrence of safety accidents, poisoning and other accidents) Business basis: Code of Occupational Disease Prevention of PRC Notification on the printing and distribution of Provisions on the inspection of occupational health by Ministry of Health Period of status assessment: Every three years for enterprises with serious occupational diseases Monitoring occupational-disease-inductive factors According to the Code of Occupational Disease Prevention of PRC, “The Employer should make regular test and assessment on the occupational-disease-inductive factors in the workplace according to the regulation of the public health authority under the State Council.” And according to the Article 20 from the Provisions on the Supervision and Administration of Occupational Health at Work Sites, “Employers who can cause serious occupational diseases, shall entrust the occupational health technical service institutions with corresponding qualifications, to conduct one test of occupational-disease-inductive factors at least every three years.” Employers shall, according to rules sand regulations, carry out test and assessment on the workplace, specify the occupational-disease-inductive factors, measure its intensity, analyze its harmfulness to the health of laborers, and assess the effects of prevention of occupational diseases by the employer to give advice on the prevention measures of occupational diseases to the workplace not reaching the standards of prevention of occupational diseases. Routine observation applies to the regular observation of the intensity of the harmful articles in the air in the workplace. When the occupational exposure limit was the Permissible Concentration-Time Weighted Average, representative sampling points should be selected. Sample a working group in the working day with the highest harmful substance concentration in the air. When the occupational exposure limit was short term exposure permissible concentration, limit or highest permissible concentration, representative sampling points should be selected. Sample when the intensity of the harmful substance concentration in the air of a working group is the highest. Test and assessment on the radiological prevention in the workplace Significance of test and assessment: Understand the radioactive source and the situation of prevention facilities, and find the hidden dangers to protect the health of workers Rules and regulations: Code of Occupational Disease Prevention of PRC Basic Standarsd for the Ionizing Radiation Protection and radioactive Source Security(GB18871-2002) Period of test and assessment: Once a year Standards for test: Hygiene Standard for Design of Industrial Firms GBZ 1-2010 Occupational Exposure Limit for Harmful Substances in the Workplace GBZ 2-2007 Sampling Standards for the Test of Harmful Substances in the Air of the Workplace GBZ 159-2004 Determination of Toxic Substances in the Workplace GBZ/T 160-2004(2007) Measurement of the Physical Factors in the Workplace GBZ/T 189-2007 Determination of Dust in the air of the Workplace GBZ/T 192-2007 Other related standards for test  Test item Category Item Physical factors High temperature, noise, ultraviolet radiation, etc. in the workplace Chemical hazards Cadmium, copper, lead, zinc and other heavy metal ions and their compounds in the air of the workplace;hexane, isopropyl alcohol, ether, ethyl acetate, phenol, formaldehyde, benzene, gasoline and other organic solvent in the air of the workplace; nitric oxide, nitrogen dioxide, ammonia, hydrogen sulfide, fluoride, dust, air total dust free silica, etc. in the air of the workplace
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  • Water Testing
    Summary Water is the source of life and plays an important role in social and economic development. The water quality testing is an important means of ensuring the water quality.  The quality of domestic drinking water is related to the health of residents so that the national health authorities have issued strict laws and regulations to strengthen the management of the quality of domestic drinking water, in order to guarantee the hygienic security of domestic drinking water. The water quality sampling point, inspection item and monitoring frequency of all kinds of water supply facilities, especially the secondary water supply facilities are specified in various laws and regulations.  With its professional qualifications, sophisticated equipment and advanced technology, AGC (Attestation of Global Compliance) is able to carry out the specialized tests to mineral water, purified water and other types of water, in accordance with various standards related to the drinking water. Standards and Regulations On July 1, 2007, the Standardization Administration of China and the Ministry of Health jointly issued a mandatory national standard, i.e., "Standards for Drinking Water Quality" (GB5749-2006) and other 13 national standards related to sanitary inspection of domestic drinking water.  On October 1, 2009, "Standard for Natural Mineral Waters" (GB8537-2008) was officially implemented. Test items No. Name No. Name No. Name No. Name 1 Total coliform group 28 Copper 55 Bromodichloromethane solution 82 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid 2 Thermotoletant coliform bacteria 29 Zinc 56 Dichloroacetic acid 83 DDT 3 Escherichia coli 30 Chloride 57 1,2-Dichloroethane 84 Ethylbenzene 4 Total number of bacterial colony 31 Sulfate 58 Dichloromethane 85 Xylene 5 Arsenic 32 TDS 59 Trihalomethanes 86 1,1-dichloroethylene 6 Cadmium 33 Total Hardness 60 1,1,1-trichloroethane 87 1,2-dichloroethylene 7 Chromium (hexavalent) 34 Oxygen consumption 61 Trichloroacetic acid 88 1,2-dichlorobenzene 8 Lead 35 Volatile Phenols 62 Trichloracetic aldehyde 89 1,4-dichlorobenzene 9 Mercury 36 Anionic synthetic detergent 63 2,4,6-trichlorophenol 90 Trichloro ethylene 10 Selenium 37 Total α radioactivity 64 Bromoform 91 Trichlorobenzene (total) 11 Cyanide 38 Total β radioactivity 65 Heptachlor 92 Hexachlorobutadiene 12 Fluoride 39 Chlorine and free chlorine preparations (free chlorine) 66 Malathion 93 Acrylamide 13 Nitrate (referred to as N) 40 Monochloramine (total chlorine) 67 Pentachlorophenol 94 Tetrachlorethylene 14 Chloroform 41 Ozone 68 Hexachlorocyclohexane 95 Methylbenzene 15 Carbon tetrachloride 42 Chlorine dioxide 69 Hexachlorobenzene 96 Phthalandione (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 16 Bromate 43 Giardia 70 Dimethoate 97 Epoxy chloropropane 17 Formaldehyde 44 Cryptosporidium 71 Parathion 98 Benzene 18 Chlorite 45 Antimony 72 Bentazon 99 Styrene 19 Chlorate 46 Barium 73 Methyl parathion 100 Benzo (a) pyrene 20 Chroma 47 Beryllium 74 Chlorothalonil 101 Chloroethylene 21 Turbidity 48 Boron 75 Carbofuran 102 Chlorobenzene 22 Smell and taste 49 Molybdenum 76 Lindane 103 Microcystin-LR 23 Visible material 50 Nickel 77 Chlorpyrifos 104 Ammonia nitrogen (referred to as N) 24 pH 51 Silver 78 Glyphosate 105 Sulfide 25 Aluminum 52 Thallium 79 Dichlorvos 106 Sodium 26 Iron 53 Cyanogen chloride (referred to as CN) 80 Atrazine     27 Manganese 54 Chlorodibromomethane 81 Deltamethrin     Test range Domestic drinking water Municipal water Water from pipe network Secondary water supply Self-sufficient-well water Direct drinking water Underground water Natural mineral water Purified water Laboratory water Pure water Surface water Sea water Landscape water Irrigation water Aquaculture water Swimming pool water Air conditioning water Industrial water Boiler water Ballast water Cooling water Recycled water Sanitary sewage Industrial wastewater Other types of water qualities Public health inspection...
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  • Detection of oil and gas recovery
    Summary In order to strengthen the control of oil and gas pollution emission, further improve the ambient air quality, the government has formulated the standards for oil and gas emission, and comprehensively carried out the pollution regulation to the oil and gas emission of oil storage, gasoline station and oil tank truck. According to regulations, the oil and gas pollution control devices must be installed in the newly built, rebuilt and expanded oil storage and gasoline station, and the new oil tank truck. After the pollution regulation, they will meet the demand of National standards for oil and gas pollution emission. According to the oil and gas emission limits, control technology requirements and test method of gasoline station and oil storage stipulated by our government, AGC (Attestation of Global Compliance) provides professional testing services related to oil and gas emission concentration of gasoline station and oil storage, and environmental impact assessment and completion acceptance of newly built, rebuilt and expanded gas stations. Standards and Regulations ■ "Emission standard of air pollutant for bulk gasoline terminals" (GB20950-2007) ■ "Emission standard of air pollutant for gasoline transport" (GB20951-2007) ■ "Emission standard of air pollutant for gasoline filling stations" (GB20952-2007) ■ Emission controls and limits for oil-gas from gas station DB11/208-2003 ■ Measurement technology guidelines for check and accept of air pollution control project for bulk gasoline terminal and gasoline filling station HJ/T431-2008 Test items Project Content Oil-gas emissions from gas station GLR detection, system leakproofness detection, liquid resistance detection and oil-gas concentration detection Oil depot detection Oil-gas concentration detection
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  • Indoor air testing
    Summary In recent years, the decoration pollution harmful to health, has increased the morbidity and mortality to the worldwide population, due to the fact that the hazardous substance is contained in the building materials selected for newly built and rebuilt constructions contains  hazardous substance and exceed certain limits seriously. The poor quality of construction will lead to the indoor air pollution. When the toxic and harmful substances are found in the working and living environment, such as soluble heavy metals (lead, cadmium, chromium, mercury), free formaldehyde, formaldehyde, total volatile organic compounds(VOC), benzene, methylbenzene, xylene, ethylbenzene, vinyl chloride monomer, styrene, ammonia and radon, the adverse reaction will range from sore throat, chest distress, dizziness, diminution of vision, vesication and the like, to the damage of the immune system, blood disease, other serious diseases or even cancer. In order to prevent and control the indoor environmental pollution of the newly built, expanded or rebuilt civil architectures, the government has created relevant standards, i.e., the concentration of indoor environment pollutant must be supervised in accordance with the regulations during the acceptance check of civil architectures. With its professional equipment, scientific and technological talents, and advanced technology, AGC (Attestation of Global Compliance) provides enterprise units, social organizations and government sectors with professional and authoritative service of monitoring the ambient air. Standards and Regulations "Code for Indoor Environmental Pollution Control of Civil Building Engineering" (GB50325-2006) "Code for Indoor Environmental Pollution Control of Civil Building Engineering" was implement by force in 2002, revised in 2006 and officially implemented on August 1, 2006. According to the regulations, when the construction project is completed, the construction unit shall check the indoor environmental quality according to the standard, and entrust the recognized testing organization to test the content index of indoor radon, formaldehyde, benzene, ammonia, total volatile organic compounds (TVOC) of the constructional engineering. The construction is not allowed to be put in use if the content index of indoor harmful substances does not match the standard, otherwise the current unit will be punished. "Technical requirement for environmental labeling products. Building decoration engineering." (HJ440-2008) Authorized by the Ministry of Environmental Protection, and has been implemented since September 1, 2008. It applies to the decoration engineering of newly built, expanded or rebuilt civil architectures. Compared to the requirements in GB50325, it places higher demands for the indoor air quality. Substance name Limit Indoor radon concentration ≤180(Bq/m3) Indoor formaldehyde concentration ≤0.07(mg/m3) Indoor benzene concentration ≤0.08(mg/m3) Indoor ammonia concentration ≤0.18(mg/m3) Indoor VOC concentration ≤0.45(mg/m3) "Indoor air quality standard" (GB18883-2002) It specifies the indoor air quality parameters and test methods and applies to the residential and office buildings. Method of testing various parameters in the indoor air. Test items Project Content Engineering, and decoration acceptance test Benzene, toluene, formaldehyde, ammonia, ethyl benzene, xylene, total volatile organic compounds and radon Test for indoor decoration materials (carpet, paint, artificial board, etc.) Soluble heavy metals (lead, cadmium, chromium, mercury), free formaldehyde, formaldehyde, VOC, TVOC, benzene, methylbenzene, xylene, vinyl chloride monomer and styrene Test range ■ Air monitoring in public places ■ Air monitoring in the office ■ Air monitoring of interior decoration ■ Air monitoring in the car ■ Follow-up monitoring of home decoration ■ Air monitoring in the office ■ performance testing of decorative materials, monitoring ■ Radioactivity monitoring of marble ■ Report to the supervision bureau (air quality acceptance in newly built and fully furnished buildings) ■ completion acceptance of civil constructional engineering, quality monitoring of indoor air
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  • Agricultural production base for environmental monitoring
    Summary According to Food Safety Law of the People's Republic of China implemented on June 1, 2009, the whole-process control of food safety "from farmland to dining table" is carried out. The so-called "farmland" means agricultural production base environment. Thus it can be seen that the quality of the base environment is an important factor to ensure the safety of agricultural products. Among various certification activities specific to food carried out by our country, the certification of agricultural production base environment is indispensable. Standards and Regulations "Ambient Air Quality Standard", "Emission Standard of Air Pollutants" "Standard Examination Methods for Drinking Water" "Environmental Quality Standards for Surface Water" "Quality Standard for Ground Water" "Water Quality Standard for Farm Irrigation" "Environmental Quality Standards for Soils " "Solid Waste-Extraction Procedure for Leaching Toxicity" Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP) (USEPA Method 1311) Monitoring Project Category Standard Test item Ambient air Air pollutants "Ambient Air Quality Standard" "Emission Standard of Air Pollutants" Temperature, relative humidity, flow rate, SO2, NO2, HCL, CO, ammonia, ozone, formaldehyde, TSP, PM10, PM2.5, TVOC, benzene, toluene, xylene, benzene series, HF, HCI, sulfuric acid mist, methyl mercaptan, odor concentration, styrene, isopropyl alcohol, acetophenone, heavy metals, non-methane hydrocarbons, fume, fume blackness; Domestic drinking water Irrigation water Surface water Underground water Sewage, waste water "Standard Examination Methods for Drinking Water" "Environmental Quality Standards for Surface Water" "Quality Standard for Ground Water" "Water Quality Standard for Farm Irrigation" pH, total hardness (calculated as CaCO3), SS, total dissolved solids, COD, permanganate index, BOD5, volatile phenol, fluoride, sulfide, nitrate, nitrite, ammonia nitrogen, volatile phenol, arsenic, mercury, iron, manganese, hexavalent chromium, cadmium, petroleum, total number of bacteria, total coliform group, etc.; cross sectional flow, flow velocity, river depth, river width, etc.; Soil Solid waste "Environmental Quality Standards for Soils ", "Solid Waste-Extraction Procedure for Leaching Toxicity" Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP) (USEPA Method 1311) Overall analysis of Cd, Hg, As, Pb, Cr, Ni and other metal elements; Hexachlorocyclohexane, DDT, pH, cation exchange capacity, pesticide residue, organic matter, moisture, total phosphorus, total potassium, available phosphorus, potassium, sulfide, organic mercury, water-soluble salt, etc.; hazardous waste leaching toxic, corrosivity, screening test for acute toxicity, etc.; Noise / Factory boundary noise, regional noise, traffic noise
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  • Radiation Monitoring
    Summary Radiation pollution is recognized as the fourth biggest pollution after air pollution, water pollution and noise pollution. The United Nations Conference on Human Environment has taken radiation as one of the main pollutants that must be controlled. AGC Xinyu Environment Detection Company is equipped with the national recognized qualification for radiation protection and monitoring with the complete facilities and professional technical experts to provide the customers with efficient and accurate radiation protection and monitoring. Standards and Regulations Technical Regulations on Environmental Assessment of Electromagnetic Radiation Methods of Measurement of Radio Interference Electromagnetic Radiation Monitoring Instruments and Methods Monitoring Project Electromagnetic Radiation Power frequency magnetic field X-ray Radio interference Gamma-ray RF electric field Ultraviolet radiation RF magnetic field Power frequency electric field Environmental vibration etc. Monitoring range The sources of radiation that AGC can monitor include but are not limited to the following: Mobile communications base stations Voltage transmission and transformation facilities Electromagnetic Radiation in machine rooms Electromagnetic Radiation in cars Broadcasting and TV transmission system Transportation system Wireless transmitting equipment such as radar and navigator Radar therapy apparatus Radiation protection and monitoring on medical equipment such as microwave therapy apparatus
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  • Environmental system
    ISO14000 ISO14000 Environmental Management System Standard is an international environmental management system standard formulated by ISO/TC207 (International Environmental Management Technical Committee). It contains many focuses in the field of international environmental management such as environmental management system, environmental auditing, environmental signs and life cycle analysis. It aims to guide all kinds of organizations (enterprises and companies) to take pro-environmental behavior. However, it doesn’t contain the standard to formulate test method for pollutants, the standard for the limits of sewage and pollutants or the product standard. It can be applied to not only manufacturing industry and processing industry, but also service industry such as construction, transportation, waste management, maintenance and consulting. The test items for ISO14000 contains as the following: Category Test Items domestic sewage pH, CODcr, BOD5, SS, animal or vegetable oil, LAS, ammonia nitrogen, phosphate, chromaticity,etc. Production sewage pH, CODcr, BOD5, SS, LAS, ammonia nitrogen, phosphate, chromaticity, petroleum, total arsenic, total chromium, chromium VI, copper, nickle、cadmium, zinc, plumbum, mercury, total phosphorus, chloride, fluoride, etc. Industrial waste gas plumbum and its compounds, tin and its compounds, benzene series (benzene, toluene, xylene), aniline, styrene and acrylonitrile, the total hydrocarbon of methane, dust (particulate matter), polyethylene glycol (peg), vinyl chloride, chlorobenzene, tetrachloroethylene, fluoride, metals (nickel, cobalt, etc.), alkali fog, mist, formaldehyde, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, asphalt smoke, etc. Generator waste gas /boiler waste gaas/canteen smoke NOX, SO2, smoke、ringelman emittance. Canteen fume fume Noise Factory boundary noise OHSAS18001 OHSAS18001 Occupational Health and Safety Arrangement System Occupational Health and Safety Arrangement System (OHSAS18001) is a management system standard for occupational health and safety suitable for any organization. It aims to, through management, decrease and prevent the loss of life, property and time caused by accidents and damage to the environment. Through professional investigation, evaluation and compliance evaluation required by related regulations, it can find out the sources of danger existing in the enterprise's products, services, activities and its environment. It can make control plan for the impermissible sources of danger and risks, carry out control plans, regularly check and evaluate the regulations and plans for occupational health and safety, and set up management systems containing organizational structure, responsibilities, training, information communication, emergency preparations and response elements, to continuously improve the occupational health and safety performance. The test items of OHSAS18001 contains as the following: Category Test item Domestic drinking water Chromaticity, pH, turbidity, odor and taste, visible to the naked eye, total hardness, total iron, total manganese, sulfate, chloride, fluoride, cyanide, nitrates, total number of bacteria, total number of total bacteria, free residual chlorine, total cadmium, total hg, total molybdenum, total copper, total zinc, volatile phenol, anionic synthetic detergent, total soluble solid, total arsenic, total silver, total lead, chromium (6), total selenium, total alpha and beta radioactivity, etc. Air in the workshop Dust, benzene, toluene, xylene, trichloroethylene, dichloroethylene, lead dust, hexavalent chromium salt, chromium acid acyl, NOX, sulfuric acid, hydrogen cyanide, H2SO4, HCl, HNO3 or alkali (alkaline), acetone and n-hexane, formaldehyde, phenol, ethylene dichloride, trimethyl tin chloride, butanone, dust, H2S, methanol, ethane, aniline, etc. Noise in the workshop Noise Illuminance in the workshop Illuminance, wind, radiation in the workshop, etc.
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  • Summary
    Monitoring and investigation in the process of completion acceptance. The main contents of monitoring and investigation: Inspection of environmental conservation management, running effect test of environmental protection equipment, monitoring of pollutant discharge under certain standard, monitoring of environmental quality in environmental sensitive sites and ecological investigation. The monitoring operation is carried out when the working condition is stable and the production load is more than 75% of designed production capacity. The pollution factor to be monitored is specified in Environmental Impact  Assessment Report of Construction Project and Preliminarily Designed Environmental Protection Article. The principle of quality assurance and control shall be strictly followed in the monitoring process.  Through the completion acceptance and monitoring of construction project, we can verify whether the environment quality of surrounding area of the construction project meet the objectives of environmental management, and check the quality of the environmental impact assessment report of construction project, which is an important measure of quantificationally checking, supervising and managing the technological level and work quality of environmental assessment unit. Standards and Regulations "Technical regulation for Acceptance Monitoring on the Completed Environmental Protection Installation of Construction Project" Test items Category Standard Test item Ambient air Air pollutants "Ambient Air Quality Standard" and "Emission Standard of Air Pollutants" Temperature, relative humidity, flow rate, SO2, NO2, HCL, CO, ammonia, ozone, formaldehyde, TSP, PM10, PM2.5, TVOC, benzene, toluene, xylene, benzene series, HF, HCI, sulfuric acid mist, methyl mercaptan, odor concentration, styrene, isopropyl alcohol, acetophenone, heavy metals (tin, lead, mercury, etc.), non-methane hydrocarbons, fume, fume blackness Domestic drinking water Surface water Underground water Sewage, waste water "Standard Examination Methods for Drinking Water", "Environmental Quality Standards for Surface Water" and "Quality Standard for Ground Water" pH, total hardness (calculated as CaCO3), SS, total dissolved solids, COD, permanganate index, BOD5, volatile phenol, fluoride, sulfide, nitrate, nitrite, ammonia nitrogen, volatile phenol, arsenic, mercury, iron, manganese, hexavalent chromium, cadmium, petroleum, total number of bacteria, total coliform group, etc.; cross sectional flow, flow velocity, river depth, river width, etc. Soil Solid waste "Environmental Quality Standards for Soils ", "Solid Waste-Extraction Procedure for Leaching Toxicity" and Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP) (USEPA Method 1311) Overall analysis of Cd, Hg, As, Pb, Cr, Ni and other metal elements; Hexachlorocyclohexane, DDT, pH, cation exchange capacity, pesticide residue, organic matter, moisture, total phosphorus, total potassium, available phosphorus, potassium, sulfide, organic mercury, water-soluble salt, etc.; hazardous waste leaching toxic, corrosivity, screening test for acute toxicity, etc. Noise "Environmental quality standard for noise 3096-2008" and "Emisson standard for industrial enterprises noise at boundary" Factory boundary noise, regional noise, traffic noise and noise of sensitive sites
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  • Summary
    Currently, the government and society have paid more and more attention to environmental protection, which seeps into every aspect of people's lives, and the environmental monitoring is often vividly called the "eyes of environmental protection" in practice. Especially, the environmental monitoring of Environmental Impact Assessment Report of Construction Project provides accurate basis for environmental impact assessment of construction project and aims at formulating relevant environmental protection measures and carrying out the environmental monitoring plan in accordance with the features of construction project and main existing environmental issues, to monitor the environmental pollution, prevent environmental degradation and ensure economic and social sustainable development. Standards and Regulations ■ "Environmental Protection Law of the People's Republic of China" ■ "Ordinance on Administration for Environmental Protection of Construction Projects" ■ "Technical guidelines for environmental impact assessment" ■ "Decision on Further Strengthening Environmental Monitoring Work" Test items Category Standard Test Item Ambient air Air pollutants "Ambient Air Quality Standard" and "Emission Standard of Air Pollutants" Temperature, relative humidity, flow rate, SO2, NO2, HCL, CO, ammonia, ozone, formaldehyde, TSP, PM10, PM2.5, TVOC, benzene, toluene, xylene, benzene series, HF, HCI, sulfuric acid mist, methyl mercaptan, odor concentration, styrene, isopropyl alcohol, acetophenone, heavy metals (tin, lead, mercury, etc.), non-methane hydrocarbons, fume, fume blackness, etc Domestic drinking water Surface water Underground water Sewage, waste water "Standard Examination Methods for Drinking Water", "Environmental Quality Standards for Surface Water" and "Quality Standard for Ground Water" pH, total hardness (calculated as CaCO3), SS, total dissolved solids, COD, permanganate index, BOD5, volatile phenol, fluoride, sulfide, nitrate, nitrite, ammonia nitrogen, volatile phenol, arsenic, mercury, iron, manganese, hexavalent chromium, cadmium, petroleum, total number of bacteria, total coliform group, etc.; cross sectional flow, flow velocity, river depth, river width, etc. Soil Solid waste "Environmental Quality Standards for Soils ", "Solid Waste-Extraction Procedure for Leaching Toxicity" and Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP) (USEPA Method 1311) Overall analysis of Cd, Hg, As, Pb, Cr, Ni and other metal elements; Hexachlorocyclohexane, DDT, pH, cation exchange capacity, pesticide residue, organic matter, moisture, total phosphorus, total potassium, available phosphorus, potassium, sulfide, organic mercury, water-soluble salt, etc.; hazardous waste leaching toxic, corrosivity, screening test for acute toxicity, etc. Noise "Environmental quality standard for noise 3096-2008" and "Emisson standard for industrial enterprises noise at boundary" Airport noise, factory boundary noise, regional noise, traffic noise and noise of sensitive sites Test range With the social and economic development, the environmental pollution is becoming more and more harmful to our health and lives. The government, Ministry of Environmental Protection and other relevant departments pay high attention to it and have issued relevant environmental regulations and standards. According to the national standards, AGC (Attestation of Global Compliance) monitors the Ambient air quality status, surface water, underground water, soil situation and noise (noise in the project site, factory boundary, urban area, etc.) and can monitor the light industry, textile, chemical fiber, chemical engineering, petrochemical and pharmaceutical engineering, machinery, electronics, thermal power, construction, municipal public works, building materials, water conservancy, hydropower, regional development, airport and related projects.
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