LIMS for Industrial Hygiene
The responsibility to keep workers,
families, and the community healthy and safe is no small feat. Whether your job is assessing air quality, lead exposure, hazardous agents such as asbestos, pesticides, and radon gas, radiation, or other public enemies, we have the tools to ensure your laboratory produces quality data in lightning speed.
New: ATL’s Asbestos Module in Sample Master® Pro LIMS
Gain the Sample Master advantage in your asbestos testing! Optimize your laboratory for success by leveraging Sample Master to the areas of sample integrity, test efficiency, and reporting. Providing exceptional service to your customers is easier than ever when you use the right tools for the job. ATL’s Sample Master streamlines your laboratory’s operations, allowing you more time to focus on increasing your capacity and serving more customers.
To learn more about ATL’s Sample Master LIMS Asbestos Package, please download the latest brochure below. Learn how the Asbestos Package can save your laboratory time and money in streamlining your PLM, PCM and TEM analysis, validation and approval, automatically e-signing NVLAP compliant reports, generating and converting invoices to PDFs and automatically emailing them. The package includes a PCM calculator that contains automated alerts and automated calculations. The PLM function allows the insertion of layers during analysis, and copying and deleting layers as observations are made. Users can also depend on
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Customer Sample Sequencer – The new Customer Sample Sequencer generates and assigns ID numbers for large sample batches. You can customize specific sample IDs or make them all the same. The Customer Sample Sequencer makes it easy to create your own Customer Sample IDs quickly.
Phase Contrast Microscopy (PCM) – Your analysts can perform Phase Contrast Microscopy (PCM) tests and enter results into Sample Master® without having to look away from the microscope! The PCM Calculator automatically totals the number of fibers, fields, and the average fibers per field. When 100 fibers are counted in at least 20 fields an audible tone sounds to notify the analyst that this rule has been met – minimizing your analysis time and increasing productivity in the laboratory.
Here at ATL, we automate your laboratory by providing reliable software with dependable support. Inquire about the new Asbestos Module in Sample Master today or sign up for a free demonstration. To reach a sales representative call
Polarized Light Microscopy (PLM) – Equipping your laboratory with a reliable and versatile LIMS provides essential benefits. Our PLM data entry screen allows users to add, copy, insert, and delete layers on the fly. Our quick search feature – available on all entry fields – provides drop-down lists for even faster input. You can also duplicate an entire sample from any previously entered sample in the system, layer-for-layer. Sample Master performs your prerequisite calculations in real-time; this approach leaves no room for guesswork about how much sample you have remaining. Your analysts can view and modify microscopic observations associated with fibers identified in the sample. The analysts can even preview reports created from their data with a click of a button. You won’t need to hunt for these features; every feature mentioned here can be found on the same screen!
Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) – Whether you’re entering AHERA samples or testing for asbestos in water, our TEM data entry screens are intuitive and
Asbestos Report Package – The module includes 10 canned Asbestos reports, including Bulk Asbestos Fiber analysis by Polarized Light Microscopy, with and without Point count results, airborne Asbestos Fiber analysis TEM report (AHERA and NIOSH) and a TEM
|Sites of Interest:|
|American Board of Industrial Hygiene||www.abih.org|
|American Council for Accredited Certification (ACAC)||www.acac.org|
|American Conference of Industrial Hygienists||www.acgih.org|
|American Industrial Hygiene Association||www.aiha.org|
|Association of Professional Industrial Hygienists||www.apih.us|
|American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI)||www.ashi.org|
|Canadian Council of Occupational Hygiene||www.ccoh.ca|
|Environmental Information Association (EIA)||www.eia-usa.org|
|Indoor Air Quality Association||www.iaqa.org|
|National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program (NVLAP)||www.nist.gov/|
|Occupational Safety & Health Administration||www.osha.gov|
|Federal Government Agencies|
|Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)||www.cdc.gov|
|-CDC Asbestos Page||www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/asbestos/|
|-CDC Lead Page||www.cdc.gov/lead|
|-CDC Mold Page||www.cdc.gov/health/mold.html|
|Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)||www.epa.gov|
|-EPA Asbestos Page||www.epa.gov/asbestos/|
|-EPA Lead Paint / Lead in Air Page||www.epa.gov/iaq/|
|-EPA Mold Page||www.epa.gov/mold/|
|US Dep’t of Labor-Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA)||www.osha.gov|
|-OSHA Asbestos Page||www.osha.gov/SLTC/asbestos/|
|-OSHA Lead Page||www.osha.gov/SLTC/lead/|
|-OSHA Mold Page||www.osha.gov/SLTC/molds/|