How to monitor air quality in construction sites to ensure safe environments

Air Monitoring in Construction

How do you monitor noise, dust and vibration in construction sites for safety and compliance?

Construction sites face increasing compliance requirements and public

The impact of the construction industry on the environment is being increasingly recognised. Construction sites in major areas may cause harm to the environment, workers and/or the public. This means construction sites are increasingly coming under compliance requirements and scrutiny. There is a need to follow the correct health & safety procedures to ensure a healthy workplace and to follow the correct environmental guidelines for site impact. Continuous monitoring of a worksite environment creates rich data sets. These can be compared against trends and different environment triggers/links can be established. It can also enable sites to respond to issues or complaints, and provide data when needed for compliance requirements.

Construction sites face increasing compliance requirements
Construction sites face increasing compliance requirements

Construction sites face increasing compliance requirements and public

The impact of the construction industry on the environment is being increasingly recognised. Construction sites in major areas may cause harm to the environment, workers and/or the public. This means construction sites are increasingly coming under compliance requirements and scrutiny. There is a need to follow the correct health & safety procedures to ensure a healthy workplace and to follow the correct environmental guidelines for site impact. Continuous monitoring of a worksite environment creates rich data sets. These can be compared against trends and different environment triggers/links can be established. It can also enable sites to respond to issues or complaints, and provide data when needed for compliance requirements.

Continuous monitoring provides data to ensure safe environments

Continuous monitoring provides data to ensure safe environments for workers and the public.

Adroit environmental monitoring solutions for construction and worksites provide real-time monitoring of air particles (dust), noise levels, humidity, pressure, vibration and temperature. This modular solution allows the option to add additional air quality monitoring sensors (such as carbon dioxide and other gases) as well as water monitoring sensors to monitor construction site runoff. This enables construction sites to monitor what is happening with the air quality and vibrations relating to the site. It provides both safety thresholds and alerting when set safety parameters are reached, and gives full reporting over time for compliance and auditing reasons. This also allows base air quality levels to be monitored and recorded. All data is available from an easy to use dashboard accessible from any connected device, including mobile. The sensors are highly accurate, reliable and ruggedly constructed for New Zealand conditions.

Adroit air monitoring solutions are used for:

Shrimps

Urban areas

Environment

Environment

Construction

Construction

Our most popular air monitoring kits

ADROIT NOISE LEVEL (DB) MONITORING KIT

Adroit Noise Monitoring Kit

ADROIT TEMPERATURE, HUMIDITY, PRESSURE, DUST (PM) AND NOISE (DB) MONITORING KIT

Adroit Air + Dust + Noise Monitoring Kit

For more information about Adroit air monitoring solutions contact us now.

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