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Meeting Stringent Limits with Confidence: SGS Ultratrace

SGS offers ultratrace-level analysis to detect hazardous compounds at significantly lower levels. Our Ultratrace Centers for Excellence are unique laboratories that use high-resolution mass spectrometry research to detect contaminants of concern down to the parts-per-trillion (ppt) and parts-per-quadrillion (ppq) range of sensitivity.

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SGS Galson Meets Requirements of New Silica Standard

Last week, OSHA announced their final silica ruling amending silica exposure regulations for the first time in 45 years. As one of the few laboratories in the country that can meet the requirements of this new standard, let SGS Galson help you to comply.

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SGS Galson Laboratories Adds MDHS 14/4 to Scope of Accreditation

MDHS consists of a series of books published by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) of the United Kingdom and specifically discusses inhalable particulate collection and analysis using IOM samplers, which were designed by the Institute of Occupational Medicine in the UK.

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Year to Date: What’s New on SGS Galson’s Sampling and Analysis Guide

In February, we adjusted the LOQs on a number of analytes, added Chloroacetic Acid by Ion Chromatography and Lansoprazole by HPLC, and made quite a few other changes.

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SGS Galson Releases New Online Chain of Custody

Available by phone, tablet or dektop through Galson's Client Portal - no app necessary.

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SGS Galson Laboratories Adds MDHS 14/4 to Scope of Accreditation

Meet stringent detection limits of regulated compounds with a known and needed level of confidence using ultratrace analysis from SGS.

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SGS Galson Labs improves Method for Acetic Acid

We're now offering increased flexibility for your acetic acid sampling, as the LOQ has been lowered from 5 ug to 3 ug on the Assay N543 badge for Acetic Acid.

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SGS Galson Labs Lowers Crystalline Silica Reportable Limit

In preparation of the possible lowering of the OSHA PEL for Silica, our lab has achieved a lower Limit of Quantitation (LOQ) for Crystalline Silica Quartz. Until the OSHA silica rule is adopted, this lower LOQ will allow more flexibility with your sample time as less sample volume will be required to meet the standard.

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SGS Galson Reaches Recently Lowered OSHA PEL for Beryllium

In August, OSHA announced a proposed rule that would lower the agency’s permissible exposure limit (PEL) for beryllium in general industry and we've got you covered.

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