Applied Laboratory Services, LLC, (ALS) has been providing high quality industrial hygiene services to customers in industry, government, and the private sector since 1995. ALS provides industrial hygiene, laboratory, and training services, with a focus on asbestos, lead, mold, and hazardous materials. ALS offers a variety of services related to asbestos, lead, indoor air quality and mold. ALS manages all aspects of asbestos and lead-based paint projects including design services, inspections, monitoring, analyses and post abatement services.
Our team of highly qualified professionals include Chemists, Biologists, Industrial Hygienists, Inspectors, and Environmental Scientists. All necessary analyses are performed by accredited and licensed laboratories specializing in environmental methodologies, with in-house analysis of asbestos and mold under our NVLAP (Lab Code 200515-0) and AIHA-LAP, LLC (Lab ID# LAP-102666) credentials.
ASBESTOS, LEAD-BASED PAINT, AND HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
ALS manages all aspects of asbestos, lead-based paint, and hazardous materials, projects including inspection, specifications, monitoring and post abatement services. Our team of industrial hygienists is available for immediate response when needed for construction clearance, emergency testing, and all routine investigations.
ALS gives you access to high qualified professionals including Certified Industrial Hygienists, Industrial Hygiene Technicians, Inspectors, Engineers, laboratory professionals, and others.
Our industrial hygiene technicians are licensed in Virginia and North Carolina for the following:
• Asbestos Inspections
• Lead Inspections/Risk Assessments
• Asbestos and Lead Abatement Project Monitoring
• Asbestos Management Plans
• Mold Inspections and Surveys
• Indoor Air Quality Investigations
• Full Range of Industrial Hygiene Sampling and Analysis
The laboratory is accredited by the National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program (NVLAP testing Lab Code 200515-0) in asbestos fiber analysis using EPA-600/M4-82-202: Interim Method for the Determination of Asbestos in Bulk Insulation Samples and EPA 600/R-93/116: Method for the Determination of Asbestos in Bulk Building Materials. Click to view NVLAP (Lab Code 200515-0) Accreditation
Our technicians are licensed for analysis of asbestos fibers in air using PCM methodology under the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) 582 Methods.
Our accreditation by AIHA Laboratory Accreditation Program, LLC (AIHA-LAP, LLC, Lab ID# 102666) is in the Environmental Microbiology accreditation program for Air, Bulk, and Surface Direct Examination fields of testing as documented by the Scope of Accreditation Certificate and associated Scope. Click to view AIHA-LAP, LLC (Lab ID# 102666) Accreditation
ALS performs inter-laboratory proficiency testing (“round-robin”) as well as duplicate/blind analyses and other quality assurance/quality control procedures to assure valid results. ASTM Method D7391-17E1 supplemented by ALS-110 is used for nonviable air sample analysis and ASTM D7658-17 supplemented by ALS-111 is used for nonviable bulk and tape sample analysis.
ALS provides Virginia EPA and Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act training and initial refresher classes. ALS meets the requirements for licensing in the Commonwealth of Virginia for asbestos and lead disciplines, along with mold, PCBs, asbestos and lead awareness, OSHA and HAZWOPER refresher training programs. ALS offers initial and refresher training for:
• Asbestos Supervisor
• Asbestos Worker
• Asbestos Project Designer
• Asbestos Project Monitor
• Asbestos Inspector
• Asbestos Management Planner
• Lead Supervisor
• Lead Worker