Experts from Maxxam and Bureau Veritas UK are joining forces to provide technical expertise at Occupational Hygiene 2018 (OH 2018) in the UK from April 16-19. Join our North American colleague Matthew Meiners, who will deliver insight into occupational hygiene best practices. We will also be on hand to answer questions Continue reading?
Location: Franklin Institute, 222 N 20th St, Philadelphia, PA 19103 Date: May 23, 2018 Held in conjunction with AIHce, the Pharma Forum is an independent annual technical meeting of industrial hygienists from the pharmaceutical industry. Join us on May 23 at the Franklin Institute for a presentation by Matt Meiners, Continue reading?
Maxxam has developed and validated analytical methodology that can meet recently published ACGIH TLVs for Phthalic anhydride and Maleic anhydride. Analysis is performed using liquid chromatography with tandem mass spectrometry detection (LC/MS/MS). Both OSHA Method 90 (Phthalic anhydride) and OSHA Method 86 (Maleic anhydride) were adapted to LC/MS/MS analysis in Continue reading?
Maxxam and Bureau Veritas HSE Consulting will be exhibiting at the 2018 AIHce EXP in Philadelphia from May 21-23. We invite you to stop by booth #1103 to meet our team. Please join our industrial hygiene experts for the following educational sessions: Presentation Sessions MAY 22 Start Time End Time Continue reading?
Method OSHA 7 for Solvents on Charcoal Has Been Withdrawn – What Does That Mean? The OSHA 7 method citation will be discontinued by all AIHA-LAP accredited laboratories by this spring. However, there is no need for alarm as the previous sampling data citing OSHA 7 is still valid. What Continue reading?
Mississauga, ON – June 5, 2017 – Bureau Veritas, a world leader in testing, inspection and certification services, today announced that it has aligned its North American Industrial Hygiene laboratory testing services under the Maxxam brand. A member of the Bureau Veritas group of companies, Maxxam is a North American Continue reading?
October 6, 2014. Mississauga, Ontario. Barbara Morrissey, Maxxam’s long-time Director of Forensic Equine Drug Testing, is the 2014 recipient of the most prestigious award in horse racing chemistry. Continue reading?