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Laboratory analysis work is accredited and compliant. All sampling methods comply with the standards and regulations of the Quebec Institute for Research in Occupational Health and Safety (IRSST) and the Occupational Health and Safety Regulations (CNESST). The management of samples in the laboratory is carried out by molecular biologists, microbiologists, chemists and biotechnologists specializing in the cutting-edge sectors of their respective disciplines. All laboratory analysis operations are recognized or accredited according to ISO / IEC 17025. The various laboratory analysis methodologies are in accordance with international standards recognized by NIOSH, OSHA, ASTM, AOAC, FDA BAM, CTFA, USP , APHA, ASM and US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The Quality Assurance & Quality Control (QA / QC) internal laboratory programs are also compliant with ISO 17025. The laboratory analytical work is also compliant with the CMHC Standards and from Health Canada.

AIRTESTS samples from in situ sampling are then analyzed in the laboratory by biotechnologists, microbiologists and chemists from leading sectors of their respective disciplines. It is through a rigorous scientific approach that we identify the problems of contamination and the causes of it, both external and internal. In the laboratory, the analytical services are certified, and the drafting of the detailed reports includes, according to the nature of the mandates, the appropriate decontamination protocols to correct the various environmental problems that affect the buildings as well as their occupants. Depending on the specific nature of the application and the specific circumstances of each case, the samples are analyzed in one or more of the following well established reputation laboratories;

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