Our services, within the analysis of the work environment, are provided by highly trained personnel with the appropriate equipment, necessary to obtain reproducible results. Our monitoring team gives you a complete overview of the areas you need to investigate and come up with a sustainable plan to deal with any issues that may arise in the workplace. We help you ensure that your facilities and equipment comply with all relevant rules and regulations. Monitoring services are performed both during the day and at night as well as on holidays.

At Biogroup we have solutions and answers. We provide advice and training on a comprehensive range of issues related to occupational health and the environment. We are perfectly aware of local legislation and international standards. We help you with occupational hygiene and with your work environment regarding air quality, particulate matter, noise and vibrations, and the presence of hazardous substances.



Noise Monitoring

Noise measurements in workplaces with determination of the equivalent continuous sound level (NSCE). Analysis in octave bands and calculation of the hearing protector Law 19587 Cap. 13 Art. 13 Art. 85 and 86. Comparison with Decree 295/03 of the SRT.

Vibration Measurement

Measurement of Whole Body triaxial vibrations according to Resolution 295/03 and IRAM 4078 Part I and II Standard. Whole Body Human Exposure Assessment. ISO 2631. Measurement of hand-arm vibrations. Study of triaxial hand-arm vibrations in the workplace according to Resolution 295/03. ISO 2631 – IRAM 4079.

Illumination Measurement

Mapping of the light level in positions and productive sectors as well as in warehouses and corridors. Prevention of eye disorders and failures in processes and products. Signaling and emergency lighting. Optimization of existing general and local lighting.

Particulate Material

Determination of the average environmental concentration in the time of breathable particulate material: according to U.S. National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health (NIOSH) and/or U.S. Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA). Method: 0600 - NIOSH Manual of Analytical Methods 4th ed.

Noise Dosimetry

Noise dosimetry in the workplace with determination of equivalent continuous sound level (NSCE) and received dose. Comparison with Decree 295/03 of the SRT.


Measurement of Thermal Load with determination of TGBH, Belding - Hatch and valuation according to Decree 295/03 of the SRT.

Annoying Noises

Measurement of community noise according to IRAM 4062 Standard with measurements made at the four cardinal points, at two different times (06:00 to 22:00 and 22:00 to 06:00) under two operating conditions of the plant (Plant in operation and Plant Shutdown ).

Volatile Organic Compounds

Determination of the time-weighted average environmental concentration of Volatile Organic Compounds, according to methods 1500-1501 of the U.S. Methods Manual. National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health (NIOSH)


Determination of the time-weighted average environmental concentration of heavy metals (Chromium, Lead, Mercury, Cadmium, Nickel, Zinc, Iron) by Atomic Absorption according to Annex 3, Dec. 351/79, Law No. 19,587

Measurement of

Medición de Radioactividad (Rayos X, Gamma, Alfa y Beta) en ambientes de trabajo y en industrias que poseen fuentes radioactivas. Mediciones según Resol. 295/03, Ley Nº 17557/67 MS y AS.

Electromagnetic Fields

Measurement of Electromagnetic Fields according to Resol. 295/03, CABA: Protocol Resol. No. 3690/04 (CNC). OPDS Province of Buenos Aires Resol. No. 144/07

Antenna Radiations

Analysis of the levels of alternating electric and magnetic fields, radio frequencies and microwaves from both external installations (telephone antennas, Wi-Fi, transformers, high voltage, etc.) and internal ones (domestic appliances, electrical wiring, wireless telephones, etc.).


Determination of explosiveness in confined spaces


Qualitative-quantitative determination of Asbestos in the work environment according to Annex 3, Dec. 351/79, Law No. 19,587


Ventilation study in labor environments according to Resolution No. 295/03

Radon Gas

Measurement of Radon Gas in work environments according to Resol. No. 295/03.

Infrared Radiation Measurement according to Resol. No. 295/03.

Vibrations of Structures

Study of the levels of triaxial vibrations in the surroundings of the factory premises according to the Resolution of the ENRE.

Inorganics Acids

Determination of inorganic acids (hydrochloric, sulfuric, nitric, phosphoric acid) in the work environment by Ion Chromatography.

Alkaline Mists

Analysis of alkaline mist levels in the work environment. Analysis by Ion Chromatography.

Organic Vapors

Determination of Organic Vapors according to the methods validated according to NIOSH.

Workplace ergonomics studies according to Resolution SRT 886/15


EPA (Environmental Protection Agency)

Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater (American Water Works Association/American Public Works Association/Water Environment Federation)

ASTM standards (American Society for Testing and Materials International)

IRAM (Instituto Argentino de Normalización y Certificación)

ISO (International Organization for Standardization)

SW846 (Hazardous Waste Test Methods, EPA)

NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health)

OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration)

AOAC (Association Of Analytical Communities)

FDA (Food and Drug Administration)

ICMSF (International Commission on Microbiological Specifications for Foods)

AFNOR (Association française de Normalisation)

DIN (German national standard)

ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute)