We adhere to all government and industry standards such as the guidelines from:
- Occupational Safety and Health Association (OSHA)
- Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
- Indoor Environmental Standards Organization (IESO)
- Florida Agency for Healthcare Administration (AHCA)
- American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH)
- NYC (New York City) Department of Health Standards
Code of Ethics
Protect your family or business with a quality mold inspection from On-Site Mold Analysis.
According to the code of ethics adopted by the boards of ABIH, ACGIH, AIHA and the American Academy of Industrial Hygiene, environmental inspectors shall:
Integrity of the ProfessionAct responsibly to uphold the integrity of the profession.
Counsel Affected PartiesCounsel affected parties factually regarding potential health risks and precautions necessary to avoid adverse health effects.
No Conflict of InterestAvoid circumstances where a compromise of professional judgement or conflict of interest may arise.
Keep ConfidentialKeep confidential personal and business information obtained during the exercise of industrial hygiene activities, except when required by law or overriding health and safety considerations.
Competence AreaPerform services only in the area of their competence.
Recognized Scientific PrinciplesPractice their profession following recognized scientific principles with the realization that lives, health and well-being of people may depend on their professional judgement and that they are obligated to protect the health and well-being of people.
- Allergies & Asthma
- Black Mold
- Home Inspection
- Indoor Air Quality
- Industrial Hygiene
- Microbiology Laboratory
- Mildew Testing
- Mold Inspections
- Mold Testing
- Sick Building Syndrome
- Toxic Mold
- Water Damage Inspections
South Florida, Broward, Miami-Dade & Palm Beach Counties
Fort Lauderdale • Miami • West Palm Beach