Growing Pains

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“Are you in?” “Sure. Deal me in. Wait. What are the rules?” “We’ll figure it out as we go.” Recreational legalization of cannabis in the United States began six years ago. Currently, nine states have passed legislation allowing for the recreational use of marijuana. Each of these states require laboratory testing and are working toward […]

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Adding Value Through an Effective EHS Management System

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Modern companies are faced with numerous international requirements related to Environment, Health, and Safety. Simply being in compliance with national EHS laws and regulations is considered minimum performance. Companies are required to demonstrate those systems and programs are in place to achieve this level of compliance at the national level in order to comply with […]

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John Lease to Work with RJ Lee Group to Offer ISO-Based EHS Program Assessment Services

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RJ Lee Group has announced it will be working with consultant John Lease, a highly qualified and internationally recognized Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Manager to offer a new international ISO-Based EHS program assessment services. John has extensive experience in deploying EHS systems for businesses across the globe, and will be working with our Occupational, Environmental, Health […]

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PTR-MS for Environmental Analysis

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  • 3:48PM May 17, 2016
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RJ Lee Group provides the clear solution with innovative proton transfer reaction mass spectrometry, or PTR-MS, technology. When you need to monitor to comply with industry safety standards or government regulations, the PTR-MS provides real-time quantitative results down to the single digit pptv-level. Whether you are sampling indoor air quality (IAQ) proactively to identify and […]

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Allison Murtha Laneve Receives 2015 MAAFS Distinguished Service Award

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  • 3:24PM Jun 23, 2015
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Allison Murtha Laneve, manager of RJ Lee Group’s Forensic Science Department, is the Mid-Atlantic Association of Forensic Scientists (MAAFS) 2015 recipient of the Distinguished Service Award. The award is presented to those who show dedication to the organization and the forensic science community. MAAFS encourages the exchange and dissemination of ideas and information throughout the fields […]

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Trace Evidence Analysis

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  • 4:42PM Apr 10, 2015
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Trace evidence analysis is the identification and/or comparison of small, possibly microscopic evidence, transferred by contact or discharged by movement during the commission of a crime.

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New York State Vermiculite Regulations: Decision Time for Building Owners

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  • 3:50PM Aug 14, 2014
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The New York State Department of Health (NYS DOH) has officially certified method LAB.055.1* for the analysis of spray-on fireproofing that contains vermiculite (SOF-V). RJ Lee Group developed LAB.055.1 and is the only laboratory accredited to perform this test. History: In June 2012, the (NYS DOH) provided guidance that the current methods for analyzing vermiculite-containing […]

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How to Select Polymeric Materials for Medical Devices Produced Using Additive Manufacturing

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  • 1:45PM Jul 17, 2014
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By Crystal Morrison, Ph.D. The additive manufacturing community is abuzz with discussions of what the future will look like—for aerospace, for medicine, and for countless other fields. Those who approach additive manufacturing (AM) from a material science perspective are also considering what these advances mean at the material level—how will a polymer or plastic that […]

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