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Do you need help with your industrial hygiene program or have a general question for one of our Certified Industrial Hygienist? Submit your question below. 

Industrial Hygiene (IH) is defined as the science of protecting and enhancing the health and safety of people at work and in their communities.  Those dedicated to anticipating, recognizing, evaluating and controlling those hazards are known as Industrial Hygienists.  

A Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) is an individual who has met the requirements for education and experience, and through examination, has demonstrated a level of knowledge and skills in the following subject matter areas: Air Sampling & Instrumentation, Analytical Chemistry, Basic Science, Biohazards,Biostatistics Epidemiology Community Exposure, Engineering 

Controls/Ventilation, Ergonomics , Health Risk Analysis & Hazard Communication, IH Program Management, Noise, Non-Engineering Controls, Radiation – Ionizing and Non-ionizing
Thermal Stressors, Toxicology, Work Environments & Industrial Processes.

Why would you need to hire an industrial hygienist?

  • Minimize workplace illness and injuries
  • Investigate indoor air quality issues
  • Improve worker satisfaction and productivity
  • Show management commitment to worker health & safety
  • Perform side by side monitoring during an OSHA inspection

What services can an industrial hygienist provide for your business?

  • Chemical exposure assessment and measurement
  • Noise exposure assessment, mapping and PPE selection
  • Indoor air quality evaluation
  • Mold evaluation and testing
  • Asbestos evaluation, testing and awareness training
  • Lead evaluation, testing and awareness training
  • Compliance auditing
  • Respirator program development, selection and fit testing
  • Bloodborne pathogen program development and training
  • Hazard communication program, training and chemical inventory
  • Ergonomic assessments