Industrial Hygiene is the anticipation, recognition, evaluation and control of agents that cause workplace sickness or discomfort.
Having a strong Industrial Hygiene program in place helps to ensure compliance to occupational health and safety laws, as well as reduce downtime and increase employee morale.
Protecting workers health. Providing peace of mind.
Industrial Hygiene Program & Document Development
Develop and implement Industrial Hygiene programs.
Develop Exposure Control Plans (ECP) or Codes of Practice (COP).
Industrial Hygiene Risk Assessment
Identification and assessment of health risks and control priorities.
Exposure Monitoring and Assessment
Evaluate the extent of employee exposure to harmful substances such as benzene, toluene, ethyl benzene, xylene, crystalline silica, formaldehyde, welding fume, diesel exhaust, dusts and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)
Ensure compliance to regulatory Occupational Exposure Limits (OELs).
Noise Monitoring and Control
Evaluation and identification of personal and facility noise exposure.
Develop or improve hearing conservation programs.
Identify health hazards.
Outline steps for hazard evaluation and control.
NORMs Area and Contamination Surveys
Screening survey to detect presence of Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material.
Indoor Air Quality Testing
Identification and resolution of indoor air quality issues.
Assessment of engineering controls to ensure that they are performing as expected to protect employees.
Asbestos Survey and Program
Identify potential asbestos containing materials (ACM).
Develop programs to manage ACM and personnel exposure.
Fungal Contamination Surveys
Air sampling and bulk sampling of suspect fungal contamination.
Support in management and abatement of (SFC).
Physical Demand Analysis
Physical demands assessment program including; drug and alcohol testing, ergonomic assessments, functional capacity evaluation, audiometric testing and pulmonary function testing.