industrial hygienist


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industrial hygienist

A scientist or engineer engaged in the study, control, and prevention of health risks in the workplace.
See also: hygienist
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The industrial hygienist interviewed every employee one on one.
Having a strong relationship with veteran water remediation contractors and experienced Certified Industrial Hygienists is an advantage.
Except for parts of Ventura County, radon isn't a problem in Southern California, according to industrial hygienist Katchen).
Hensel urged ANPA members to call on the association's industrial hygienists to conduct environmental audits at their newspaper plants to identify potential violations so management can correct the problems before the inspectors from the EPA and OSHA "knock at the door.
You can have an industrial hygienist write the specifications for a contractor to bid on, or assist in evaluating the removal process suggested by the contractor.
In the first video, SRR Industrial Hygienist Sally Starling discusses a heart rate monitoring technology SRR uses to help determine if workers experience heat strain.
Consult your local industrial hygienist or safety professional for recommendations.
an industrial hygienist and lead investigator on the research, said: "These levels are exceptionally high and not healthy for the employees and patrons exposed to particles found in secondhand smoke.
Bill Parks, a professional industrial hygienist and safety expert who helped assess the environmental damage in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, has joined RTK Environmental Group as senior project manager, announced Robert Weitz, Chief Operating Officer of RTK Environmental Group.
However, if a person's head enters a cell, a gas-free certification is required, also in accordance with NA-01-35 and guidance from regional industrial hygienist.
Herrick, an industrial hygienist, consulted members of the local brick-and-masonry union to identify buildings where they remember applying the toxic sealant.
This means that the insureds don't have to hire a consultant or have an industrial hygienist collect their air samples, Baril said.

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