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Industrial Hygiene


Industrial hygiene is the science of anticipating, recognizing, evaluating, and controlling workplace conditions that may cause workers' injury or illness. Industrial hygienists use environmental monitoring and analytical methods to detect the extent of worker exposure and employ engineering, work practice controls, and other methods to control potential health hazards. OSHA develops and sets mandatory occupational safety and health requirements applicable to the more than 6 million workplaces in the U.S. OSHA relies on, among many others, industrial hygienists to evaluate jobs for potential health hazards.

Developing and setting mandatory occupational safety and health standards involves determining the extent of employee exposure to hazards and deciding what is needed to control these hazards, thereby protecting the workers. Industrial hygienists are trained to anticipate, recognize, evaluate, and recommend controls for environmental and physical hazards that can affect the health and well being of workers.

Cardinal Environmental will help your company monitor, evaluate, and provide training programs to ensure your compliance with OSHA regulations.

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Industrial hygiene monitor
  1. ›› Toxic chemical exposure monitoring
  2. ›› Noise surveys
  3. ›› Hearing conservation programs
  4. ›› Confined space evaluations and training
  5. ›› Respiratory protection programs
  6. ›› Right-to-know training
  7. ›› Indoor air quality evaluations
  8. ›› Biological contaminate monitoring
  9. ›› Chemical contaminant monitoring
  10. ›› Ventilation survey