Industrial Hygiene Monitoring
Health and safety hazards cover a wide range of chemical, physical, biological, and ergonomic stressors. The goal of the industrial hygienist is to keep workers, their families, and the community healthy and safe. This is accomplished by anticipating, recognizing, evaluating, preventing, and controlling hazards to eliminate or reduce the impact on workers and the community.
Whether you have an ongoing industrial hygiene monitoring problem, a new or changed process requiring analysis, or a potential exposure, PSARA possesses the expertise and equipment to investigate, understand, and mitigate your workplace hazards. Our qualified team of industrial hygiene professionals – led by Certified Industrial Hygienist, Jason Van Dyke – have extensive experience identifying hazards, monitoring exposures, evaluating risks, and formulating measures to prevent or manage issues. PSARA’s industrial hygiene services include:
- Indoor air quality assessments
- Chemical and biological exposure monitoring
- Noise level surveys
- Mold inspections
- Asbestos inspections and abatement monitoring
- Lead-based paint inspections, risk assessment, and abatement monitoring
- Program development
In addition to our extensive industrial experience, PSARA has developed and implemented exposure monitoring programs for more than 200 hazardous waste site cleanups. Such projects often involve serious chemical exposure challenges, including those posed by as-yet unidentified chemicals.