Practical Safety and Health Solutions
Practical Safety and Health Solutions LLC is based on two premises:
- A safe and healthy workplace places the responsibility for the safety culture inside the workplace
- Hazard assessment, control and regulatory compliance does not need to be complex to be effective
While hazard assessments, control selections and regulations can seem complex and daunting we specialize in breaking it down into simple, prioritized tasks.
Mission, Vission & Value
Mission: To provide customers with the neccessary services to assess employee exposures and information.
Vision: Is a world without occupational illness
Values: To meet the ethical standards of the American Board of Industrial Hygiene Association, and to provide the customers with sufficient data and knowledge to assess employee exposures and to assist in their reduction or elimination.
Masters of Science, Industrial Health, 1997
OSHA On-Site Consultation Program Industrial Hygiene Consultant 1997 – 1999
Certified by the American Board of Industrial Hygienists since 1998, CIH: 8540 CP
State of Wisconsin Public Sector Wisconsin code and OSHA standard enforcement 1999 – 2013
Director – Wisconsin Section American Industrial Hygiene Association Board 2014 – 2017
American Industrial Hygiene Association Technology Initiatives Strategic Advisory Group 2019 – present
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