Practical Safety and Health Solutions

Assessment of Employee Exposure to Air and Noise Contamination 

When dealing with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’ regulations, inspections, and violations regarding employee noise and air contaminant exposure you are required to bring in a Certified Industrial Hygienist to do the sampling.

We, at Practical Safety and Health Solutions, help you respond to OSHA violations based on decades of experience working as OSHA standard enforcement officers, OSHA consultants, as well as complying with OSHA standards within chemical labs, biological research, and manufacturing environments..

We at Practical Safety and Health Solutions help you with your air and noise monitoring/sampling needs to:

  • Respond to OSHA violations
  • Prepare for OSHA inspections
  • Assess employee workplace exposures to noise or chemicals
  • Reassess exposures after changes in the workplace, such as installing engineering controls

Our reports meet the requirements of OSHA’s 1910.1020 Employee Exposure and Medical Records standard and include information on record retention to help you understand the employer’s record retention responsibilities.

 Contact us to discuss your sampling needs by phone, 920-944-9143, or email, cih@psahs.com

 

 

Mission, Vision & 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.

Qualifications

 

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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