Reproductive Hazards

How many people do you know that waited to have kids until after they got more financially secure?  So, they work and put money away, buy the house, and then find they have trouble conceiving or bringing a child to term. Data from the 2006–2010 National Survey of Family Growth studies of women under the […]

When do you need to bring in a Certified Industrial Hygienist, CIH?

OSHA has required air or noise sampling, they only accept sampling data from a CIH. Your concerns are related to employee exposures to chemicals on site, especially when chemical exposures include: Adverse health effects that are not immediately apparent, such as cancer or reproductive hazards. You are planning a process and need to identify hazards […]