Industrial Hygiene Services

Protect Your Workers from Common Workplace Hazards

Our industrial hygiene programs provide a complete solution for minimizing workplace hazards that can result in injury, illness or affect the well-being of workers. Service components may include a hazard assessment, ongoing monitoring, policy & procedure review and development, supervisor and employee training, and medical surveillance.


Our industrial hygiene services include:

Hearing ConservationHearing conservation

If your employees are exposed to average noise levels of 85 decibels or greater during an eight-hour workday, OSHA requires them to be placed in a hearing conservation program. We can monitor your work environments to determine if your exposures are at or above this level and provide an exposure report with recommendations. We’ll also review or develop policies for noise monitoring and help you track and manage your training and medical surveillance records.

Air Monitoring

Airborne contaminants can present significant threats to worker safety and health. We’ll monitor your work environment for chemical exposures; air particulates such as dust, fumes, and mold; and extreme temperatures. Upon conclusion of the air monitoring service, you will receive an exposure report and recommendations to ensure you are protecting your employees. We will also develop or review your policies and procedures and help you track and manage your air monitoring, training, and medical surveillance records.


Reduce workers’ compensation and medical expenses related to ergonomics issues with the findings and recommendations you’ll receive from our onsite assessment. Our consultants will job shadow your workers and conduct interviews to identify problem areas and offer recommendations for engineering, PPE or administrative controls.

Laser Safety

Eye safety is the number one concern when working with or near a laser. Through our laser safety services, our consultants will evaluate the exposures your lasers present to workers, match PPE and signage to the various lasers you have in your facilities and develop or review your company’s policies for laser safety. We can also assist you with identifying and training your Laser Safety Officer if needed.

Take a proactive approach to industrial hygiene by contacting us today for a no-obligation discussion. 



Frequently Asked Questions

The primary risk exposure from lasers is damage to a person’s retina or vision. All lasers are classified in one of four potential classes. Class 1 lasers are the only class of lasers that don’t present any risk exposure. Class 2 and above present risks that require safety protection. Many companies are not aware that simply giving employees PPE is not enough.

One of the most common workplace injuries are due to muscoloskeletal disorders (MSDs), which are typically caused by the repetitive motion found in manufacturing, construction, service and office industries. Although ergonomics is not specifically called out by OSHA, the General Duty Clause requires employers to take action to correct or eliminate all injuries in the workplace.

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