Industrial Hygiene Engineered Solutions
Safeguard the Work Environment to Protect Your Business
The costs associated with workplace injuries and illnesses can negatively impact these goals. The burden of workers’ compensation claims, including lost productivity, retraining and accommodation for injured employees, can eat away at the bottom line. Lack of attention to industrial hygiene can also impact worker morale, corporate image, and community relations.
TRC’s industrial hygienists understand the regulations that affect your industry. We strive to help our clients attain their risk management, cost containment, as well Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) compliance goals. We do this by investing the time to understand your operations, workforce relations, monetary constraints, and priorities. We assign trained staff who bring regulatory experience and industry knowledge. Finally, we customize solutions, share risk and rewards, and pay attention to your bottom line. We operate as part of your team and develop long-term partnerships that bring both business results and professional growth.
“TRC is committed to helping clients reap the benefits of an effective industrial hygiene program. We understand that companies need to be profitable, to fuel growth and to maintain a qualified work force.”
National Service Leader, Industrial Hygiene
Industrial Hygiene Program Evaluation & Development
- Peer review and gap analysis of existing programs.
- Preparation of site-specific programs such as chemical hygiene, confined space, hearing conservation, lock-out/tag-out, personal protective equipment and respiratory protection.
- Chemical and raw material usage review.
- Development of priority chemicals of concern sampling strategies.
Job Hazard Surveys
- Focuses on identifying and controlling high hazard processes and areas as a priority to improving safety
- Leads to the development of safe work practices and procedures
Industrial Hygiene Assessments/Exposure Monitoring
- Evaluating worker exposures to respiratory hazards (dusts, fumes, vapors, gases) heat and noise.
- Utilize real-time instrumentation to identify root causes of employee exposures.
- Addresses controls through engineering design, administrative change, and the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) Indoor air quality assessments and investigations
Indoor Air Quality Assessments & Investigations
- Mechanical hygiene assessments of processing area ventilation system(s)
- Evaluating the adequacy of existing air handling units and/or local exhaust ventilation
- Local exhaust ventilation assessment including duct air velocity and flow measurements
- Legionella risk assessments
- Microbial contamination
Looking for effective solutions to your problems?
Turn to the experts at TRC.