Industrial Hygiene 
Mission:

To provide support to assist military leaders, facility managers, and occupational health and safety personnel in anticipation, recognition, evaluation, and control of occupational health hazards to ensure a safe work environment for the U.S. Army's Warfighters and their families, civilian and local national employees and to support soldier readiness, injury prevention, and population protection for the U.S. Army. Occupational Health Survey 
Our Services:

Health Hazard Inventories - An on-site visit to evaluate all potential health hazards in the workplace to prevent occupational injury or illness. Includes the survey of equipment and operational procedures, collection of samples, and preparation of a report indicating the presence or absence of hazards. Recommends more detailed study if required.

Industrial Hygiene Studies - A major on-site visit to solve a known problem. Includes a more detailed inspection, evaluation, and sample collection, and a more extensive effort by the consultants involved. The report contains detailed guidance for engineering or administrative control measures and/or recommendation for use of personal protective equipment.

Indoor Air Quality Surveys - The process of studying, evaluating, and controlling indoor air issues related to temperature, humidity, odor, and cleanliness.

Ergonomic Assessments - An on-site visit to evaluate workplaces, environments, jobs, tasks, equipment, and process in relationship to human capabilities and interactions for the prevention of ergonomic injury. The organization's Ergonomics Program is reviewed for effectiveness.

Ventilation Surveys - Evaluations of existing exhaust and supply ventilation systems in the workplace to assess effectiveness to control or reduce potential employee exposure to hazardous chemicals. Examples include welding,  battery shop, paint booth, operating room, and vehicle exhaust system. Ventilation survey 

Facility Design Reviews - The provision of professional engineering and technical advice concerning Occupational Health and Safety aspects of modernization, expansion, or new construction of U.S. Army facilities during concept, design, and construction phases. Includes recommendations for improvement or preparation of a report as appropriate.

Hearing Conservation Studies - The most desirable hearing conservation measure is reducing noise levels at their source and eliminating harmful health effects. Noise hazardous operations are identified, evaluated and enrolled into the Army Hearing Conservation Program.

Personal Protective Clothing and Equipment Guidance - Hazards evaluation of the workplace is conducted to determine personal protective clothing and equipment (PPCE) requirement. A program evaluation is performed to ensure PPCE users are training on use, care and limitations of the equipment.  Respirator Fit Testing


Contact Information

Name: PHCR-Pacific Industrial Hygiene 
Email Address:  
Telephone: 011-81-46-407-3587 
DSN: (315) 263-3587 
Mailing Address:
USAPHC Public Health Command Region-Pacific
Unit 45006 (MCHB-AJ-TP)
APO  AP  96343-5006

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