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.