Industrial Hygiene

Last Updated: April 01, 2021
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Army IH provides support to the warfighter, conserves resources, and enhances readiness by anticipating, recognizing, evaluating, and controlling health hazards where military and civilian personnel work and serve.

DOEHRS-IH - Resources on using DOEHRS-IH to your advantage

Engineering Control Consultations - IHFS Mechanical Engineers provide assistance regarding ventilation and other engineering control related issues

Ergonomics - The APHC Ergonomists offer subject matter expertise in reduction and prevention of work-related musculoskeletal injuries (WMSDs) in a variety of settings such as industrial, office, laboratory, and healthcare settings.

Indoor Air Quality and Mold - information on performing IAQ investigations and dealing with mold growth

IH Metrics - How DOEHRS-IH is used to identify gaps and strengths for Army IH

IH Training & Professional Development - APHC resources for continuing education -seminars and workshops

Occupational Hazards - Information regarding common Army workplace hazards such as chemicals, noise, heat

Personal Protective Equipment - information on how to select the best PPE for your task, shop and environment

Sampling Methods and Strategy - Technical Guide 141 details IH sampling methodology and analysis        

Occupational Heavy Metal Exposures- Army specific metal exposure information. Includes Beryllium, Cadmium, Hexavalent Chromium and Lead.