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Our Services

Industrial Hygiene and Safety

Eduardo Artiga
Industrial Hygiene and Safety

We provide program development, management, or consultation for any of the following Industrial Hygiene programs:


Industrial Hygiene Program Management:

  • Respiratory Protection

  • Periodic Compliance sampling (such as Hexavalent Chromium, Cadmium, Lead, etc.)

  • Confined Space

  • Hearing Protection

  • Radiation Protection (Lasers, Non-Destructive Inspection and Dental X-Ray, Electromagnetic Field Radiation, etc.)  

Industrial Hygiene Assessments (IHA):
Performs IHA’s along with the documentation and data entry into required databases (DOEHRS, SHETraK, Cority, etc). Our team also performs audits, data analysis, and training on any of the Industrial Hygiene services.


Industrial Hygiene Surveys:

  • OSHA Compliance Sampling

  • Air Sampling 

  • Wipe Sampling

  • Lighting Surveys

  • Ventilation Assessments

  • Noise Source Surveys

  • Noise Dosimetry

  • Indoor Air Quality Assessments

  • Radiation Scatter Surveys

  • Asbestos Surveys

  • Lead-Based Paint Surveys

Dr. Tomas Widemond
Public Health Advisor and Emergency Management Specialist

Public Health and Emergency Health and Safety Response

We build policies, plans, and training programs to help organizations prepare for public health issues and emergencies, ensuring both operational reliability and resilience as well as compliance with relevant laws and regulations.

Public Health Advisor:

  • Health Education and Promotion: Design and implement public health education programs to improve corporate and community health outcomes.


  • Health Policy Development: Craft health policies that meet local, state, and federal guidelines and regulations.


  • Stakeholder Communication: Work with various stakeholders, including governments, healthcare providers, and community groups, to communicate health initiatives.


  • Research: Provide data analysis to identify public health problems and develop evidence-based solutions.


  • Grant Writing: Prepare applications for funding from various sources to support health initiatives.


  • Program Evaluation: Assess the effectiveness of health programs and make data-informed decisions to improve them.


  • Disease Prevention Strategies: Design and implement strategies to prevent the spread of diseases in organizational environments and communities.


  • Community Mobilization: Coordinate community resources for public health initiatives.

Emergency Management Specialist:

  • Disaster Preparedness Planning: Develop organizational plans to respond to natural disasters and other emergencies.


  • Crisis Management: Take effective action in high-pressure emergency situations.


  • Risk Assessment: Evaluate potential risks and creating mitigation strategies.


  • Emergency Communication: Ensure effective communication, coordination and control with diverse stakeholders during emergencies.


  • Resource Management: Coordinate and allocate resources effectively during emergencies.


  • Training & Drills: Conduct drills to prepare organizations and communities for emergencies.


  • Business Continuity Planning: Ensure that critical business functions continue during and after a disaster.


  • Interagency Coordination: Collaborate with various government and non-government agencies during emergencies.


  • Recovery Planning: Develop strategies to help organizations recover and rebuild after emergencies.


  • Legal Compliance: Ensure all emergency plans comply with local, state, and federal laws.

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