Industrial Occupational Hygiene

Occupational hygiene is generally defined as the art and science dedicated to the anticipation, recognition, evaluation, communication, and control of environmental hazards or stressors in, or arising from, the workplace that may result in injury, illness, or impaired well-being of workers and/or members of the community.  


These hazards or stressors can be biological, chemical, physical, ergonomic, or psychosocial. Occupational hygiene also deals with the assessment of the extent of risk posed by the hazards and the development of effective strategies to eliminate or control the risks (risk management) .

Services include:

  • Comprehensive Audits
  • Investigations of Disease
  • Airborne Contaminant Sampling
  • Assessment of local exhaust ventilation systems
  • Noise Surveys and Exposure Evaluations
  • Lighting Surveys
  • Non-ionizing Radiation Monitoring
  • Heat Stress Assessments

We are able to respond rapidly to urgent requests, with the resources necessary to initiate work immediately and follow it through until the risks are appropriately characterized, communicated and abated. There are no delays while waiting for rental equipment or supplies, since we own and maintain a full complement of survey equipment, including over 20 constant flow sampling pumps, 10 noise dosimeters,  particulate monitors, numerous gas monitors with data logging capabilities, bio-aerosol sampling devices, heat stress monitors and other specialty field equipment.



Phoenix OHC
Phoenix OHC
Phoenix OHC
Phoenix OHC


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