Industrial Hygiene Services

Industrial Hygiene Services for Nebraska

C&IH specializes in exposure assessment and risk management of health hazards in the workplace and community in Nebraska.

Overview of Services

  • Exposure monitoring for chemical, physical, and biological hazards
  • Risk assessment for complex and uncommon exposures in the workplace and community
  • Indoor air quality assessment for VOCs, particulates, microbial contaminants, formaldehyde, legionella, radon, and other contaminants, pollutants, and irritants
  • Regulatory compliance assistance and dispute resolution involving OSHA, MSHA, EPA, and state and local agencies
  • Health and safety program development, implementation, oversight, and audit (hazard communication, respiratory protection, blood borne pathogens, hearing conservation, confined space entry, lockout/tagout, etc.)
  • Management systems consulting for occupational health, safety, and environment including gap analysis, design and implementation, and audit for compliance with corporate standards, OHSAS 18001, ISO 14001, ISO 45001, ANSI Z10, NMA COREsafety, BSEE SEMS, etc.
  • Local exhaust and dilution ventilation system testing and certification (fume hood testing, sterile compound facilities certification for USP 797 and 800), troubleshooting, and design (new or modification)
  • Exposure modeling of airborne contaminant dispersion to test, validate, replicate, or predict a contaminant’s transport and pathway
  • Exposure simulation of historical, current, and potential exposure scenarios in a large-scale simulation chamber with modifiable dimensions and adjustable air flow rates
  • Toxicological evaluations including dose-response assessment of exposures from inhalation, ingestion, absorption, and injection; life-cycle product toxicity analysis; and SDS Development
  • Laboratory chemical hygiene program development, implementation, and training
  • Analytical chemistry consulting including quality assurance and validation of chemical and biological data

C&IH has helped organizations manage industry-specific health hazards in manufacturing, technology, and industrial production including, but not limited to:

Government-and-Public Sector
Scientific Resaerch-and-Testing

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