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Comprehensive Industrial Hygiene, Safety & Indoor Air Quality Services – US-Wide  (by a CIH)

The art and science of anticipating, recognizing, evaluating and controlling  conditions (especially the workplace) that may cause human injury and/or illness.  Exposures assessments are conducted by a Certified Industrial Hygienist. Common exposure monitoring includes:

  •  Chemical Vapors, Gases, Dusts, Fumes, Fibers  –  any aerosol
  •  Heavy Metals (e.g, Lead, Arsenic, Welding Fumes, Hex Chr, etc.
  •  Silica Dust
  •  Petroleum Hydrocarbons & VOCS / Semi VOCs / MVOCS
  •  Bioaersols
  •  Indoor Air Quality Dust & Vapor Contaminate Identification
  •  Physical (noise, radiation, heat, etc.)
  •  Air contaminants (see above – all inclusive)
  •  Biological (mold, bacteria, viruses, etc.)
  • Unknowns (odors, sick building syndrome, building related illness, tight building syndrome, etc.)
  • Expert Witness

Comprehensive indoor air quality (IAQ) inspections and testing services for both commercial and residential property including:

  • Indoor Air Quality Complaints Investigations
  • Mold, Water Leak, Moisture Intrusion & Water Damage Inspections
  • Thermal Imaging / Infrared Inspections
  • Mold, Allergen, Bacteria and Other Bioaerosol Testing
  • Mold Post-Remediation Verification Inspections
  • Sewage Leak Inspections and Pre-/Post-Clean up Testing
  • Home Purchase IAQ – New or Older Homes
  • Post-Fire & Wildlife IAQ Assessments
  • LEED Air Quality Certification Confirmation Testing
  • Periodic Due Diligence Facility IAQ Surveys & IH Testing


  • PPE Hazard Assessments
  • Respirator Fit Testing
  • Noise Dosimetry
  • Confined Space Evaluations
  • Safety & Environmental Training
  • Written OSHA Compliance Program Review & Development
  • Radiation Safety (ionizing / non-ionizing)
  • HAZMAT Team Training & Consultation
  • HazWoper – Including Worst-Case Scenario Exposure Analysis of soil & ground water
  • Safety Data Sheet Writing
  • Health & Safety Plans – Includes all the above by a CIH

How We Work! 

  • Use applied scientific principles to identify hazards
  • Compile and analyze data about workplace risk
  • Interpret toxicological reports
  • Develop controls and remediation programs to address hazards & risks
  • Work with management. & specialists to communicate/integrate results effectively
  • Manage and monitor programs to improve health in the workplace, etc.

The practice of IH is inherent in many third-party government and private industry best practice standards; however, the same skills can be utilized for various projects, including proprietary research of various kinds. 

Our initial phone assessment will outline the best method to determine the likely scope of service required.  We may perform qualitative and/or quantitative analysis of an exposure.  Sometimes we can make calculations so that no visit is needed, based on the written scenarios presented to us.  Other times only an on-site observation followed by a quantitative measurement is appropriate to estimate exposure normally thru sampling the air, surface, or even part of the body such as hair, skin, breath, or in some cases urine, blood or other body fluids.

When applicable, the purpose of industrial hygiene sampling is to estimate worker exposure, determine compliance with State and federal regulations, determine the efficacy of exposure controls measures, and to characterize contaminant emissions. It is meant to be one tool in the overall practice of risk management. The inherent limitations and usefulness of these findings are based on sources of information used in a very specific period of time. 

Practitioners are certified by the American Board of Industrial Hygiene which has rigorous requirements that normally take about 7 years to complete, including a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in a hard science, four years of documented working under a certified “mentor” a strong ethical reputation and a rigorous examination with a low pass-rate.  Recertification is required every five years. 

The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (The “Act”) requires nearly every employer to implement the elements of an industrial hygiene and safety, occupational health, or hazard communication program and to be responsive to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the Act and its regulations.  This can be simple or very complex.  We review all this with you so it’s easy to understand and you have peace of mind regarding both compliance and with the risk of health hazards that can lead to costly illness, fines, workers compensation and insurance costs.

Call me today  954-782-0472    (Cell; 941-228-5525)
Kenneth Librizzi, MA, MS, CIH, CSP, ARM, HCRM, CIEC, LMA, WSC
Certified Industrial Hygienist, American Board of Industrial Hygiene (#9955)
Certified Safety Professional, Board Certified Safety Professional (#19375)
Licensed Florida Mold Assessor (#MRSA2531)
Licensed New York Workplace Safety Consultant (#WS692)
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