Let's start with the basics: what is industrial hygiene? Industrial hygiene is the science of anticipating, recognizing, evaluating, and controlling workplace conditions and illnesses. This means explicitly working with health hazards and understanding, evaluating, and managing things like pesticides, infectious diseases, noise, and substances like lead and asbestos.
Now, is industrial hygiene more important now than ever before? Absolutely. Looking out for employees, hazards, materials, and diseases in the workplace is more critical than ever before. Businesses are hiring to address hygiene needs, and staying ahead of the demand is vital. That's why training and consultation in industrial hygiene are directly applicable to anyone working in manufacturing.
Industrial Hygiene Training
Industrial hygiene services from Northwest Safety and Risk Management addresses: