Monday August 10, 2009 | Industrial HygieneAugust 7, 2009 at 9:42 am | Posted in Coming Up | Leave a comment
There’s a group of people who swing into action at times of disaster but also work everyday in factories, offices and other business environments as workplace detectives. They are industrial hygienists. Their job is to spot potential hazards and come up with solutions to protect workers and the general public. Before they came along, people were getting sick at work and no one knew why. We’ll find out how they do what they do and what they look for.
Elizabeth Pullen – VP of the AIHA, American Industrial Hygiene Association
Brian Kasher – Manager, Environmental Health and Safety for Char-Meck Schools
Carter Ficklen – Program Manager, Safety and Quality Assurance Alliance, Inc.
John Henshaw – Pres., Henshaw & Associates, Inc. Served as U.S. Asst. Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 2001-2004