WET staff have performed numerous exposure evaluations related to heavy metals, carbon monoxide, various organic solvents, petroleum products, polychlorinated biphenyls, asbestos, dust, respirable crystalline silica, and noise

WET’s staff has extensive expertise in developing and reviewing written safety and health programs and HAZWOPER-compliant health and safety plans (HASPs) to support a wide range of environmental and construction field activities. These documents help provide a roadmap to ensure our clients are performing work in a safe manner and in accordance with current OSHA or MSHA requirements.

Chemical and noise exposure evaluations can be useful in the event of employee health concerns by providing quantitative data to help clients either identify and eliminate the source of concern, or to rule out workplace exposures as the source. Our certified industrial hygienist (CIH) can perform employee exposure evaluations related to chemical or physical hazards to evaluate whether employees are being exposed to hazards above occupational exposure limits, make recommendations on whether respiratory protection or other controls are necessary to lower these exposures, as well as if employees should be enrolled in a hearing conservation program or other medical monitoring programs as required by OSHA.