Industrial Hygiene

As a cutting edge provider of environmental, health, and safety (EHS) services, VOETS' encompassing strategies for regulatory compliance, investigations, safety concerns, and hazard mitigation allow for the optimal utilization of client resources.

For any areas not listed we will be happy to assist, through our industry network, in obtaining the best provider for those services.

Industrial Hygiene Services

Industrial Hygiene is the science of anticipating, recognizing, evaluating, preventing, and controlling environmental factors or stresses in, or associated with, the workplace. These may cause sickness, impaired health, injuries or discomfort among workers and community members. A company or institution's industrial hygiene services are the core of their safety program.

VOETS' professional experience allows client assurances for decreasing health and safety risks through analysis, design, development, and implementation of organizational safety management processes.

Services Include:

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Employee and Management Training

Keeping current with employee and management training of health and safety issues is essential for complying with regulatory requirements and organizational initiatives.

VOETS provides up-to-date regulatory compliance and safety training covering a wide range of topics including: OSHA, EPA, NYC DEP, NYS DOH, and other regulatory sources. We work with clients to develop company specific training as needed to support their needs.

Suggested Training Topics:

  • • Compliance with OSHA Regulations
  • • Federal, State, and Local Regulatory Compliance
  • • Asbestos Awareness
  • • Lead Awareness
  • • Mold Awareness

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Hazardous Material Testing

The presence of hazardous materials can create immediate and long term health and safety concerns for workers and community members. Understanding what materials may be present is essential for handling hazardous materials in accordance with regulations and recognized health and safety procedures.

To evaluate known or suspected hazardous materials for various parameters, VOETS conducts sampling, analysis, and evaluations to ascertain the type and/or composition of the material. To determine the presence and evaluate the strength and/or orientation of energy-related sources, VOETS can conduct energy sampling, analysis, and evaluation of sources such as: magnetic fields, UV/IR/visible light, electric fields, microwaves, radio waves, alpha, beta, gamma, and x-rays. Air, water, and soil testing can include detection, identification, and quantification of any specified parameters such as: particulates, fibers, gases, vapors, aerosols, mists, dusts, fumes, chemicals, toxins, allergens, irritants, chemicals, infectious agents, flow, temperature, humidity, concentration gradient, turbidity, pH, and more.

Services Include:

  • • Materials Sampling, Analysis, and Evaluation
  • • Radiation Analysis and Evaluation
  • • Air Sampling, Analysis, and Evaluation
  • • Water Sampling, Analysis, and Evaluation
  • • Soil Sampling, Analysis, and Evaluation

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A due diligence investigation is essential for understanding potential environmental issues and liabilities that may be present during a real property transaction. These types of investigations provide individuals involved in the transaction with information that could cause costly delays, impact employee safety, identify hazardous materials, and even lead to changes in the lease or purchase price of the property.

An environmental site assessment (ESA) helps to determine whether an environmental, safety or health liability exists. Real estate transactions and/or Industrial Site Recovery Act (SRA)/Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) - related services follow the American Society of Testing and Materials (MSTS) inspection protocols, and can be customized for specific applications.

Services Include:

  • Phase I inspections can include initial site evaluation and records review to determine if a potential liability and/or deficiency exists.
  • Phase II inspections are designed to confirm and delineate or deny the existence of potential liabilities or identified deficiencies during Phase I inspection. Sampling and analysis, or other definitive means, are typically employed.
  • Phase III is typically a remedial operation to correct deficiencies confirmed by a Phase II inspection. Monitoring of remedial operations and final sampling may be performed to document achievement of clearance criteria.

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