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Hiring for an experienced Industrial Hygienist position.

Job Description
DC Environmental is hiring for an experienced Industrial Hygienist position.

Position Summary:

Evaluating chemical or biological physical dangers like air quality, ergonomic challenges, dangerous sound levels, and even productivity, through the establishment of and adherence to health and safety-related regulations and protocols.
Essential Functions * Analyze, identify and measure workplace hazards or stresses that can cause sickness, impaired health, or significant discomfort in workers through chemical, physical, or biological exposures.
Investigates the adequacy of ventilation, exhaust equipment, lighting, and other conditions which may affect employee health, comfort, or efficiency.
Conducts evaluations of exposure to ionizing and non-ionizing radiation and to noise, and recommends measures to ensure maximum employee protection.
Prepares reports including observations, analysis of contaminants, and recommendations for control and correction of hazards.
Evaluates facilities to ensure compliance with environmental regulations and promotes the maintenance of a sanitary working environment.

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, And SKILLS - A Plus, Bachelor’s or Associate's degree in safety, industrial hygiene, or another related degree a plus. Years of experience: 2 – 4 years in construction, facility maintenance, or industrial safety. Working towards CIH or CSP certification.

The candidate must be able to lift forty (pounds), climb a ladder, be agile enough to get into crawl spaces, attics, and interstitial spaces for asbestos inspections. Must have general good fitness.
Job Type: Full-time


Hazardous Materials Assessment: 1 year (Preferred)
Regulations: 1 year (Preferred)

Associate (Preferred)

Asbestos Inspector (Preferred)
Job Type: Full-time

COVID-19 considerations:
1. Practice social distancing, six feet or more.
2. Wear a KN95, N95, or respirator when on the job site or in the DCE office.
3. No handshaking while on the job.
4. Wash your hands often.


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