The Industrial Hygienist is primarily responsible for recognizing, evaluating, and controlling potential hazards. The INDUSTRIAL HYGIENIST is also responsible for evaluating facility compliance with regard to state and federal occupational health and safety regulations, laws, rules, and codes. The INDUSTRIAL HYGIENIST will assess and evaluate potential hazards in the form of air contaminants, biological hazards, chemical hazards, physical hazards as well as ergonomic hazards.
Education/Experience: Bachelors degree preferably in Physical Science, Engineering, Safety or
Industrial Hygiene required. Minimum of 3 years related industrial hygiene experience within a
hospital. Knowledge in OSHA, ACGIH, AIHA, EPA, ASHRAE, and federal, state and local
regulations, standards and procedures pertaining to the occupational safety and health of
employees in county operations is required.
Licensure/Certification: Professional certification (CIH) by the American Board of Industrial Hygiene preferred
Knowledge/Skills: Strong verbal and written communication skills. Microsoft Office Suite proficiency. Ability to deliver training programs. Work comfortably with employees and management in a wide variety of circumstances. Demonstrate ability to lead and participate on teams. • Ability to compile data and prepare comprehensive reports, both technical and non-technical.
St. John Health System - 23 months ago
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