Industrial hygiene has undergone an evolution. IH professionals are now required to develop strategic exposure assessment strategies as well as implement new technologies for sample collection and data analysis. In addition, they must evaluate risks from emerging chemicals and coordinate with other health and safety professionals to promote total worker health. Using digital tools and technology in a changing landscape is more critical today as exposure data becomes easier to collect and datasets are more robust. IH has evolved from periodic site-based sampling to corporate programs with risk-based and, in many cases, targeted exposure assessments. The standard for understanding and protecting worker health has become a more defined approach for industrial health management, including qualitative risk assessments and data management.
Join Ramboll and ProcessMAP, leaders in industrial hygiene, for a webinar focused on aligning IH, risk management and occupational health to ensure safer workplaces in 2021 and beyond.
In this webinar, we’ll discuss:
Time will be reserved at the end of the webinar for a live Q&A session.
Robert Rottersman, Principal, Ramboll
Rob has more than 20 years of experience in industrial hygiene and community health with an emphasis on evaluating risk from chemical, noise and biological exposures in the workplace. His experience ranges across a variety of sectors, including oil and gas, construction, hospital/health care, industrial manufacturing, pharmaceutical, educational facilities, laboratories, and commercial and residential buildings. Rob has managed hundreds of industrial hygiene projects, including development of exposure risk assessment procedures, design and implementation of sampling protocols, review of ventilation systems, and design and evaluation of exposure controls. He’s certified in the comprehensive practice of industrial hygiene by the American Board of Industrial Hygiene.
Gregory Monzo, Executive Vice President, ProcessMAP
Gregory has more than 20 years of experience providing environmental, health and safety leadership at both facility and business unit levels in several global organizations. He is ProcessMAP’s subject matter expert on industrial hygiene solutions. Before joining ProcessMAP, Gregory served as the director of health and safety (Americas) at American Standard. For 10 years, he led the EHS function for Baxter Healthcare’s Latin America, Europe and Asia/Pacific operations. At Baxter, Gregory helped develop Baxter’s global EHS information management system, and the experience he gained in this capacity now informs the ProcessMAP product portfolio. He holds a bachelor’s in mechanical engineering from Florida International University.
Alan Ferguson, Associate Editor, Safety+Health magazine
Alan covers worker safety for Safety+Health.