For over 26 years, the expert has been providing services on Environmental, Health and Safety issues. The expert began consulting with the purpose of providing consulting and testing services in industrial hygiene, safety and environmental field. The expert has experience from industry and the commercial casualty insurance market. The expert offers the ability to translate highly technical, scientific information into real and practical terms to assist the attorney in providing the best legal advice and direction on pursuing or settling litigation issues associated with chemical and environmental issues.
The expert can act as an expert witness and in litigation support in Asbestos, Chemical Exposure, Toxic Tort, Hazardous Waste, Industrial Hygiene, Safety, Pollution Liability and Regulatory Interpretation. This includes assessing the possible association between chemicals and specific diseases as well as re-creating exposure scenarios from historical records or data. The expert has acted as experts in litigation for such issues as chemical exposure, asbestos, solvents, PCB's, and other environmental issues.
As experts and expert witness, the expert offers litigation support in Industrial Hygiene chemical exposure, toxicology, Indoor Air Quality, health physics, workers compensation, recreating exposure situations, testing for chemicals or physical agents as noise & radiation, and microbiological agents. The expert has all the experience required to understand the specific requirements related to OSHA & EPA regulations, NIOSH criteria documents, ACGIH publications, as well as universally accepted protocols established in private and public sector for providing risk assessments, base line surveys, detailed monitoring surveys, project management, organizational development and liability issues.
The expert has expanded services in indoor air quality, asbestos abatement, consulting, environmental, lead, hazard communication/right-to-know, hazardous waste related services, EPA Phase I & II property assessments, and underground storage tanks have gradually been added to the original capabilities in industrial hygiene, safety, and loss control. The expert is actively involved in professional association activities and government committees as a means to expand industry knowledge and expertise.
The expert's Industrial Hygiene and Safety capabilities include industrial hygiene and safety programs and surveys, employee training program development and OSHA type inspections. Construction Safety is another area of specialization. The expert can develop and conduct training sessions in such subjects as respiratory protection, Hazard Communication, air-sampling methods, confined space, asbestos awareness, lead health effects, indoor air quality, lift trucks, and Lockout/Tagout. The expert has the ability to survey, test and remediate commercial and residential buildings and HVAC systems for chemicals, molds, fungi, spores, allergens, bacteria, asbestos and lead. The expert can run tests carbon dioxide, temperature, and relative humidity that continuously monitor 24 hours per day for up to 2 weeks.
Phase I and Phase II property assessments, HazMat, HazWoper (40 hr. Trained Personal), Site Safety Officer (SSO), Health & Safety Officer (HSO), soil sampling, air sampling, asbestos sampling, asbestos air monitoring, lead testing are a part of the expert's environmental services. Other services include assistance with air permits, annual e