Occupational Industrial Hygiene

What Is Occupational Industrial Hygiene?

Occupational industrial hygiene is the process of identifying and creating methods to prevent and clean up hazardous materials and risks relating the work environment. At Garrett McKenzie, we have seen and completed hundreds of occupational industrial hygiene issues on budget and on time. We don’t want you to worry about this part of your business.

Do You Qualify For Our Services?

We focus on commercial or industrial structures and jobs, not residential unless a bigger job. We work all over the United States and have contacts around the country. We are excited to help you identify, plan, and conquer your occupational industrial hygiene issues with our friendly staff. We also have 24 hour availability for any emergency clean up so you can get back to work sooner.


Occupational Industrial Hygiene Locations:

  • Hospitals
  • Rental Apartments and Complexes
  • High rises
  • Factories
  • Buildings with older construction material before 1980s
  • Shipyards
  • Lumberyards
  • Sheet Metal Industries
  • Many more industries and buildings

Pre-Planning To Prevent Injury & Exposure

We have the expertise to identify and evaluate your building’s conditions and how it will affect your employees’ health. Another thing to think about: other people that visit your building such as mail carriers, employees’ children, and independent contractors. Even short term exposure can have drastic effects on certain people. Think about your reputation when it comes to employee safety and prevention. We also offer occupational health programs for your staff and how to correct potential hazards in the workplace.

Occupational Industrial Hygiene Risk Solutions

Garrett McKenzie offers an array of resources and knowledge in identifying occupational industrial hygiene risks. We provide solutions for client focused goals and practices to improve and protect the health and well-being of workers in their work environment. We partner with building engineers, microbiologists, inspectors, investigators and your team to pull together all the elements in creating a healthy and safe environment for workers.

  • Indoor air quality assessments
  • Air monitoring for VOCs, toxic gases, and oxygen depleting atmospheres
  • Worker exposure assessments
  • OSHA compliance studies for chemicals & particulates