Industrial Hygiene & Waste Management

Industrial Hygiene is a science and art devoted to the anticipation, recognition, evaluation, prevention, and control of those environmental factors or stresses arising in or from the workplace which may cause sickness, impaired health and well being, or significant discomfort among workers or among citizens of the community.


Typical roles of the industrial hygienist include:

Investigating and examining the workplace for hazards and potential dangers Making recommendations on improving the safety of workers and the surrounding community​ Conducting scientific research to provide data on possible harmful conditions in the workplace Developing techniques to anticipate and control potentially dangerous situations in the workplace and the community Training and educating the community about job-related risks

Advising government officials and participating in the development of regulations to ensure the health and safety of workers and their families Ensuring that workers are properly following health and safety procedures

Industrial Hygienists Work with the Issues that Concern Us All Industrial hygienists deal with the health and safety challenges facing people everywhere including:

Indoor air quality (sick building syndrome, second-hand tobacco smoke)

Evaluating and controlling environmental lead exposure

Emergency response planning and community right-to-know

Occupational disease (AIDS in the workplace, tuberculosis, silicosis)

Potentially hazardous agents such as asbestos, pesticides, and radon gas

Cumulative Trauma Disorders (repetitive stress injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome)

Radiation (electromagnetic fields, microwaves)

Reproductive health hazards in the workplace

Setting limits on exposure to chemical and physical agents

Detection and control of potential occupational hazards such as noise, radiation, and illumination

Hazardous waste management​​​​​​​​​​

2) WASTE MANAGEMENT ( Hazardous Industrial and Hospital Waste, Organic Waste, )

Risks Control designs and operates systems for the treatment of hospital waste, which includes items that carry the risk of infection, along with sludge from water treatment plants and other hazardous industrial wast. Risks Control has wide-ranging expertise in all the processes involved in the treatment and recovery of these hazardous types of waste, all of which is carried out according to the strictest regulations. Whatever its nature, the material collected is integrated with the recycling of domestic waste, in order to optimize the cost of treatment.

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