As the economic recovery unfolds, many executives with supply chain and logistics responsibilities are moving out of “survival mode” and beginning to make their supply chains more flexible, responsive and efficient. They are looking to trim the number of distribution centers while minimizing transportation costs and cycle time. If they have moved operations or sourcing overseas, they are looking for strategies to help them better manage a more complicated set of logistics and get a handle on fluctuations in inbound shipping costs. And if it has been a while since their warehousing and inventory strategies have been examined, they are looking for ways to respond to changes in customer order patterns and incorporate important new technologies.DescriptionThis position will review and advise on Industrial Hygiene (IH) programs by anticipating, identifying, and evaluating the installation's control and management of chemical, biological, physical, and ergonomic health hazards such as hazardous materials, toxic chemical contaminants, asbestos, noise, inadequate ventilation, excessive heat or cold, etc. Recommend solutions for elimination, reduction or control of identified hazards. Apply and interpret Federal, and state regulations, standards and guidelines. Develop occupational and health hazard evaluation protocols. Provide training on conducting Occupational Hazard Assessments. Develop course of action to bring deficient IH programs into compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. Review work plans, blueprints, specifications, and other documents on equipment, construction, or modification of facilities for compliance with applicable IH standards, codes and regulations.We’ve been helping leading companies in a range of industries tackle these problems for over 30 years and more than 1,000 client engagements. Though every problem we encounter is different, we approach all of our engagements with certain fundamental perspectives.