Occupational hygiene is the science of anticipating, identifying, evaluating and controlling workplace health hazards with the objective of safeguarding worker health and communities. Hygiene hazards include chemical, biological and physical agents that can cause illness and disease.
Occupational hygiene involves developing programs, policies and assessing potential exposures to reduce risks associated with these hazards (e.g. air sampling, noise assessment, indoor air quality testing).
PSHSA is looking to hear from you to better understand the types of hygiene services you may be interested in. Please take a few minutes to answer this short survey to help us to develop a specialized hygiene program that best serves the public sector. The survey is anonymous and will only take 5 minutes to complete.
We thank you in advance for your participation and input!