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Industrial Hygiene

What Does Industrial Hygiene Do?

Oversees Industrial Hygiene Programs for campus departments including Respiratory Protection Program, Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) and Hazard and Exposure Assessment Programs. Responds to Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) concerns, including odors, dust, mold, as well as physical hazards, such as noise and vibration.  Provides respirator training and fit testing, hazard assessment consultations and personal exposure sampling for hazardous chemicals, and ventilation surveys. Maintains the IH monitoring and sampling equipment.

Conducts inspections, incident investigations, safety consultations and hazard-specific training/presentations upon request.  Consults on and investigates occupational exposures & illnesses, and IAQ complaints.

Our Team

Industrial Hygienist & Environmental Manager - Neil Mansky

Industrial Hygienist-Asbestos & Lead - Andrew Hoyer

Industrial Hygienist-Asbestos & Lead - Carlos Stevenson

Industrial Hygienist - Michael Jacobs

Industrial Hygienist - Chris Holguin

-Respiratory Protection 

-Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) 
-Hazard Assessment 
-Exposure Assessment 
-Ventilation Assessment 
-UCLA Confined Space (collaborator)
-Respirable Crystalline Silica

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Inspections
All campus departments including employees, faculty/staff, students and visitors, except Health Systems buildings.

Who are our main collaborators?

Facilities Management

-Project/Construction Managers
-Building Managers      

Capital Programs Management

Project Managers