INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE.

We Keep Your Workplace (and Workforce) Humming.

THE RESOURCES, MANPOWER, EQUIPMENT AND EXPERIENCE YOU NEED…ON-TIME AND ON-BUDGET.

EI’s experienced industrial hygiene staff includes Certified Industrial Hygienists, industrial hygiene technicians, environmental scientists and mechanical engineers with a diverse range of regulatory compliance experience in the workplace environment. We know that you have specific and demanding concerns regarding these issues and EI is prepared to consistently meet your needs, whether within the United States or abroad. Our staff works hard to monitor the indoor environment to protect the health and safety of today’s workforce.

Toxic chemicals and harmful emissions from the manufacturing process are just a few of the hazards that can endanger unprotected employees in today’s workforce.  Identifying these potential hazards is critical to employee protection.

Many issues can affect building air quality – volatile organic compounds (VOCs), formaldehyde, particulate matter, mold and moisture intrusion, even poor ventilation. EI provides comprehensive Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) services.
EI supports all types of occupancies from heavy industrial to medical to office.  Our recognized experts provide ventilation and design review courses that train personnel to assess and manage ventilation systems and fire code compliance.
EI has performed hundreds of asbestos building surveys at commercial, residential, and industrial facilities. We assist clients in determining the most practical approach to manage asbestos-containing building materials.
Mold and biological contamination have quickly become high profile issues throughout the country. On almost a weekly basis, local and national news media are depicting businesses disrupted and residents ill or displaced due to mold contamination.
As a member of the National Hearing Conservation Association (NHCA), EI is committed to preventing hearing loss due to noise exposure in all sectors of society. EI provides a wide range of sound level measurement services and program development.
Compliance with OSHA standards can be cumbersome. However, an effective safety program will not only provide each employee a safe environment in which to work but will also positively impact the bottom line.
EI has extensive experience in conducting lead-based paint (LBP) inspections, risk assessment, design and monitoring using X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) technology or atomic absorption spectroscopy, depending on client needs.
Radon Surveys have become an important aspect in real estate sales and purchases. In many states, radon disclosure is required before a real estate transaction can be completed. EI maintains a staff of professionals certified by the EPA.
Ergonomics is an applied science concerned with the characteristics of people that need to be considered in designing and arranging things that people use in order that people and things will interact most effectively and safely.
WHAT OUR CLIENTS ARE SAYING

TMMK was very pleased with your ability to complete this project in such a timely manner and look forward to our next opportunity to work together!

Debby G. Walls
Human Resources – Safety Specialist
Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky, Inc.

I have to say, I am VERY happy with the results of the test, but extremely happy with the service you and The EI Group have provided.  You guys have been a life saver for me on this claim.

Scott Mitchell
Commercial Claims Manager
ICA, Inc.

When you use The EI Group, Inc., you are hiring true Industrial Hygiene professionals with a real world view and service that far exceeds industry norms. With EI reports, you get the information you need right away without all the fluff.

Brian Hughes
Corporate Division Safety Manager
Perdue Farms, Inc.