Riverfront modified corporate Industrial Hygiene sampling schedules by harvesting, vetting and evaluating over 50,000 sets of personal exposure monitoring results collected over a 20-year period. Data points were subjected to a rigorous statistical analysis to identify key compliance metrics used to justify modifications in long term IH sampling schedules moving forward.
Riverfront personnel evaluated and developed procedures for silica exposure risks related to demolition of various masonry materials. Exposures were quantified through sampling, work and control methods were documented, and environmental conditions were evaluated. Data was collected over a one year period during 13 separate survey efforts, and integrated into the company’s corporate silica exposure control policy. The policy included a concise set of standard operating procedures later used to minimize risk to the employee, and liability to the employer, during construction project planning.
Provided comprehensive turn-key project management and EHS oversight for a $2.1M project involving the proper remediation of asbestos, lead, mercury, PCB and radioactive isotope containing building materials, followed by full building demolition, including removal of petroleum underground storage tank. Duties included daily coordination between general contractor, sub-contractors, facility owners and regulatory authorities to ensure project success over a 12-month period.
Following hurricane induced flood damage to residential dwellings, Riverfront mobilized upon a moment’s notice to lead a team of 25 industrial hygiene professionals during inspection and abatement of mold and asbestos containing building materials from over 1000 living units.