Once a fire has been extinguished, it is necessary for property owners to take steps in determining the extent of damage and assess the condition of their structure. An initial step following a fire is to contact your insurance company who will assist in the process of evaluating damage and determining coverage.
RHP Risk Management’s accomplished team of Certified Industrial Hygienists (CIH), Certified Safety Professionals (CSP), and Public Health Scientists have substantial, wide-ranging experience in regulatory and environmental evaluations and safety solutions for the prevention and control of workplace hazards.
RHP’s Certified Industrial Hygienists have experience in performing workplace noise monitoring and mapping to identify high noise areas and processes that could lead to noise induced hearing loss (NIHL) as well as trigger the threshold for an Occupational Safety and Health Association (OSHA) hearing conservation program. RHP’s noise monitoring services can provide solutions to reduce employee noise exposures or to fulfill OSHA compliance.
RHP Risk Management’s certified industrial hygienists, public health scientists, and certified safety professionals have decades experience performing thorough building water system assessments and testing for legionella in commercial buildings, public buildings and industrial sites.