RHP Risk Management’s certified industrial hygienists, public health scientists, and certified safety professionals have decades experience performing a variety of water management related consulting services including general water quality testing for contaminants such as lead, copper, arsenic, nitrates, and coliforms; specific regulatory related lead in water sampling for schools and daycares; and thorough building water system assessments and testing for legionella in commercial buildings, public buildings, industrial sites, and residential properties.

RHP provides general water quality consulting services for a variety of clients including owners, occupants, renters, or leasers of residential (single-family homes, apartment complexes, condominium buildings), commercial, or industrial properties. Our general water quality assessment includes the collection and interpretation of water samples for contaminants such as lead, copper, arsenic, nitrates, and coliform to understand the general drinking water quality for both general inquires and/or real estate transactions.

Case Study: Commercial Day Cares(Lead in Water)RHP Risk Management performed lead in water testing at
commercial day care buildings. RHP collected initial samples,
provided results and assisted mitigation strategies.
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Case Study: Healthcare Building(Legionella / Water Management Plan)RHP Risk Management developed a site-specific water
management plan (WMP) to reduce the growth and spread
of building related legionella & other waterborne opportunistic
pathogens for a healthcare facility.
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Working closely with commercial, industrial, residential, school, and daycare clients in assessing water quality for a variety of contaminants regulated by the USEPA, RHP experts can test for lead in drinking water and create action plans to minimize exposures, provide consulting on the EPA’s Lead and Copper Rule, perform water testing and provide lead in water training to meet Illinois DCFS requirements, test water at schools to meet IDPH requirements, and perform water quality testing as part of property transactions. For meeting DCFS requirements, RHP offers Online e-Learning Lead Training for all daycare home and commercial applicants, license holders, and directors which covers mitigation strategies for lead in water and the impact of lead exposure in children.

As specialists in the evaluation of building water systems for Legionella, RHP has decades of experience working closely with clients in identification, analysis, and management of existing and potential concerns associated with Legionella and Legionnaires disease. This includes assisting with the development of water management programs and water sampling in commercial and public buildings, industrial facilities, and multi-residential buildings as well as assist with responses to suspected cases or outbreaks of Legionnaires disease.

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RHP Risk Management is a leader in the field of Industrial Hygiene, Indoor Air Quality (IAQ), Built Environment, Risk Management, Dose Estimation & Analysis, and Exposure Simulation Testing. Our highly trained and sophisticated team of professionals work together seamlessly on small and large projects. Our roster includes certified industrial hygienists, public health scientists, risk assessors, certified safety professionals, field staff, an engineer, an anthropologist, an economist, certified paralegals, and support staff.

We work with our clients to develop solutions to their most pressing concerns. Understanding exposures and risks through a grounding in a sound, defensible, state- of- the- art scientific approach gives our clients peace of mind. Empowered by a comprehensive understanding of exposures we can provide, clients are better equipped to recognize previously unseen business risks, manage known risks, target areas for control systems, comply with regulations, and to be braced for regulatory or litigation actions. Senior staff have served as experts in front of stakeholders, public, workers, regulatory, and State and Federal courts.