Environmental Health & Safety

Industrial Hygiene

 The Industrial Hygienist: The primary duty of an Industrial Hygienist is to ensure that concentrations of environmental contaminants in the air are at the lowest and safest levels possible.  This is accomplished through implementing preventive measures in hazardous areas and by providing air monitoring to confirm that the levels meet both government and institutional regulations. 

 If you have a comment or a concern about the air quality in your work place please do not hesitate to Jeremy Heller or call me at x4152. 


Key Responsibilities:

  • Asbestos Control
  • Environmental Monitoring
  • Respiratory Protection Program


  • Medical Surveillance
  • Indoor Air Quality Surveys
  • Chemical Hygiene


  • Spill and Odor Response
  • Regulatory Compliance




Key Documents:

Here is a list of some informative industrial hygiene publications issued from the Department of Environmental Health and Safety.







Fact Sheets

The Environmental Health and Safety Department produces many fact sheets and bulletins to keep the Albert Einstein Community informed of important information.  Here are some links to recent EH&S documents.

 For more information contact Jeremy Heller