Certified Industrial Hygienist
Aero-Environmental offers Certified Industrial Hygienist services for the cannabis industry in California and throughout the U.S.
This is an essential resource for the safe, legally compliant and successful production of cannabis. Your facility must be EPA and OSHA compliant—hazard mitigation can therefore not be left to chance.
Environmental Health & Safety Management In Cannabis Production.
Oftentimes cannabis production experts understand the importance of odor mitigation in their production facilities, but may be unaware of the hazards the facility may pose to human and environmental health.
We work with clients to create custom-tailored Environmental Health & Safety programs to address regulatory compliance requirements and non-regulatory risk management concerns. Our experts also assist with the implementation of EHS program elements at the site and system-wide levels. Support elements include training, routine inspections, equipment performance evaluations and program compliance audits. Some of the key issues and agents we might address for cannabis operations include:
- Injury and Illness Prevention
- Hazard Communication
- Environmental Health & Safety Training
- Site-Specific Health and Safety Plans
- Respiratory Protection
- Chemical Hygiene Plan
- Odor mitigation and Odor Abatement Plans
- Process Safety Analysis/Management
- Permit-Required Confined Space Entry
- Bloodborne Pathogens
- Job Hazard Analysis
- Laboratory Safety
- Hearing Conservation
- Health and Safety for the Cannabis Industry
We can also facilitate the process of permitting and regulatory compliance.
Regulatory Oversight & Code Compliance In The Cannabis Industry
The legalization of cannabis products in California and other states in the US has brought many opportunities to the marijuana industry— and with it an attendant increase in regulatory oversight and management of cannabis cultivation, product manufacturing, and distribution.
The lack of standardized codes, requirements, and enforcement within the cannabis industry has resulted in a confusing patchwork of requirements, both for production facility operator, and local cities and counties attempting to properly enforce their codes. As a cannabis facility operator, your job is the smooth production and distribution of top-quality product; health and safety compliance should be left to a Certified Industrial Hygienist.
We Are Here To Help
Biological, chemical, and physical hazards mitigation is your responsibility—and we are here to help. An investment in safety and best environmental practices will not only keep your cannabis production facility primed for optimal performance, it’s also legally required, and it’s the right thing to do.