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    Serves as the recognized expert in industrial hygiene for the Eastern Service Area, including support to the National Safety Office and other Service Areas.

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    Develops and executes programs in areas including: radiation safety, asbestos, hearing conservation, mold management, indoor air quality, ergonomics, blood-borne pathogens, occupational medical surveillance, respiratory protection, personal protective equipment, first aid/CPR/AED, general industrial hygiene, hazardous chemicals, confined space and other industrial/environmental health programs. Provides the following services as part of the development and execution of technical programs: Provides leadership and guidance on performing in-depth monitoring, testing, and sampling for various health hazards. Provides direction to field managers ensuring all plans and programs incorporate federal and state mandated health and safety standards into work procedures and facilities. Participates as the recognized industrial hygienist on committees, bargaining unit actions, and represents the FAA at national policy forums. Researches and prepares actions to eliminate or control health hazards through new technology, improved procedures, and/or administrative controls. Reviews contractor technical reports/lab results, analyzes the data and determines the validity of findings and recommendations. Incumbent is the Eastern Service Area' s staff industrial hygienist to advise field managers on health risks, and proper responses to identified hazards. Conducts industrial hygiene sampling using; photoionization detectors, gas detectors, air sampling pumps, dust monitoring equipment, ionizing and non-ionizing radiation monitors, and other state of the art monitoring equipment. Directs and manages all health and industrial hygiene program objectives and goals for the Eastern Service Area. Provides consultation services to other Occupational Safety and Health specialists, Requirements specialists, and engineers. Develops and delivers training on asbestos operations and maintenance and other industrial hygiene related topics. Advises, prepares and presents key health and industrial hygiene initiatives to the Eastern Service Area Directors and senior management officials.

    Travel Required

    25% or less - The job may require up to 25% travel.

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  • Job family (Series)

    0690 Industrial Hygiene

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