Healthier Workplaces, A Healthier World

Reentry Planning: Healthy Buildings

Thursday, April 29, 2021 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: AIHA
By: Ronald McMahan, Director, Business & Solution Development, SGS Galson

As building occupation rates increase, everyone concerned wants to occupy a “healthy building.” Accomplishing this requires combining accepted industrial hygiene practices that reduce hazardous exposures and using advanced technology in the laboratories and the field. This webinar explains and demonstrates this combination of IH process with available innovative technology.


Learning objective:
To understand how combining industrial hygiene practices with innovative technical solutions are key to reoccupying “healthy buildings,” considering the challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic.


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Ronald McMahan
Ronald McMahan

Director, Business & Solution Development, SGS Galson

Ron McMahan has been at the forefront of applying burgeoning technology to real-time applications for over 30 years. Ron leads the marketing and business development team at SGS EHS USA as Director, Business and Solution Development. He works with staff and clients developing innovative ways to make sampling simpler. These extend to developing new instrument concepts to automated processes that benefit clients, including leading the innovation team on the SGS Galson’s revolutionary monitoring and media management systems. Trained as an industrial engineer, Ron has spent his career in management, marketing, business strategy and innovation development roles for environmental, transportation, and safety products and services concerns. This includes leading development teams for numerous unmanned system controllers and instrumentation design, applications and training involving measuring health and safety-oriented air parameters and regulatory requirements. Over his 30 years of experience, he spent 20 of those years directly measuring air parameters for the purpose of health and safety. In conjunction, he has performed over 800 environmental assessments, served as an expert witness for over 35 depositions on Indoor and Outdoor Environmental and Water Damage Assessments with three (3) court appearances, and named as an environmental expert in over 400 cases.


  • Galson Laboratories, Inc.