Healthier Workplaces, A Healthier World

7 Steps to Improve Your Industrial Hygiene Program

Wednesday, October 6, 2021 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: AIHA
By: Dave Risi, CIH, CSP, Solutions Executive for the Health and Control of Work Solution, VelocityEHS

There’s a growing trend of companies downsizing or eliminating their in-house IH professionals and relying on EHS generalists and third-party consultants to manage their IH programs. Even with a formal technical background in IH, managing an IH program can be intimidating — but it doesn’t have to be. Whether you’re a veteran CIH or new to the field, there’s a simple but comprehensive approach you can use to help you do industrial hygiene right. What’s best, it only requires seven steps.

Learning Objectives

  1. Establish and maintain IH program elements, and implement strategies for reducing the time and effort required to manage worker health and compliance.
  2. Adopt an integrated approach to IH program management.
  3. Drive continuous improvement of IH program performance. 


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Dave Risi, CIH, CSP
Dave Risi, CIH, CSP

Solutions Executive for the Health and Control of Work Solution, VelocityEHS

Dave Risi, CIH, CSP, is the Principal Solutions Strategist of Industrial Hygiene for VelocityEHS. He is a board-certified industrial hygienist and safety professional, with over 30 years of EHS experience. Dave started his career as a senior industrial hygienist for Exxon before moving to Oracle to help build their EHS application.

In 2001, Dave acquired the application and formed Spiramid to bring it to the broader marketplace, expanding its use to over 60 countries. In 2019, VelocityEHS acquired Spiramid and brought Dave in to oversee the industrial hygiene solution.

Dave has a bachelors in Occupational Safety & Health from Ferris State University and a master’s in Industrial Hygiene from UCLA.   


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