Brannon Roach serves as an environmental scientist for the firm. Brannon holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science from Alma College (Alma, Michigan). His work focuses on contaminant investigation and remediation projects along with aiding on environmental due diligence projects. His responsibilities include coordinating field work, communicating with subcontractors, completing subsurface investigations, overseeing remediation work, and preparing technical reports. Brannon has a thorough understanding of Part 201 (Environmental Remediation) and Part 213 (Leaking Underground Storage Tanks) regulations, which allows him to evaluate sites and determine effective and economical solutions to environmental situations that arise from our client’s operations.
Hazard exposure monitoring is the process of measuring the frequency, magnitude, and duration of potential exposure to a known hazard to human life. Examples of potential workplace hazards include nuisance dust, various types of fuels, solvents, noise, radiation, and various biological hazards. Exposure monitoring is a prime assessment to determine the types of engineering controls required to reduce or remove the hazard to acceptable levels to promote and healthy and safe work environment.
Triterra performs exposure monitoring after consulting with the client to identify each potential exposure hazard that may exist. Triterra will work to identify, evaluate, anticipate, and reduce workplace exposure hazards through exposure monitoring.
If you’re concerned about potential workplace hazards, please consult with Triterra to develop a detailed work plan for hazard exposure monitoring.