Bill Beadie, CIH

Principal Industrial Hygienist

Mr. Beadie has over 20 years of experience in health and safety consulting, with expertise in program development, chemical exposure assessment, risk assessment, indoor air quality investigation, occupational noise evaluation, remediation design and oversight, ergonomic assessment, thermal stress evaluation, lighting surveys, and training. He has experience developing process safety management plans and risk management plans consistent…

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Who is Bill Beadie, CIH?

Mr. Beadie has over 20 years of experience in health and safety consulting, with expertise in program development, chemical exposure assessment, risk assessment, indoor air quality investigation, occupational noise evaluation, remediation design and oversight, ergonomic assessment, thermal stress evaluation, lighting surveys, and training. He has experience developing process safety management plans and risk management plans consistent with Occupational Safety and Health Administration and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency requirements for facilities with large quantities of highly hazardous chemicals. Mr. Beadie has helped clients develop other safety and health programs, such as respiratory protection, confined space entry, lockout/tagout, emergency response, fall protection, hazard communication, lead compliance, and bloodborne pathogen programs. He also has experience working with clients to resolve citations issued by regulatory agencies such as OSHA and USEPA. Mr. Beadie’s industrial hygiene experience is an integral component of the overall risk assessment services provided by MFA.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry/Philosophy, Bates College

 

Certifications

Certified Industrial Hygienist No. 9031 CP
HAZOP and PHA Techniques for Process Safety/Risk Management
AHERA Asbestos Supervisor Training
NIOSH 582(E) Asbestos Certification

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