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Certified Industrial Hygienist–CIH

Industrial hygienists protect the health and safety of people in the workplace and the community. Industrial hygiene is concerned with identifying and controlling potential chemical, physical, and biological workplace hazards.

Certified Industrial Hygienist

Certified Industrial Hygienist



Certified Industrial Hygienist Duties:

-Surveying work areas to identify hazards (such as toxic agents, ventilation problems, and noise)
-Making recommendations on improving the safety of workers and the surrounding community
-Training personnel to recognize hazards and to take appropriate safety measures when working under potentially hazardous conditions
-Choosing the appropriate personal protective equipment
-Training and educating the community about job-related risks

Working Conditions

Some jobs require Industrial Hygienists to work in an environment that involves exposure to unpleasant and noxious fumes and orders. Some jobs require Industrial Hygienists to some risk of sustaining illness and injury from the use of chemicals, high-pressure laboratory systems, biological materials, and exposure to disease, radiation, and toxic chemicals.

Industrial Hygienist Education

Possession of a bachelor’s degree in the physical or biological sciences or engineering, with 30 credits in any combination of biology, chemistry, environmental health, health physics, industrial hygiene, physiology, or toxicology.

Industrial Hygienists Salary Range: $41,204 – $100,542, depending on qualifications.

Industrial Hygienist Salary by Years Experience

Less than 1 year: $35,000 – $57,327
1-4 years: $36,775 – $72,088
5-9 years: $45,138 – $78,655
10-19 years: $53,118 – $108,316
20 years or more: $56,588 – $116,702

Industrial Hygienist Salary by State or Province

California: $42,679 – $106,985
Texas: $40,396 – $102,439
Washington: $54,854 – $109,694
New York: $42,412 – $104,469
Georgia: $39,156 – $104,877
Colorado: $40,851 – $92,978
Pennsylvania: $36,766 – $102,226

Industrial Hygienist Salary by Degree

Bachelor’s Degree: $40,857 – $82,695
Master of Science (MS), Occupational Health and Safety: $36,844 – $92,738
Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc), Occupational Health and Safety: $43,790 – $66,814
Master of Science (MS), Industrial Hygiene: $41,217 – $109,848
Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc), Biology: $35,234 – $92,978
Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc), Environmental Science: $44,649 – $65,000
Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc), Chemistry: $57,990 – $92,859
Master of Public Health (MPH), Occupational Health and Safety: $64,858 – $96,000
Master of Science (MS), Environmental Health: $48,258 – $108,042

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