Health and Safety Consulting for the Built Environment
Risks to human health and safety are all around us: in the air we breathe and in the water we drink…in our factories and offices…even in our schools. With the assistance of Rose Environmental, most safety risks can be identified, monitored and controlled. Others—like episodic environmental catastrophes—will be managed with speed, mobility and sound science. To keep your company strong and healthy, Rose Environmental’s industrial hygienists will help you develop and manage a proactive and forward-thinking approach to employee health and safety issues. To remedy past problems or deal effectively with current situations, Rose Environmental offers the kind of innovative problem solving that comes from more that 15 years of experience and unquestioned industry leadership in safety and health. Improved employee relations, increased productivity and a safer, happier workforce: these are the rewards of effective environmental health and safety programs. Trust Rose Environmental to help you achieve them.
Indoor Environmental Quality
When it comes to independent thinking, creative solutions, and risk control, Rose Environmental prides itself as a leader in IEQ.
Navigating the confusing terrain of alarming news reports and controversial published literature, Rose Environmental has continued to successfully provide a calm and even-minded resolution to anxious questions regarding the health effects, measurement, and control of chemical and biological contamination found in the buildings we occupy.
Minimizing Losses Due to Water Damage
Most businesses know how to respond to floods and waterdamage: stop the leak, mop up the liquids, dry out thespace – usually in ways which minimize costs. Unfortunately, few realize the critical nature of timing and material susceptibility to microbiological growth – especially during a catastrophic water loss.
Rose Environmental is a leading water damage and indoor air quality consultant with a track record of successful water damage mitigation, from localized leaks to major catastrophes.
Consultants from Rose Environmental provided expertise and drying management during flooding from Hurricane Katrina in 2005, Hurricanes Charley, Ivan, and Jeanne in 2004, and the Nisqually Earthquake in 2001.
Rose Environmental also consults with owners and general contractors to help them avoid construction-related water damage. Such projects have included luxury downtown condominiums, major commercial office buildings, warehouse facilities, and institutional settings.
Rose Environmental professionals are trained and participate in the formation and review of national standards and guidelines related to the mitigation of water damage, including those of the Institute of Cleaning, Inspection, and Restoration Certification (IICRC), the Restoration Industry Association (RIA), American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM) International, the Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA), the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA), EPA, and FEMA.