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New Certified Industrial Hygienists at Cardno ChemRisk

Two Cardno ChemRisk scientists recently passed the exam to become a Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) - Jason Lotter in October 2016 and Rachel Zisook in May 2017. They join a team of 10 other CIHs in our firm. For more information, please contact Will Cyrs at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or (415) 618-3217.
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Dr. Anders Abelmann is a Supervising Health Scientist and Practice Area Lead for Industrial Hygiene and Exposure Science with Cardno ChemRisk. His principal areas of training and expertise include industrial hygiene, exposure and risk assessment, and occupational safety. He has been involved in researching, measuring and reconstructing exposure, and assessing risk to consumers and workers exposed to a variety of chemicals such as carbon monoxide, ethylene oxide, propylene oxide, toluene, styrene, formaldehyde, asbestos, and diacetyl.  Dr. Abelmann completed his doctorate in Public Health Science, with emphases in industrial hygiene and occupational safety, at the University of Illinois at Chicago. For his doctoral dissertation, he designed, executed, and evaluated a series of welding fume exposure experiments under laboratory-controlled conditions. A fractional factorial experimental design was used to evaluate process, environmental and physiological variables’ impacts on breathing zone concentrations. His master’s thesis research involved a life-cycle assessment of vegetable proteins, during which he evaluated the environmental impact associated with various protein substitutes in food products.