Cardno ChemRisk has a global reputation for project excellence and innovation. Our expertise spans a variety of topics and focus areas, and our scientists are adept at handling virtually any project or issue.
We offer scientific consulting services, using state-of-the-art risk assessment methods to characterize the potential exposures and health effects of antimicrobial agents.
Our team of scientists have spent decades researching and publishing on asbestos-related topics.
Our team has extensive experience in applying the principles of human health risk assessment to complex issues related to a variety of different microorganisms, including bacteria, viruses, yeasts, molds and other microbial components such as mycotoxins, endotoxins, and glucans.
We provide a winning combination of the highest quality technical expertise coupled with the necessary experience to achieve project outcomes to meet your epidemiology and community health assessment needs.
Our scientists have extensive experience evaluating the safety of a wide range of consumer products, ranging from toiletries, latex gloves, personal care and cosmetic products, jewelry, children’s toys, household cleaners, flame retardants, and fabric treatments.
Our professionals utilize state-of-the-art toxicology, industrial hygiene, public health, and risk assessment approaches to complete routine evaluations at energy facilities, as well as projects or evaluations that are highly customized and unique to sites.
Our scientists have experience providing consumer protection solutions for food and beverage products throughout the supply chain. We have evaluated exposures in occupational settings and in the general public, as well as among vulnerable populations, such as children and infants, the elderly, and those with compromised immune systems.
We support clients by developing tailored infection control best practices, conducting internal risk assessments, communicating critical health- and risk-related information to employees via educational materials or interactive sessions, and evaluating clients’ ongoing COVID-19 management and response efforts.
Our scientists utilize state-of-the-art toxicology and risk assessment approaches to complete routine or complex medical device product evaluations.
Our scientists have a wide diversity of project experience in the general topics of polymer and particulate science, in addition to direct microplastics experience.
We specialize in assessing and mitigating the potential human health and environmental risks of nanomaterials and nano-enabled products throughout their life cycle.
We take an integrated, multi-disciplinary, and collaborative approach to evaluating nonclinical, clinical, and behavioral research and the associated public health impacts of nicotine products.
We are well-positioned to support government agencies, private companies, and NGOs in assessing noise exposure in both the workplace and general environment.
Our team of scientists are well equipped to understand the use and effectiveness of various pesticides and herbicides, as well as the potentially associated health effects.
Our scientists have over 15 years of experience understanding hazard and exposure associated with perfluoroalkyl substances, or PFASs.
Our team of scientists offers expertise to pharmaceutical manufacturers by addressing questions concerning human health risk, labeling, and regulatory aspects of product and occupational safety.
Our team of scientists are here to help you tackle your stewardship and sustainability needs.
Our exposure scientists and toxicologists are experienced in performing comprehensive Prop 65 exposure and risk assessments for a range of products and exposure scenarios.
Our team has been closely monitoring the state of REACH implementation, and has provided active assistance to companies seeking to address the REACH issues that will have a major impact on their business.
Our scientists have conducted research, systemic reviews and data analyses to support regulatory standards, compliance and risk management.
Our scientists are skilled in human health risk assessment and fate and transport modeling methods that we use to characterize and communicate human health risks from a wide variety of sites.
Our team has conducted hundreds of retrospective exposure assessments, dose reconstructions, and human health risk assessments to quantify and evaluate potential consumer and occupational exposures to talc-containing products under multiple-use scenarios.
Our team has extensive experience with new and existing chemical review under TSCA, including assessing compliance for new chemicals, conducting independent risk evaluations, and critiquing all aspects of EPA risk evaluations and risk management plans for existing chemicals.