||Christopher M. Thompson, MS, CIH
Position: Industrial Hygienist
Phone: (513) 579-9899 ext: 113
Fax: (513) 579-9954
M.S., Chemistry, University of Cincinnati, 2008
B.S., Chemistry, Thomas More College, 2006
Mr. Thompson is certified by the Ohio Department of Health as an Asbestos Hazard Evaluation Specialist and by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management as an Asbestos Inspector. He has received training by the American Society for Testing and Materials to conduct Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments for Commercial Real Estate.
Mr. Thompson has over 7 years of environmental and industrial hygiene experience. His experience with UAI includes hazard recognition and assessments, indoor air quality investigations, noise dosimetry, program evaluation and development, product stewardship and environmental due diligence. Mr. Thompson has performed chemical and physical hazard assessments in agricultural, automotive, beverage, chemical manufacturing, coatings manufacturing, construction, flavor compounding, mining, metal fabrication, paper, rubber product, solid surfacing product, steel, textile manufacturing, and utility facilities. These assessments resulted in the development of sampling strategies to aid corporate clients with their OSHA compliance efforts. Sampling included lead, arsenic, manganese, diacetyl, formaldehyde, isocyanates, phenol, trimethylbenzene, toluene, and silica. Additionally, Mr. Thompson has conducted indoor air quality investigations involving asbestos, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulfide, mold, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) at a number of industrial and commercial locations. He has also assisted in the evaluation and development of written EPA and OSHA compliance programs, including chemical hygiene, respiratory protection, and hearing conservation.
Prior to joining UAI, Mr. Thompson had teaching experience, as well as environmental and public health experience. He taught undergraduate chemistry courses at the University of Cincinnati and performed laboratory analyses at the Northern Kentucky Sanitation District.