Support the occupational safety and health (OSH) technical and program management functions for federal clients and develop and deliver formal OSH training coursework. Conduct industrial hygiene monitoring for physical, radiological, chemical, and biological hazards in a laboratory and field environment and assist with the preparation of reports and metrics, including training records, medical surveillance, occupational illness and injuries, and semi-annual audit reports. Coordinate annual chemical fume hood and biosafety cabinet certification and repair of dysfunctional units and assist with managing the facilitys chemical inventory system, including generating reports, performing chemical inventory updates, managing user access, and training. Conduct research of regulations, consensus standards, and other literature to inform the development and annual update of OSH programs. Perform ergonomic assessments in lab and office spaces, provide sound recommendations to mitigate workplace injuries, perform indoor air quality investigations upon request, and assist with personal protective equipment (PPE) assessments, job hazard analyses (JHA), and engineering control assessments. Assist with conducting semi-annual facility safety audits and aid staff to implement corrective actions and investigate safety and health issues, including accidents and near-misses, and follow-up with relevant parties for resolution. Provide back-up support to a radiation safety program, including package check-in, quarterly surveys, and records management and support to an environmental compliance program, including waste area inspections, fuel storage area inspections, and reporting.