David Watts, MSPH, CIH
Senior Industrial Hygienist
Mr. Watts has 20 years of experience in the fields of industrial hygiene health and safety. Serving as Vice President of Operations, Mr. Watts oversees the day-to-day activities of all Industrial Hygiene, Environmental and Emergency Response Services. He brings real-world experience to the consulting industry as a former chemical manufacturing facility industrial hygienist. In that capacity, he managed emergency response issues, conducted air and noise monitoring and process safety audits, coordinated chemical hazard assessment tracking, and served as a corporate member of health and safety program development.
As a consultant, Mr. Watts has served as a Senior Project Manager for several national accounts and supported the needs of clients in both the public and private sectors. He has helped clients address comprehensive industrial health and safety issues related to indoor air quality, OSHA compliance, and process safety. His duties have also included serving as a liaison to regulatory bodies, such as US EPA, federal and state OSHA and state Department of Public Health and Labor; as well as a public relations spokesperson. In response to a diverse number of hurricane-related losses, Mr. Watts served as a Senior Project Manager for Disaster Response Teams throughout the southeastern United States and Caribbean. During the 2010 BP oil spill, Mr. Watts served as a key member of CTEH’s Industrial Hygiene Strike Team and serviced all four affected states providing technical consultation regarding onshore and offshore worker exposures during all response activities. Mr. Watts also has served as a state lead for Occupational Hygiene services in Alabama and Florida for the Gulf Coast Restoration Organization (GCRO) during all of BP’s patrolling and maintenance responsibilities as a result of the oil spill.
M.S.P.H, Public Health & Industrial Hygiene, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL
B.S., Business Administration/Operation Management, Auburn University, Auburn, AL
- American Industrial Hygiene Association
- American IAQ Council
- Indoor Air Quality Association
- Mobile Claims Association
- American Society of Safety Engineers
- American Board of Industrial Hygiene