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Bryan Seal

Bryan Seal

Bryan Seal, M.S., C.I.H., C.S.P., CHMM, REHS currently serves as a health consultant and supervising industrial hygienist.

Mr. Seal began his career in the Environmental Health and Safety Department while attending Penn State University. After completing his Bachelor of Science in Environmental Resource Management degree, he was commissioned back into the Navy as an industrial hygiene officer. During his time on active duty, he conducted hundreds of hazard assessments, as well as setup and managed safety and health programs for numerous squadrons, ships, and bases. He was stationed at Naval Medical Center Oakland, Keflavik Iceland NATO facility, and aboard the USS Enterprise (CVN-65). In 2004, he was recalled to active duty to train junior industrial and environmental health officers to conduct hazard assessments in both Iraq and Afghanistan. During his mobilization, he was head of Fleet Support, where he was responsible for all technical aspects of industrial hygiene, safety, environment health, and food service sanitation for the entire San Diego Region’s Navy and Marine Sealift Command vessels along with Fleet Marine commands.

From 2005 until recently, Mr. Seal worked with Federal OSHA as the assistant area director in Syracuse, N.Y., area director in Harrisburg, Pa., and most recently at the OSHA National Office in Washington, D.C., as a supervising senior industrial hygienist in both the Directorate of Standards and Guidance and Directorate of Enforcement Programs. In D.C., he was the subject matter expert on noise, hearing conservation, heat stress, and indoor air quality.

Mr. Seal has a Master of Science in Environment Health degree from Penn State. He holds national certifications as a certified industrial hygienist, certified safety professional, certified hazardous materials manager, and registered environmental health specialist. He has authored several articles on indoor air quality, noise control, and heat stress. He routinely speaks on hazard assessment methodology and cost effective hazard control measures. He is the past president of the Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Industrial Hygiene Association and Central Pennsylvania Safety Association. Lastly, Mr. Seal is a member of the national committees on Exposure Assessment Strategies, Noise Control, and the Council for Indoor Air Quality.