Dr Dickerson in BRISTOL
Nuisance from dust, odour & noise • Environmental permitting under IPPC, appeals & statutory notices • Planning & pollution control • Technological pollution controls, including determination of BPM, BPEO & BAT • Atmospheric emissions monitoring & air quality modelling • Environmental management systems & audits • Experienced in wide range of industrial processes, commercial, educational & residential development
Dr Broomfield in WARRINGTON
Air quality, odour & health impacts specialist with BA chemistry from the University of Cambridge & PhD atmospheric chemistry • Over 25 years' experience as an industry specialist at ICI & in consultancy • Mark has appeared as an expert witness on 35 occasions up to October 2017 on issues including odour & air quality impact assessment; environmental & health effects of waste management; perception of health risks; road traffic emissions; & effects of air pollution on natural habitats
Professor Ball in NORWICH
Risk assessment, examinations, evaluations & reports • Public safety • Occupational safety • Environmental contamination • Risk management policy • Safety policy • Water slide safety • Playground safety • Leisure & sport safety • Consumer safety • Transport safety • Accidents • Child safety • Legal requirements for safety
Mr Horrocks in ST ALBANS
All forms of environmental health work undertaken, including: • Environmental protection, including air pollution control • Environmental, community & occupational noise assessment & control • Investigation & resolution of statutory nuisances • Environmental assessments of new development proposals under Town & Country Planning Acts • Food poisoning investigations • Food safety audits • Food hygiene training • Housing disrepair & fitness assessments • Health & safety risk assessment & accident investigations ...
Mr Watson in FAREHAM
I am an expert, with 40 years' professional experience, in the identification, evaluation and advising on the control of physical, chemical and biological health risks and compliance with the relevant laws. My reports are accurate, brief, clear and directed at meeting the needs of the Courts. ...
Mr Griggs in WORTHING
Holder of the Cardiff University and Bond Solon Civil Expert Certificate and with over 20 years' direct asbestos industry experience managing the risk of asbestos in buildings and brownfield sites, Matthew offers expert witness and opinion on all asbestos regulatory compliance, remediation and management, including: • Remedial disputes and removal standards • Survey quality and practice • Analytical quality and practice • Occupational exposure • Compliance • Testing
Ms Tierney in HAREFIELD
Asbestos • Provision of CPR Part 35-compliant reports on: • Adequacy of asbestos surveys (compliance with HSG 264, 227) • Adequacy of asbestos removal contracts (compliance with CAR 2012, HSG 247, 248) • Compliance with the 'duty to manage' (CAR Reg 4) • Asbestos land contamination • Assessment of exposure for asbestos-related disease claims
Dr Buck in UTTOXETER
Chimney stack emissions & dispersion • Air pollution: dispersion & effects • Occupational hygiene & safety • Toxicology of industrial & environmental chemicals • Biological & chemical aspects of forensic science • Water pollution & its effects • Analytical chemistry • Odour assessment & control • Alcohol & drink driving • Environmental & occupational noise
Mr Hodgkiss in NORWICH
Expert advice can be given in all aspects of asbestos in the field of occupational hygiene, including historic exposure assessment, rent arbitrations or litigations resulting from irreversible damage to belongings & /or property
Dr Gibson in DIDCOT
Odour & air quality expert • PhD chemical engineering with 25 years' experience • Expertise in design, operation, performance, enhancement & Best Available Technology (BAT) assessment of abatement techniques • Expert in measurement of odour & air pollutants & impact assessment using screening & modelling • Acted as expert witness for authorities, regulators & in private nuisance claims on numerous sensitive odour & air quality cases & planning appeals & has acted as joint expert
Mr Asker-Browne in TOTLAND
The effect of work upon health • Management of occupational health programmes • Health & safety policies • Ventilation for control of contaminants • Control of substances hazardous to health • Health effects of the indoor environment • Stack emissions & their measurement
Mr Stelling in CHESTERFIELD
Occupational hygiene • Asbestos • Solvents • Dusts • Metals • Fumes • Airborne contaminants • Occupational exposure • Mesothelioma • Respiratory lung diseases • Dermatitis
Mrs Martin in BIRMINGHAM
Asbestos exposure & illness: asbestosis, mesothelioma, lung cancer & pleural disease claims, property contamination • Occupational noise exposure (NIHL) in all industries • Occupational health - respiratory, dermal & cancer claims, e.g. dust, metals, silica, solvents, gases, lead, temperature & light • RSI/workplace injury • Musculoskeletal, PPE issues & accidents • Microbiology: mould & bacteria, Aspergillus spp • Water quality/source for injury, health (e.g. Legionellosis) & property • Land ...
Dr Bond in LONDON
As Associate Sustainability Consultant for Hilson Moran, Paul is competent to accept instructions in: • Nuisance from odour, dust & other amenity impacts relating to waste management, composting & industrial facilities • Air quality & odour monitoring & modelling • Flood risk & surface water management issues • Paul is experienced in finding environmental solutions to achieve planning permission for developments in some of the most challenging of urban environments
Dr Jones in EDINBURGH
Alan Jones has been involved in several aspects of work to do with asbestos fibres. He has recently led an IOM team in drafting a practical guide on best practice to minimise risks of asbestos exposure for the European Commission. The guide is available in 20 languages from the EC: http://ec.europa.eu/employment_social/health_safety/ asbestos_en.htm. ...
Dr Hughson in CHESTERFIELD
Matters relating to exposure to hazardous substance including, but not restricted to, asbestos, isocyanates, epoxy resins, metal & wood dusts, hydrocarbons, fumes, etc. • In addition, this would include retrospective exposure assessment, exposure modelling, legal duties of employers & employees, & evaluation of the efficacy of working practices & control measures such as ventilation, enclosures, protective clothing & other equipment