Thomas Rudolph

Consultant / CIH, CSSP / San Francisco/Concord


Mr. Rudolph graduated from Marquette University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology, and also graduated from Michigan State University and the University of Michigan with a Master of Science degrees in Genetics and Industrial Hygiene.  He is a Certified Safety Professional and a Certified Industrial Hygienist, and has 39 years of experience in the evaluation and control of chemical, biological, and physical environmental and workplace hazards. He has conducted evaluations of chemical toxicity, workplace accident and environmental exposure assessments, and exposure risk assessments involving indoor air quality, moisture intrusion and mold, chemical releases/spills, semiconductor product safety, and smoke/soot contamination. 

Mr. Rudolph has experience as safety manager for corporations such as Monsanto, Westinghouse, and Bechtel and as such enables him to provide expertise regarding employer / employee and multi-employer worksite standard of care. Investigations include but are not limited to fall protection, ladders, machine guarding, working/walking surfaces, ADA, premise liability, confined spaces, control of hazardous energy (i.e., lockout/tagout), flammable/explosive materials, protective equipment, regulatory requirements, and employer/employee standard of care on single-employer and multi-employer worksites.