Kenneth Bickerton, CIH, CSP, COHC

Vice President, Industrial Hygiene and Safety

Ken Bickerton, Principal Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH), has more than 30 years of experience in Industrial Hygiene, Environmental, Health and Safety. He supervises and provides guidance regarding industrial hygiene, indoor air quality, construction safety, health, safety and environmental training projects for all of our clients. Most notably, Mr. Bickerton is known as a Diacetyl expert within the Flavor and Fragrance industries and has assisted in Diacetyl related litigation. He is an OSHA certified trainer for the 10-Hour and 30-Hour OSHA Construction Safety class and teaches other various OSHA health and safety training courses.

Mr. Bickerton is also certified as a Certified Safety Professional (CSP). He received his Bachelor Degree in Chemistry from Rutgers University. Mr. Bickerton is active with the New Jersey Chapter of the American Industrial Hygiene Association and the New Jersey/Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Safety Society. He is also an active member of the New Jersey State Industrial Safety Committee. Mr. Bickerton has presented various technical industrial hygiene, indoor air quality and safety presentations. Most recent include “Indoor Air Quality” presented for the New Jersey American Industrial Hygiene Association, CIH Summer Review Course, July 2012 “Hot Works – Understanding Physical and Health Hazards” presented at the New Jersey State Industrial Safety Committee, Spring 2012 Professional Development Conference, April 2012.