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Did you know that Dade Moeller specializes in safety and industrial hygiene?

We help safeguard some of the most complex workplaces in the world.

Our Certified Industrial Hygienists (CIHs) and industrial hygiene (IH) technicians perform sampling and field analysis, including air, bulk, surface, and direct reading instrument sampling using OSHA, NIOSH, and EPA sampling methodologies. Our expertise includes:

  • Beryllium
  • Asbestos/Lead
  • Radon
  • Rigging and scaffolding
  • Confined space entries
  • Personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • . . . and much more! Just ask us if we have the expertise you need!

Contact our business development team to discuss your company’s industrial hygiene needs, or to sign up for our new IH mailing list, or our new Safety & Health mailing list specifically for those in the states of Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. We are at Or visit our website at to learn more.

About Dade Moeller

For 20 years, Dade Moeller has provided comprehensive occupational and environmental safety services to a diverse range of energy, chemical, natural resource, manufacturing, transportation, medical, and government clients, across the United States and internationally. To learn more about our industrial hygiene-related services, please visit our website or give us a call at 1-509-946-0410.

Safety & Health Matters: Spring 2015

Safety and Health Matters: Washington, Oregon, IdahoThis is a new Dade Moeller publication focused on Safety & Health issues relevant to Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. If you would like to receive this publication directly in your inbox, please contact us at and let us know that you’d like to be added to our Safety & Health mailing list. Thanks!

Back to Basics

Employers have certain responsibilities under federal or state requirements to provide a workplace free from recognized hazards. But how do they know or prove this is done? A safety hazards analysis conducted by a professional is a great way to start, but the following should also be in place through policies, programs, or procedures:

  • Keeping employees from entering or being in any workplace that is not safe;
  • Constructing a safe workplace;
  • Prohibiting alcohol and narcotics from the workplace;
  • Prohibiting employees from using tools and equipment that are not safe;
  • Establishing, supervising, and enforcing rules that lead to a safe and healthy work environment;
  • Controlling chemical agents (including pesticides); and
  • Protecting employees from biological agents (e.g., spiders, snakes, etc.).

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WSU Students Get a Behind-the-Scenes Look at Science in the Real-World Workplace

Dade Moeller participated in Washington State University Tri-Cities' first annual Science Industry Day with hands-on labs on Radiation Protection and Industrial Hygiene.

Rob Winslow (L) works with WSU Tri-Cities students as they perform radiation surveys of Fiestaware plates.

It’s one thing to listen to a science lecture in a university classroom, wondering what your future degree will mean in terms of a career . . . but it’s another story to actually visit a local science-based company, meet the scientists, learn about their day-to-day jobs, and get hands-on experience with their high-tech tools.

It was for this reason that we were so excited to host a small — but mighty — group of science students from Washington State University Tri-Cities on March 16 as part of the university’s first annual Science Industry Tour!

WSU Tri-Cities’ Science Industry Tour is a one-day “behind the scenes” tour of local science-based businesses. It is an opportunity for students to be exposed to real workplace environments and get a glimpse of careers in their major.

(And, of very important note is that these students gave up their Monday of Spring Break to participate in the tour! We certainly admire their dedication!!!)

To make sure each student had some “hands-on” opportunities, as well as the chance to ask questions of our technical experts, we set up two hands-on labs in our conference rooms. One was focused on Industrial Hygiene, while the other covered Radiation Protection.

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AIHce 2014, for a Safer Tomorrow

Dade Moeller Certified Industrial Hygienists at AIHce 2014

Steve Bump, Judson Kenoyer, and Ray Johnson represent Dade Moeller's industrial hygiene services at AIHce 2014

We had a great week in San Antonio at AIHce 2014 — a conference for those in the industrial hygiene and environment, safety, and health industry.

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Employee Profile: Ellen Messer Wright

The family of Dade Moeller employee Ellen Messer Wright, Manager of the company's Environment, Safety, Health, and Quality (ESH&Q) Division.

Ellen with her husband, Glenn, and her sons.

Meet Ellen Messer Wright, the Manager of our Environment, Safety, Health, and Quality (ESH&Q) Division. Ellen works at our Richland, Washington, headquarters office and has been with Dade Moeller for 14 years now, as of this month!

Tell us a little about your life before coming to Dade Moeller.

I grew up in Albuquerque, New Mexico, then moved to Richland, Washington, in 1990. I worked out at the Department of Energy (DOE) Hanford Site for about 8 years and finished my Master’s Thesis Project at Battelle Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.

What do you think is unique about Dade Moeller?

The incredibly talented and amazing people, the professional atmosphere, and how the company values its employees.

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Industrial Hygiene and Industrial Safety Services from Dade Moeller

Dade Moeller has been an industry leader in industrial hygiene services throughout the nuclear industry since 2004, and in both government and commercial sectors we have spent the last decade developing the best in industrial safety services.

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Introducing Our New Health Care Subsidiary: Dade Moeller Health Group, LLC!

Dade Moeller established its new subsidiary Dade Moeller Health Group, LLC, to support the company's diversification into the health care industry.

The new subsidiary, Dade Moeller Health Group, supports the company's growth and diversification within the health care industry. Dade Moeller's customers have already included cancer centers, pharmaceutical companies, Veterans Administration medical centers, hospitals, health care management companies, and medical equipment suppliers.

We are very happy to announce the establishment of our new subsidiary, Dade Moeller Health Group, LLC!

The new subsidiary supports our ongoing growth and diversification within the health care industry. We currently provide a variety of services across the industry, including medical physics, radiation safety training, radiation dosimetry, industrial hygiene, and laboratory support.

Download the Dade Moeller Health Group flyer here!

Our customers have included medical clinics; cancer centers such as Missouri Cancer Associates; pharmaceutical companies such as Eli Lilly, Inc., Genentech, Inc., and MedImmune, LLC; Veterans Administration medical centers; hospitals such as Georgetown University Hospital; health care management companies like Kaiser Permanente; and medical equipment suppliers such as Siemens Medical Solutions, Olympus Corporation of the Americas, and Stryker Corporation.

Dade Moeller Health Group, LLC“The establishment of Dade Moeller Health Group is an important milestone in our business growth strategy. Over the past several years, we have taken calculated steps to extend our radiation protection, occupational safety, and quality assurance expertise to the use of radiation and radioactive materials in the health care industry. Through Dade Moeller Health Group, we look forward to offering our services to new customers across the country, and continuing our mission by ensuring the safety of patients and healthcare workers.”

– Matt Moeller, CEO

Our Dade Moeller Training Academy also offers courses to those responsible for the use of radiation and radioactive materials in a medical environment, including the Medical Radiation Safety Officer course, accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Physics Education Programs (CAMPEP) and the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). We also are a corporate affiliate of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) and a corporate member of the American Association of Medical Dosimetrists (AAMD).

“The Dade Moeller consulting physicists go above and beyond, proactively ensuring that our facility meets the American College of Radiology (ACR) safe practice standards. Their expertise and professionalism are top-notch, and we recommend them highly to others.”

– Iris Ouyang, Chief Physicist & Radiation Safety Officer, Missouri Cancer Associates

Headquartered in Richland, Wash., Dade Moeller provides professional and technical services to commercial and government customers in support of environmental, nuclear, radiological, and worker safety operations. The company employs more than 200 professionals and scientists at 7 locations in the United States.

SLIDES: Factors Influencing Your Radiation Detection Readings

Below are the slides from Judson Kenoyer’s presentation at the conference of the Tennessee Valley Section of the American Industrial Hygiene Association (TVS-AIHA) on October 18, 2012. The title of his presentation is “Factors Influencing Your Radiation Detection Readings.”

The conference was held October 17-19 at the Fox Den Country Club in Knoxville, Tennessee. In addition to Judson’s presentation, Dade Moeller had an information booth at the conference.

You can see pictures of the presentation and our booth on our Facebook page HERE.

Judson Kenoyer is a Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) and a Certified Health Physicist (CHP) who has worked in the Industrial Hygiene and Health Physics fields for over 35 years. His experience emphasizes line, project, and program management; operational industrial hygiene and health physics; radiation protection and instrumentation calibration and performance testing; occupational safety; and emergency preparedness. He also has provided training in all of these areas to a variety of clients and is the Manager of our Dade Moeller Training Academy. Brought up in Southern California, Judson lived near the U.S. Department of Energy Hanford nuclear site in Washington State for 25 years and now lives and works in the Oak Ridge, Tennessee, area.

It’s All About the STEM!

Industrial hygiene and occupational safety experts Mike Oswald and Sam Engelhard lead a workshop at Washington State University as part of STEM Con 2012

Mike Oswald (L) and Sam Engelhard (R) give 10 Delta High School students a hands-on look at the real world of industrial hygiene during their 2-hour workshop, "Got Safety?" this morning at Washington State University Tri-Cities. Mike is holding the Scott AV 3000 mask; Sam is showing a HEPA filter cartridge and holding an MSA Ultra-Elite.

We’re super excited to be part of STEM Con 2012 this week — a collaboration between the Washington State STEM Education Foundation, Delta High School, Washington State University Tri-Cities, and Columbia Basin College, as well as local companies and professionals that deal in STEM, like us!

STEM = Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

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Our New CSPs!

We are very happy to announce that we have two new Certified Safety Professionals (CSPs) on staff!

Our very own Mark Watts and Jeremiah “Jer” Webster have successfully earned their credentials from the Board of Certified Safety Professionals, bringing our total number of CSPs to 10!

DID YOU KNOW…? In addition to our 10 CSPs, Dade Moeller also employs 8 CIHs (Certified Industrial Hygienists) and 36 CHPs (Certified Health Physicists)  — that’s more CHPs than any other company in the United States!

Mark has been with Dade Moeller since 2010 and is a Senior Industrial Hygienist. He has more than 27 years of environmental, safety, and industrial hygiene experience, including 15 years of project management experience. Currently, Mark is serving as the Site Safety Officer on the 308-A Reactor, 309 Reactor, and 340 Building Vault and Tanks Disposition project under Phoenix Enterprises, NW at the Department of Energy’s Hanford Site.

Jer, with Dade Moeller since 2009, currently works with the Mission Support Alliance as an Industrial Hygienist. He also is an accomplished safety instructor, having provided more than 350 hours of training to hundreds of professionals.

Both Mark and Jer have worked as Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs), and they also support our Company’s efforts to provide free first aid, CPR, and AED training to our employees.

Congratulations to Mark and Jer for their fantastic accomplishments!

Dade Moeller provides a full range of professional and technical services to federal, state, and commercial clients in support of worker safety, environmental, nuclear, and radiological operations. Dade Moeller recently has been recognized as the 3rd fastest-growing environmental consulting firm in North America (The Zweig Letter), the Silver Medal award winner for environmental business achievement (Environmental Business Journal), and one of the best 100 companies to work for (Seattle Business).