Todd R. Schwarz

Todd R. Schwarz

Director Environmental, Safety & Health Services


Marshall University
Post Graduate Studies
Occupational Safety Management
Marshall University
MS, Occupational Safety and Health
Marshall University
BA, Secondary Education


American Industrial Hygiene Association (Full Member)
Mountaineer Chapter, American Industrial Hygiene Association (past president)
Appalachian Construction Users Council (Safety Committee)

Experience and Expertise

Todd has over 30 years of experience in occupational safety and health, with an emphasis in evaluations for chemical, biological, and physical exposures, hazardous waste compliance, environmental site assessments, and technical management for regulatory conformity. As Director, Mr. Schwarz develops and manages business with private, commercial, and governmental clients providing direct field support, and employee training services to regional customers.

Additional Training and Education

Asbestos Inspector, Management Planner, Project Designer, Air Monitoring Technician, NIOSH 582 Training – “Sampling and Evaluating Airborne Asbestos”, Lead Supervisor, MSHA Dust Sampling Certification, HazWoper Site Supervisor, Authorized Instructor for OSHA Voluntary Compliance Course for Construction, Confined Space Entry Supervisor, ATV Safety Institute Authorized Instructor for Rider Safety Course.

Select Presentations

“Innovative Applications of Industrial Hygiene: Removal of X-Ray Shielding DuringDemolition,” Presented to the American Industrial Hygiene Conference & Exposition, May 1993.

“Environmental Issues in Lead,” Presented to Seventieth Annual Meeting of the West VirginiaPublic Health Association, September 1994.

“Conducting A Successful Industrial Hygiene Evaluation,” Presented to the 13th AnnualMarshall University Safety Conference, April 1995.

“Construction Safety and OSHA Issues,” Presented to the West Virginia Oil and Natural GasAssociation’s Technical Seminar, June 1996.

“Industrial Hygiene for the Construction Safety Professional,” Coordinator/Presenter for theSixth Annual West Virginia Regional Construction Safety and Health Conference, March 1998.

“OSHA’s Revised Respiratory Protection Standard,” Presented to the Allegany County (MD)Local Emergency Planning Council, May, 1998

“Asbestos Initial and Refresher Training for Worker, Supervisor/Contractor, Inspector, andManagement Planner,” Course Director for Orion providing training for compliance with OSHAStandard 29 CFR 1926.1101 and State of West Virginia Licensing requirements.

“Employee Initial and Refresher Training for Hazardous Waste Operations and EmergencyResponse,” Course Director for Orion, providing training for compliance with OSHA Standard29 CFR 1910.120.

“Lead Worker and Supervisor/Contractor Initial and Refresher Training for compliance with OSHAStandard 29 CFR 1926.62, and EPA accreditation/State of West Virginia licensing requirements.Presented to private industry and government clients.

“How to Make High Impact Safety Presentations,” Course author and Director for Orion,providing training on contractual basis.

“Effective Safety Management Systems,” Course author and Director for Orion, providingtraining for Focus and Target Group participants in State of West Virginia Workers’Compensation Division, Office of Safety and Loss Control, Loss Prevention Rule.

“OSHA 10 and 30 Hour Voluntary Compliance Course for Construction,” Authorized Instructorfor Outreach Training in accordance with guidelines established by the OSHA Training Institute.