G2 Provides Industrial Hygiene Services at a Portland Brewery

Part of running a successful business is maintaining compliance with regulatory bodies, such as OSHA. Our client, a Portland brewery, identified several hazards with the…

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Health & Safety Consulting for a Habitat Restoration Company

When companies experience growth and expansion, they often struggle to evolve their health and safety plans to accommodate this growth. That’s where G2 Consultants comes…

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G2 Among the Largest Environmental Consulting Firms in Portland

The Portland Business Journal recently released rankings of the largest environmental consulting firms in the Portland Metro area. G2 Consultants is proud to have our…

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Welcoming new talent to the G2 team!

We’re pleased to announce that G2 Consultants (G2) has recently brought on two new team members, Chase Eckersell as a Sr. Project Specialist and Alvaro…

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Create a Safe Work Environment with G2’s Risk Management Programs

G2 Consultants helps companies across the country by crafting risk management programs aimed at promoting safe work environments and preventing safety violations from OSHA. Part…

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New talent joining the G2 team!

We’re excited to announce that Sean Friend, Grace Graner, Karah Roof and Aaron Monto have recently joined the G2 Consultants (G2) team as project specialists….

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Kicking up Dust: An Industrial Hygiene Assessment for a Manufacturing Facility in Chicago, IL

Everyone is exposed to dust in some way. However, workers in the agricultural, industrial, manufacturing, construction, and medical fields may find themselves more frequently exposed….

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3 Important COVID-19 Safety Resources for Reopening your Facility

There have been some encouraging signs of change on the COVID-19 front: as you may have heard, the country-wide infection rate seems to be on…

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Four Important Indicators of Air Quality in Indoor Facilities

Many environmental disruptors can negatively affect indoor air quality and physical well-being. Indoor pollutants can include mold, pollen, tobacco, household products and pesticides, radon, carbon…

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