April 10, 2018
Cardno, Inc., is pleased to announce that Principal Health Scientist Julie Panko has received the Fellow designation (FAIHA™) from the American Industrial Hygiene Association.
The Fellow designation recognizes full association members who are in good standing, have 15 years of continuous membership, and have made recognized contributions to industrial hygiene or related disciplines, either through research, leadership, publications, education, or service to AIHA.
Julie has more than 30 years of experience in conducting and managing a wide variety of occupational and environmental health risk assessments and is a certified industrial hygienist. Ms. Panko has published on numerous worker health topics as well as methods for evaluating chemical risks associated with a product throughout its lifecycle and providing transparent and scientific approaches for evaluating chemical substitutes.
“This honorary recognition is only bestowed on a limited number of professionals who have made exemplary contributions to the field of industrial hygiene,” said CardnoChemRisk Area Manager Mark Garavaglia. “Julie has made a number of important contributions to the field, and this recognition represents the hard work and dedication she has delivered over her career.”
About Cardno: Cardno is a professional infrastructure and environmental services company, with specialist expertise in the development and improvement of physical and social infrastructure for communities around the world. Cardno’s team includes leading professionals who plan, design, manage and deliver sustainable projects and community programs. Cardno is an international company, listed on the Australian Securities Exchange [ASX: CDD]. www.cardno.com.
About Cardno ChemRisk: Cardno ChemRisk is a scientific consulting firm that is respected worldwide for its risk assessment experience, technical capabilities, industry leadership, and pioneering spirit. We specialize in helping clients characterize the health and environmental risk associated with complex exposures involving chemicals, pharmaceuticals or radionuclides in a variety of media and environments.