Philip is an occupational hygienist with more than 35 years’ experience.
He has worked as a consultant for most of his career providing advice in the construction, manufacturing, and maritime industries on hazards related to asbestos, dusts, and chemicals, confined spaces, heat stress, and indoor air quality.
He holds a Bachelor of Science, from the University of Melbourne and Graduate Diploma of Occupational Hygiene, Deakin University.
Philip is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Occupational Hygienists, Inc.; Certified Occupational Hygienist (COH)®; and Past President (2017) of the AIOH.
He is a member of the:
- New Zealand Occupational Health Society;
- British Occupational Hygiene Society;
- Faculty of Asbestos Assessment and Management;
- American Industrial Hygiene Association;
- American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists;
- NATA Chemical Testing Accreditation Advisory Committee; and
- Standards Australia Technical Committee CH-031 Methods for Examination of Workplace Atmospheres.
He was a NATA technical assessor for:
- asbestos fibre air monitoring using the SafeWork Australia Membrane Filter Method: and
- asbestos identification by PLM and DS, and Australian Standard AS4964.
He is an:
- Approved Counter and Authorised Signatory with NATA for the estimation of airborne asbestos fibres using the Membrane Filter Method; and
- Approved Identifier and Authorised Signatory with NATA for the identification of asbestos in bulk samples.
- New Zealand Occupational Hygiene Society
- Australian Institute of Occupational Hygienists, Inc. - Fellow
British Occupational Hygiene Society - International Member
Faculty of Asbestos Assessment and Management - Full Member
American Industrial Hygiene Association - Member
- BSc, GDOH, Certified Occupational Hygienist (COH)®