Mr. DePasquale has over twenty-five years of experience in the field of industrial hygiene. He has been certified in the comprehensive practice of industrial hygiene by the American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH) since 2002.
During the course of his career Mr. DePasquale has conducted numerous industrial hygiene, asbestos management, indoor air quality studies, and mold and microbial assessments. In the field of industrial hygiene, he has conducted field investigations in a variety of settings which include manufacturing operations, chemical production and processing facilities, and commercial operations.
In the field of asbestos management and control, he has conducted asbestos sampling in over 100 buildings, including commercial office buildings, hospitals, industrial plants, and government facilities. He has performed monitoring on individuals and within facilities to evaluate potential exposures to asbestos. Furthermore, Mr. DePasquale has participated in sampling to evaluate historical exposures to asbestos.
Mr. DePasquale earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Master of Public Health degrees from the University at Albany in New York. Additionally, he is an AHERA accredited asbestos inspector and management planner. Mr. DePasquale has served on AIHA committees and has served two terms as a Director to the Georgia Local Section of the American Industrial Hygiene Association.