Kim Worl - NES, Inc. Principal Industrial Hygienist
Certifications

Certified Industrial Hygienist, Comprehensive Practice, 1993 (ABIH No. 6328)

Education

M.S., Pharmacology and Toxicology, University of California, Davis, 1987

B.A., Human Biology, Minor Chemistry, California State University, Sacramento, 1981

Kim Worl

Principal Industrial Hygienist

Kim Worl has been a Principal Industrial Hygienist with NES, Inc. (NES) since 2013. In his consulting capacity, Mr. Worl is responsible for business development, project management and implementation, and responding to client requests for proposals. He also directs health and safety compliance assessments, performs regulatory analysis and program development, conducts training, and provides support for hazardous waste remediation projects. The majority of Mr. Worl’s projects are initiated for the purpose of assessing and improving safety in the workplace and the community.

Mr. Worl’s areas of expertise include workplace exposure assessments, occupational health and safety compliance, indoor air quality, and moisture intrusion and mold assessments. He has over 29 years of experience in occupational health and safety consulting, with considerable experience developing point source and ambient air quality measurement programs. His clients include manufacturing and assembly operations, semi-conductor manufacturers, chemical and petroleum agencies, mining companies, residential home builders, commercial property developers, management firms, attorneys, and public sector entities. He continues to serve as an expert witness in support of litigation matters relating to workplace exposures, indoor air quality, moisture intrusion, and mold growth.

Prior to joining the NES team, Mr. Worl served as Senior Scientist for Geomatrix Consultants, Inc. (2001-2010) and then for AMEC Environment and Infrastructure (2010-2013). Before this, Mr. Worl served as Senior Industrial Hygienist for URS Corporation (2000-2001), as Staff Industrial Hygienist for Radian Corporation (1988-2000), and as an Environmental Hazard Scientist for California Department of Food and Agriculture (1987-1988).