Andrew McIntyre, CIH

Managing Principal & Co-Founder, Environmental & Occupational Risk Management, Inc (EORM)

Mr. McIntyre has thirty years of experience as an Environmental Health and Safety Professional in high technology industries and is a co-founder of Environmental and Occupational Risk Management, Inc (EORM). His industry experience started with Xerox Corporation’s Electronics Division in 1981 and continued with the Hewlett Packard Company’s Component’s Group in 1994. While at Xerox and HP, Andy’s experience included the development and implementation of health and safety programs in both Compound Semiconductor and Silicon microelectronics manufacturing. During his tenure with HP, Andy was awarded Certification in Industrial Hygiene by the American Board of Industrial Hygiene. After co-founding EORM in 1990, Andy has supported a variety of market areas including semiconductor, communications, biotechnology, pharmaceutical and most recently, the photovoltaic industry where he has focused on assisting clients in optimizing their EHS programs by improving operational compliance, reducing cost, enhancing productivity and strengthening business advantage. Currently, Andy holds the position of Executive Vice President and Managing Principal with EORM. Andy’s industry association involvement has centered on the Semiconductor Environmental Health and Safety Association (SESHA) where his involvement dates back to 1982. Andy has had the privilege of serving the Association as a member of the Board of Directors from 1989 to 1996, holding a series of leadership positions to include serving as President from 1995 – 1996. He received the Presidents Award in 1999 and was elected in 2001 as a Fellow by SESHA. He is the second recipient of Pacific Industrial and Business Association (PIBA) Health and Safety Professional of the Year Award (1999). Over the last twenty years, he has authored numerous articles and had the opportunity to present at international conferences and symposiums in both North America and Asia. Andy holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Toxicology from the University of California, Davis and a Masters Degree in Environmental and Occupational Health/Industrial Hygiene from California State University, Northridge.

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