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Laboratory Analyst

1,508 Jobs Available
in US
$ 18.11 - 49.73/hour

Resumes of Laboratory Analyst

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Responsibilities

Typical Laboratory Analyst responsibilities to be added to your resume.

  • Analyze potential environmental impacts of production process changes and recommend steps to mitigate negative impacts.

  • Set up equipment or stations to monitor and collect pollutants from sites, such as smoke stacks, manufacturing plants, or mechanical equipment.

  • Conduct standardized tests to ensure materials or supplies used throughout power supply systems meet processing and safety specifications.

  • Weigh, analyze, or measure collected sample particles, such as lead, coal dust, or rock, to determine concentration of pollutants.

  • Examine and analyze material for presence and concentration of contaminants, such as asbestos, using variety of microscopes.

  • Direct activities of workers in laboratory.

  • Inspect sanitary conditions at public facilities.

  • Prepare samples or photomicrographs for testing and analysis.

  • Monitor emission control devices to ensure they are operating properly and comply with state and federal regulations.

  • Determine amounts and kinds of chemicals to use in destroying harmful organisms or removing impurities from purification systems.

  • Develop testing procedures.

  • Calibrate microscopes or test instruments.

  • Make recommendations to control or eliminate unsafe conditions at workplaces or public facilities.

  • Provide information or technical or program assistance to government representatives, employers, or the general public on the issues of public health, environmental protection, or workplace safety.

  • Develop or implement site recycling or hazardous waste stream programs.

  • Collect samples of gases, soils, water, industrial wastewater, or asbestos products to conduct tests on pollutant levels or identify sources of pollution.

  • Record test data and prepare reports, summaries, or charts that interpret test results.

  • Discuss test results and analyses with customers.

  • Perform statistical analysis of environmental data.

  • Maintain files, such as hazardous waste databases, chemical usage data, personnel exposure information, or diagrams showing equipment locations.

  • Distribute permits, closure plans, or cleanup plans.

  • Develop or implement programs for monitoring of environmental pollution or radiation.

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