Stevan W. Pierce


Experience in domestic and international technical programs including occupational health, industrial hygiene, safety, and environmental staffs, public and private industry, including pharmaceuticals, hospitals, medical devices manufacturers, shipyards, public utilities, petroleum transportation, aviation, and research facilities. Significant experience in indoor air quality, sick building syndrome, mold/bioaerosols, and associated litigation and studies.



  • Field Safety Representative #93469 (FSR), Texas Workers’ Compensation Commission, 1993

  • Professional Safety Source (PSS), Texas Workers’ Compensation Commission, 1991

  • Certified Safety Professional (CSP), BCSP, 1978 (#5290)

  • Registered Professional Engineer (PE), California, 1977 (#SF1501)

  • Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH), ABIH, 1976 (#1034)

  • Licensed Texas Mold Assessment Consultant, 2004, #MAC0178

  • Certified Environmental, Safety and Health Trainer (CET), 28-359, 05/31/2011



  • American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA);

  • American Academy of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH);

  • American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH);

  • American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE);




AIHA: Management Committee and Membership Committee, Past member Laboratory Accreditation Committee and Public Relations Committee. North Texas Section/AIHA: Board Director and Board Liaison to the Governmental Affairs Committee; Past Secretary. Past Secretary/Treasurer, Florida Section/AIHA and Past Secretary, North Texas Section/AIHA. ACGIH: Past Secretary/Treasurer and Board Member, Past editor of Applied Occupational Health and Environmental Hygiene Journal. ASSE: Past President and Vice President of Pensacola Chapter. Past Guest lecturer, OSHA Training Institute. Past Instructor of Industrial Hygiene, George Washington University School of Medicine. Guest lecturer, University of Texas at Arlington, Department of Civil Engineering. Guest lecturer, Texas A&M (Corpus Christi campus), Environmental/Industrial Hygiene. Adjunct Instructor, Texas A & M Extension System (TEEX).