AM Health & Safety, Inc.

5177 Campbells Run Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15205
United States

Our mission is to assist our clients in their efforts to minimize injury and illness potentials to their employees as well as the community and ease their compliance burdens. Our guarantee is to provide exceptional quality work that is cost-effective, efficient, and integrates into the client's business management system. We strive for complete satisfaction.

Our health and safety professionals will take the time to understand our client's business as well as the processes to incorporate health and safety services that work. We pride ourselves in our ability to interact with all levels of our client's organization from top management to the employee on the floor and being able to bring the exact talent and experience to the table to address the clients' needs. Effective communication and our commitment to excellence are the links that bond us to our clients and differentiate us from our competitors.

Founded in July, 2000, AM Health and Safety Inc. is dedicated to the memory of Andrew A.Mammarelli, Jr. CIH, CSP. Mr. Mammarelli, a navy veteran, received his masters from the University of Pittsburgh for Public Health. He was known for his integrity and love for the health and safety industry and inspired all that came in contact with him.

Mr. Mammarelli started his career at the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as an industrial hygienist. There he helped develop the first exposure limits for employees. He encountered mentor relationships with Mr. Bernard J. Quinn, CIH; Mr. Elmer Burd, OSHT; and Mr. Gary D’Alessandris;

Mr. Mammarelli later pursued a career at J&L Steel, known today as LTV Steel, as an industrial hygiene manager. He moved on to pursue a career at Comprehensive Safety Compliance (CSC) where he held the position of industrial hygiene and safety services manager. At CSC, Mr. Barry Momyer, CIH, REM, inherited Mr. Mammarelli's knowledge of the health and safety industry.

Mr. Mammarelli was an active member of the Association of the Iron and Steel Industry (AISI) and the past president of the American Industrial Hygiene Association’s local chapter. Mr. Mammarelli also played an active role in the local chapter of the Health Physics Society.

Mr. Mammarelli died much too early due to esophagus cancer. He will always be remembered as an influential man in the health and safety industry. Mr. Mammarelli’s dedication and knowledge will remain in the men that he supervised and trained. His legacy will always remain at AM Health and Safety, Inc.
View Count 2,550