Ruth Jarman

Ruth Jarman has 13 years’ experience in providing practical high level technical advice to assist clients in the Environmental and Contaminated Land Industries.
She specialises in the completion of human health and environmental risk assessments (including toxicology assessments, vapour intrusion modelling and exposure assessments, collection of environmental monitoring data for risk assessment, and risk communication) and providing support for Environmental Auditors.
Since commencing work in the risk assessment field in 2007 she has completed over 30 risk assessments for sites in Victoria, NSW and Queensland for a large variety of chemicals (including metals, petroleum hydrocarbons, perfluorochemicals (PFCs), dioxins and furans and PCBs) and exposure pathways. Between 2007 and 2009 she completed a Masters in Applied Science (Toxicology) part-time to cement her expertise in this area. She has provided support to 4 Environmental Auditors on over 20 s.53X or s.53V Statutory Environmental Audits and has previously worked as the senior project manager for simple through to complex contaminated land assessment and remediation projects

Ruth’s expertise includes the following:
• Toxicological (human and ecological) Review and Assessment
• Human Health Risk Assessment
• Environmental Risk Assessment
• Exposure Assessment and Modelling
• Vapour Intrusion Modelling
• Risk Communication
• Statutory Environmental Audit Support
• Project management