SPECIAL REPORT

2011–2012
EHS Salary Guide

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SPECIAL REPORT

2011–2012
EHS Salary Guide

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2011–2012 EHS Salary Guide

Table of Contents
How to Use This Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
2011–2012 EHS Salary Guide: Executive Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Exempt Positions Holding Ground . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Still No COLA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Salaries for Three Nonexempt EHS Positions Lost Ground . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Growth Positions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Smaller Increases for Some Exempt EHS Jobs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
How Are We Doing? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
EHS Benchmark Jobs
Administrative Services Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Chemical Plant and System Operator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Chemist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Combustion Engineer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Compliance Officer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Emergency Management Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Engineering Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Environmental Engineer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Environmental Engineering Technician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Environmental Planner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Environmental Science and Protection Technician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Environmental Scientist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Hazmat Removal Worker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Industrial Engineer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Industrial Engineering Technician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Industrial Hygiene Engineer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Industrial Psychologist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
Industrial Production Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Industrial Safety and Health Engineer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Pesticide Handler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Plant Engineer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
Pollution Control Engineer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
Pollution Control Technician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Power Plant Operator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Product Safety Engineer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31

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. . . . . . . .34 Soil Engineer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Refuse and Recyclable Material Collector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38 2011–2012 EHS Salary Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Safety Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Water and Liquid Waste Treatment Plant and System Operator . . . . . . . . . . 36 Training and Development Specialist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 Septic Tank Servicer and Sewer Pipe Cleaner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Stationary Engineer and Boiler Operator . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Column Headings The first column of each page of the report indicates the demographic selection for the data presented in that row. “Nonexempt” employees are defined as workers who are covered by the minimum wage and overtime requirements of the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). For a position to be classified as exempt under the FLSA. the reports contain 2 years’ worth of data. The column headings at the top of each table may be interpreted as follows: Heading Explanation 25th Percentile The rate below which 25% of the data fall 50th Percentile The median rate of all employees reported 75th Percentile The rate below which 75% of the data fall The last two columns of data on each page show the dollar and percent change in the salary or hourly rate reported at the 50th percentile. Concentrate on the rates reported by percentile for each job and. Compensation is expressed as an hourly rate. the 2011–2012 EHS Salary Guide. As noted above. there are insufficient data for all data points or for certain metropolitan areas and industries. as this is the midpoint of the data reported for the position. “Exempt” employees are defined as workers who are not covered by the overtime requirements of the FLSA. Compensation is expressed as annual salary. 3. Some of the positions included in this guide are nonexempt and some are exempt. These instances are identified as “n/a” on the reports. Nonexempt employees must be paid at least the minimum hourly rate. ©Business & Legal Reports. However. (17104400) 1 . This likely reflects changes both in the industry and in the employers reporting data for those jobs. 2011. The next three columns have data effective 7/1/2009 and the second section has data effective 7/1/2010. Currently. 2. Data are also reported for the 25th and 75th percentiles to provide you with information on the range of salaries for each position. we recommend that you not make comparisons by title alone. Geographic/Demographic Labels Data for each job are reported at the national level in the aggregate and also by industry. Have a question? We will be happy to answer any questions about the data presented in this report. For instance. Note: In some instances. you may see large variances in the 2010 and 2011 data. while other jobs may be recruited at the local level. as well as the number of industries and metropolitan areas for which we report data. This survey includes 2 years’ worth of data effective July 1. In some instances.How to Use This Guide ® BLR has been reporting salary data for a select group of benchmark jobs for almost a decade. In addition. employees must be paid an annual salary of at least $23. This approach to collecting and using salary data makes it possible for us to offer our annual survey for Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) professionals. we greatly expanded the jobs. Inc. but confidentiality prevents us from supplying information about individual respondents. Consider the recruiting area for any given position when deciding what demographic selections to use. in 2006. Tips for Interpreting the Data 1.25 per hour and employers must also comply with state minimum wage laws. the 50th percentile. data are provided for all 50 states where available. 4. some high-level or specialized jobs may require statewide recruiting efforts. Review the responsibilities of each position description before making comparisons with the positions in your company. in particular.660. Data are reported for 32 positions specific to the EHS field and allow you to analyze changes in salaries from year to year. the federal minimum wage is $7. 2010 and July 1.

411 $311 0. EXEMPT POSITIONS HOLDING GROUND Data for the 20 benchmarked positions show that the economic troubles of the past 3 years are beginning to affect exempt EHS employees. Only 4 of the 20 exempt positions realized a greater percent increase in median salary in 2010–2011 over 2009–2010.083 $888 1.000 $880 1. One position (Chemist) saw a decrease in salary of almost 1%.168 $1. health.508 $88.080 $76.413 ($649) -0.009 0.318 $180 0. Table 1: National Salaries—Exempt EHS Positions. Compliance Officers nationwide saw a sharp increase of over 16% (see Table 1 for details).577 2.03% Chemist $70.73% $120.11% Training and Development Specialist $53.500 2.637 $557 0.136 $1.318 $180 0. and safety fields are in the midst of change.11% Engineering Manager Product Safety Engineer $76.14% $120.246 $2.567 16. 2010–2011 Exempt Job Title Change in Median Salary Dollars Percent Administrative Service Manager $77.138 $77.77% to a low of 0.77% Emergency Management Director $54.555 $1.236 4.84% Environmental Engineer $79.13%.062 $69.657 $62. the greatest percentage decrease was for Industrial Psychologists at 4.080 $76.159 $121.100 $79. In addition.010 $56.93% Combustion Engineer $79.11% Environmental Planner $62.000 $880 1. The average is down from the 2009 to 2010 average of 3.88%. Job responsibilities are shifting.178 1.687 $30 0. and you are being asked to do more with less. As an EHS professional.159 $121.35% Industrial Psychologist $85.637 $557 0.43% Environmental Scientist $62.219 3.000 $880 1. Other than the Chemists.120 $80.168 $1. Salary increases from 2010 to 2011 for those 20 positions ranged from a high of 16.39% Compliance Officer $51.11% Industrial Production Manager $87. In one bright spot for the industry.377 $88.727 $3.120 $80.73% Plant Engineer $77.99%.120 $80. BLR’s 2011–2012 EHS Salary Guide will help you evaluate if you are being paid a fair amount for the responsibilities you are shouldering.027 $1.009 0.05% Industrial Engineer $77.093 $59.05%. it’s hard to tell if you are being paid competitively.76% Industrial Safety and Health Engineer $76.660 $8. who took a loss.138 $77.23% Industrial Hygiene Engineer $79.2011–2012 EHS SALARY GUIDE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The environmental.195 $63.559 $79.23% Pollution Control Engineer $79.000 $880 1. with an average of 1.120 $80.80% Safety Director 2 2010 2011 Median Salary Median Salary 2011–2012 EHS Salary Guide . EHS managers can find the information to keep their departments competitive and efficient—paying the right amount to retain hard-to-fill positions but not overpaying on others.84% Soil Engineer $79.527 $55.

st M io gr n .77% for Compliance Officers.) This is the second year without an automatic COLA since they went into effect in 1975. wartime.S pe c.STILL NO COLA There’s good news and bad news again this year.H lS ci yg en ie tis ne In t du En In st du gi .S ne s t. providing disaster preparedness training.14% increase over 2010.00% Ad m in C . Compliance Officers are involved in investigating conformity with laws and regulations governing compliance with licenses and permits. vi En ro nm gi En ne en er vi ta ro lP nm In la en nn du ta er st . Last year was the first year without an automatic COLA. 0.00% 8. Comparing 2010 to 2011 data.S om vc bu s. 2010–2011 10. (17104400) 3 .00% 4. Inc. C E Em om ng in er pl ee ia ge nc r nc e y O M f f gm ic er nt D En i r En ec gi ne to vi r ro er nm in g e M En nt g al r. (See Chart 1. The good news is that 19 of the 20 exempt positions received increases in 2011 above the cost of living adjustment (COLA)*.M ea gr lth . or technological disasters and hostage situations. Chart 1: Increase in Exempt Salaries Versus Cost-of-Living Increase.00% 6.00% 2. The bad news is that COLA for 2011 is 0% (the latest COLA available). af er Pr et y/ od H . *COLAs are periodic changes in wages and benefits designed to bring pay in line with increases in the cost of living. the highest change in median salary for exempt EHS positions was 16. In En du g i s n tri In ee al du r En st ria gi ne lP er sy ch Po ol Pl o llu gi an tio st tE n ng C on Pr in ee tro od r uc lE tS ng af in ee et y r En gi Sa ne fe er ty D i r ec Tr So ai to il ni r En ng /D gi n ev e er el op . and preparing emergency plans and procedures for natural.00% Wage Increase Cost of Living ©Business & Legal Reports. Emergency Management Directors are the folks responsible for coordinating disaster response or crisis management activities. Emergency Management Specialists (renamed Emergency Management Directors) came in second at a 4.

Nine of the 12 benchmarked nonexempt jobs saw increases over 2010 median salary.99% Pesticide Handler $14.32 1.40% Power Plant Operator $29.19% Environmental Engineering Technician $20. As noted.46 $16.14 $20.09 $23. The average increase for those 9 nonexempt EHS positions that saw an increase from 2010 to 2011 was 1.60 an hour for Pesticide Handlers (see Table 2).46 1. This follows a 2010 decrease of –0. Table 2: National Salaries—Nonexempt EHS Positions.17% 2011–2012 EHS Salary Guide .14 $20.84 $15.22 $0.18 -1.68 $19.22% Pollution Control Technician $20.91 $21.78 $14.08 0.39% Water Treatment Plant Operator $19.82 $30.03 -0.55 $0.21%. Septic Tank Servicers saw a decrease in median salary of –0.63% Septic Tank Servicer $16.82 $1. However.35% Refuse and Recyclable Material Collector $15.37 $25.22 $0.40% Hazardous Materials Removal Worker $18.47 $0.10 0.10 0. Septic Tank Servicers.SALARIES FOR THREE NONEXEMPT EHS POSITIONS LOST GROUND Wages for 12 benchmarked nonexempt EHS positions in 2011 ranged from a high of $30.28 1.00 3.19 $0.06 –0.40 $18. Industrial Engineering Technicians’ wages were up by almost 2% after having a losing year in 2010.79 $27.23 1.82 an hour for Power Plant Operators to $14.11 $0.34% Environmental Protection Technician $20.36% in 2011 over 2010. 2010–2011 Nonexempt Job Title 4 2010 2011 Median Salary Median Salary Change in Median Salary Dollars Percent Chemical Plant and Systems Operator $26.36% Stationary Engineer & Boiler Operator $25. three of the benchmarked nonexempt EHS positions lost ground (Hazardous Materials Removal Workers.37 -$0.35% for Power Plant Operators.94 $0.40 –$0.60 -$0.91 $0.54% over 2009. and Pesticide Handlers). The highest change in median salary for nonexempt EHS positions was 3.08 0.16% Industrial Engineering Technician $23. but the other nine made more in 2011 than they did in 2010 (see Chart 2).

236 4. Inc.027 $1.508 $88.35%. three of the four lowest paying EHS nonexempt jobs saw a decrease in pay in 2011 over 2010. Environmental Engineering Technician Industrial Engineering Technician $0 $5 $10 $15 $20 $25 $30 $35 GROWTH POSITIONS Table 3 shows that the highest salary growth in EHS exempt positions from 2010 to 2011 was for Compliance Officers.559 $79. 2010–2011 Exempt Job Title 2010 2011 Median Salary Median Salary Change in Median Salary Dollars Percent Compliance Officer $51. (17104400) 5 . 2010–2011 Refuse and Recyclable Material Collector Stationary Engineer & Boiler Operator Pesticide Handler Water Treatment Plant Operator Power Plant Operator 2011 2010 Chemical Plant/Systems Operator Septic Tank Servicer/Sewer Pipe Cleaner Hazardous Materials Removal Worker Pollution Control Technician Environmental Science/Protection Tech. and Chemical Plant and Systems Operators had a 1.136 $1.093 $59. respectively) in 2011.03% Table 4 shows that some of the highest paying EHS nonexempt jobs had the greatest percentage raise from 2010 to 2011.660 $8. $77.77% Emergency Management Director $54. Compliance Officers in Massachusetts and California have the highest median salary ($69.246 $2.567 16. Power Plant Operators realized a 3.219 3. Svcs. $53. Mgr.527 $55. who saw a substantial increase.19% jump in pay.76% Training/Develop Spec. While Hazardous Materials Removal Workers and Pesticide Handlers nationwide saw their median wage go up from 2009 to 2010.500 2. Table 3: Exempt EHS Jobs with Largest Increase in Median Salary. but those in Nevada and Hawaii realized the greatest jump in median salary from 2010 to 2011 (49.727 $3.80% Admin. respectively). Industrial Engineering Technicians saw their pay go up by almost 2%.271 and $68.14% Industrial Psychologist $85.16% and 41.35% increase in 2011 over 2010.Chart 2: Nonexempt Hourly Wages.577 2. the ©Business & Legal Reports.844. Conversely.010 $56.

If it doesn’t.657 $62. 2010–2011 Exempt Job Title 2010 2011 Median Salary Median Salary Change in Median Salary Dollars Percent Environmental Scientist $62.82 $1. 2010-2011 Exempt Job Title 2010 2011 Median Salary Median Salary Change in Median Salary Dollars Percent Power Plant Operator $29. please tell us! We appreciate any comments or suggestions you might have to help us improve what will be an annual report on EHS salaries.32 1.35% Industrial Engineering Technician $23.39% Product Safety Engineer $76.While Environmental Scientists in South Carolina actually saw a 19.same jobs saw percentage decreases of -0.71 an hour.39%.91 $21.080 $76.637 $557 0.46 1.57% and –7. those same jobs in North Dakota and Massachusetts lost ground by –21. 6 2011–2012 EHS Salary Guide . from 2010 to 2011.99% Environmental Engineering Technician $20. Safety/Health Engineer $76. Salaries of Environmental Scientists saw the lowest increase in median salary at 0.23 1. Table 5: Exempt EHS Jobs with Smallest Increase in Median Salary.687 $30 0.55 $0.138 $77. Table 4: Nonexempt EHS Jobs with Largest Increase in Median Salary.00 3.73% Indust.23% Combustion Engineer $79.28 1. please call BLR’s Customer Service department at 800-727-5257.com.100 $79.82 $30.09 $23.138 $77.79 $27. please tell others.411 $311 0. Table 5 shows the exempt EHS jobs with the smallest increase in median salary from 2010 to 2011.73% HOW ARE WE DOING? Does this report contain information you need on compensation for EHS positions? If it does. or e-mail us at editorial@blr.05% Industrial Engineer $77.637 $557 0.31% increase in median salary in 2011 over 2010. respectively. respectively. A total of 25 states saw a decrease in median salary for Environmental Scientists in 2011. most did not even realize a 2% increase.23% Plant Engineer $77.17% SMALLER INCREASES FOR SOME EXEMPT EHS JOBS Although 19 of the 20 benchmarked EHS exempt positions registered increases in median salaries from 2010 to 2011.22%.19% Water Treatment Plant Operator $19.34% Chemical Plant/Systems Operator $26.05% for 2011 over 2010.11 $0. If you have any comments. but those in Tennessee realized an impressive 32.68 $19.318 $180 0.318 $180 0.91 $0.10% increase from 2010 to 2011. Power Plant Operators in California make the highest median salary at $37.16% and -1.19 $0.080 $76.

995 92.796 68.189 80.897 79.220 95.699 55.969 53.409 74.67% 6.052 61.126 86.100 72.964 41.27% 2.911 96.419 57.380 83.146 97.003 72.008 90.821 70.358 3.588 93.994 71.489 51.758 68.930 79.78% 4.158 69.594 118.287 85.158 51.749 105.854 87.54% 8.939 59.796 85.39% 8. (17104400) 7 .447 87.811 4.837 2.486 58.72% 1.851 46.227 53.325 3.839 101.038 1.19% All Employers by State Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming ©Business & Legal Reports.668 85.747 1.851 57.414 50.790 81. Transportation Utilities Wholesale 55.282 143 1.57% 8.241 43.570 65.138 78.62% 0.733 48.374 92.019 96.708 43.823 45.354 70.091 115.783 76.949 91.434 1.665 97.675 85.757 75.784 57.656 71.983 85.400 118.958 7.838 77.619 46.894 56.127 87.001 45.641 1.73% 3.398 73.26% 7.117 95.27% 1.537 65.62% 9.40% 2.594 85.126 61.906 31.361 68.92% 7.275 108.08% 3.720 116.17% -8.620 39.846 52.35% 2.367 58.176 49.909 71.84% 1.838 5.088 90. Inc.79% 5.066 86.940 102.991 68.474 55.990 57.562 62.824 95.220 2.803 86.01% 9.622 69.842 87.450 67.119 51.289 90.147 116 -6.56% 7.338 67.101 62.052 2.34% 4.427 122.012 103.934 109.799 111.492 66.231 90.970 52.388 104.97% -1.237 60.570 83.13% 4.655 73.059 61.357 65.34% 0.728 74.628 93.191 116.146 70.395 77.674 53.472 57. May oversee facilities planning and maintenance and custodial operations.407 4.752 56.91% 4.205 88.842 5.80% 1.247 122.954 2.079 48.71% 4.521 64.863 867 3.192 54.42% 14.252 67.082 38.340 83.45% 6.712 97.289 130.152 68.31% 0.614 660 2.208 80.76% 0.050 99.745 1.136 69.842 4.244 63.136 67.755 65.43% 3.904 53. mail distribution.664 62.437 79.113 101.12% 4.18% 1.083 97.892 74.489 65.372 72.142 54.10% 0.245 80.596 4. and other office support services.473 1.193 79.580 48.608 68.832 58.72% 2.616 92.933 62.454 53.18% 1.774 994 113 3.336 63.881 82.136 66.485 859 -2.177 5.975 43.352 6.899 70.638 126.107 52.675 98.16% 2.248 107.605 92.912 99.466 101.422 566 4.783 68.79% -4.66% 3.52% 5.492 45.417 92.244 79.294 2.807 53.182 83.834 1.099 90.272 84.289 48.50% 0.006 52.385 84.21% 2.371 -1.668 475 4.335 88.919 81.256 63.537 78.462 91.572 80.208 73.173 81.661 73.455 94.12% -0.446 45.325 96.584 50.338 93.130 91.940 77.600 54.97% 7.852 101.626 86.224 3.577 68. Services Construction Health Services Leisure Management Manufacturing Mining Other Services Prof.806 49.554 70.876 79.360 5.294 121.986 66.567 61.297 3.988 52.353 83.206 47.352 1.899 124.084 88.428 44.973 81.930 61.793 77.164 66.178 65.164 108.328 62.644 86.230 73.559 63.777 77.802 87.144 98.814 76.275 90.984 113.08% 0.602 67.768 4.658 119.333 49.270 44.214 62.084 3.946 64.107 64.299 52. telephone operator/receptionist.381 1. such as recordkeeping.071 51.73% 4.663 58.273 93.113 108.24% 2.864 116.24% 31.55% -0. Public Admin.396 111.992 -112 -161 15.890 55.753 40.843 4.43% 2.894 111. & Tech.78% 9.492 58.90% 5.045 50.797 111.450 60.975 70.637 102.946 112.787 53.33% 10.026 84.467 47.273 44.126 98.79% -1.419 85.198 58.940 92.100 96.865 97.236 73.34% 4.613 74.974 109.441 47.123 117.561 62.533 88.015 64.867 69. Annual Salary ($) 7/1/2010 25th 50th Increase/Decrease 7/1/2011 75th 25th 50th 50th Percentile 75th Dollars Percent All Employers Nationwide All Employers Admin.213 3.214 80.006 68.97% 52.269 105.455 81.730 40.771 87.715 76.805 125.725 77.722 65.739 84.533 80.808 83.514 49.480 7.267 93.545 98.695 69.474 79.491 50.775 68.210 101.883 86.170 82.347 73.742 73.078 62.241 57.876 54.103 53.066 74.843 75.089 97.717 46.211 68.009 61.186 125.301 71.302 61.941 737 2.646 46.978 35.260 2.969 63.83% 1.071 34.519 50.137 114.414 90.942 43.640 77.983 102.954 34.949 68.791 55.433 122.555 44.130 76.772 107.344 124.210 36.166 51.519 65.13% -0.182 42.893 60.641 79.240 61.724 76.516 91.517 121.588 51.175 90.830 70.098 51.577 3.451 89.606 2.634 -845 2.805 72.054 91.132 38.992 45.697 55.757 87.27% 1.416 58.873 88.564 45.010 64.217 69.332 71.731 84.02% -2.022 -695 -1.445 94.221 50.261 72.104 78. direct.929 74.632 4.345 73.944 69.950 72.104 71.486 48.089 1.109 105.601 62.081 54.933 77.03% 5.178 50.276 98.Administrative Services Manager Job Description: Plan.774 47.394 47.207 96.232 92.897 70.804 57.891 4.706 54.866 96.652 103.982 95.096 28.373 54.685 49.136 82.133 82. or coordinate supportive services of an organization.517 67.183 76.904 50.

62 33.58 20.63 26.35 30.28 21.17 28.42 32.15 23.87 30.12 28.21 0.28 23.32 -3.49 33.16 -2.73% -1.38 0.43% 2.24 23.40 23.33 18.90 22.09 -0.27 1.77 28.65 25.95 21.98 35.25 26.05 28.65 20.70 35.02% 20.10 26.64 30.95 32.57 20.83 2.67% 14.04 25.52 31.15 26.28 22.09 28.25 30.73 22.25 1.92 24.96 25.09 1.10 23.59 20.89% 21.60 28.41 20.16 19.20 23.02 18.05 -0.99 21.11 1.15 16.37 25.70 29.43 25.05 24.39 27.25 19.25 26.72 20.25 1.41 27.79 24.84 23.74 21.98 21.83% 0.48 28.56 28.51 27.05 -0.95 14.47 28.14 25.74 21.52 32.45 -0.55 33.24 33.02 21.05 1.53 33.03 20.95 24.94 25.75 25.28% 4.58 25.31 29.10 0.37 29.57 30.11 23.76 29.48 20.82 28.16 4.21 23.68 0.06 30.07 24.69 35.49 21.69 19.41 27.67 26. & Tech.72 24.92 29.41 0.22% 0.40 20.89 24.64 18.94 21.43 27.61 21.Chemical Plant and System Operator Job Description: Control or operate an entire chemical process or system of machines.72 25.15 21.61 23.88 22.24 28.63 26.17 17.17 17.33 -0.57% 9.55 26.94 19.76 31.52 -2.77 29.52 21.67 20.73 22.35 33.48 30.67% 1.21% -5.40 32.35 18.55 0.83% 5.39 27.16 19.09 20.74 29.58 31.65% -9.63 28.33 26.22 25.82 26.84 19.35 24.76% 5.41 34.10% -2.07% 4.65 0.80 20.77 25.85 -0.07 30.17% All Employers by State Alabama Arkansas California Colorado Delaware Florida Georgia Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Jersey New York North Carolina Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania South Carolina Tennessee Texas Utah Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming 8 2011–2012 EHS Salary Guide .12 0.81 0.08% 1.22 21.71 28.23% -0.99 24.51 34.97 27.55 1.47% 13.88 30.37% 3.43 28.54 29.65 17.74% 2.06 2.65 19.30 23.66 31.47 -0.60 22.46 29.37 30.08 23.10 28. Services Construction Manufacturing Mining Prof.92 23.45 28.55 24.45 20.54 25.73 -2.98 31.98 21.06 -1.03 -0.42 25.81 24.08 27.17 21.55 -0.05 31.19 21.23% 9. Hourly Rate ($) Increase/Decrease 7/1/2010 25th 50th 7/1/2011 75th 25th 50th 50th Percentile 75th Dollars Percent All Employers Nationwide All Employers Admin.26 25.01 29.80 21.84 26.42 21.19 31.39 31.69 26.83 25.91 19.59 27.00 25.39 21.64 20.73 31.91 17.88 3.62 21.89 1.41% -2.00 25.09 26.15 24.84% 0.78 25.39 28.03 26.76 21.03 22.31 28.08 21.56 21.11% -3.84 35.15 27.79 25.72 38.58% -0.99 31.53 17.20% 0.15% 3.62 23.66 0.72 27.32 21.15 0.60 22.63 16.07 33.79 20.62 30.13 19.67 26.47% -10.69 29.18 28.16 21.46% 3.55 18.49 0.87 0.65 21.39 18.63 24.01 21.22% -0.50 21.51 27.59 20.84 29.41 24.89 32.55 15.94 30.57% 1.75 17.49 25.72 20.04% 0.28 16.07 0.38 26.44 31.07 21.43 22.71 28.03 25.08 28.24 25.36 21.08 24.69 32.34 35.22 0.71 -1.59 17.64% -4.75% -13.72 34.87% -2.34 33.23% 0.76 25.71 22.27 29.16 30.59 29.58% 0.27% 1.09 0.02 0.32 -2.40 31.04 23.97 24.13 21.30 25.02 19.52 0.42 28.02 30.11 28.06 -0.32 4.50 27.10 32.98 16.10 24.21% 1.52% 4.59 24.79% -0.92 18.47 15.36 -8.56 26.98 18.21 30.19% -7.77 17.42 29.23% 5.00 17.65 21.05 5.86 27.28% 5.42 23.58 30.31% -0.37 26.17% 26.83 22.34 30.40 24.86 19. Transportation Wholesale 21.28 18.42 21.12 28.50 31.70 24.03 25.17 31.42 30.

413 55.230 58.755 -942 -7.160 50.215 45.228 41.357 82.714 108.790 43.681 58.475 54.694 29.181 92.585 60.19% -10.620 62.441 86.96% 1.474 67.68% 1.85% -1.64% -3.755 81.748 91.77% 1.242 70.983 -649 4.376 108.263 65.08% -1.598 78.180 56.399 93.114 85.95% 3.475 103.806 100.659 70.430 74.360 3.777 40.738 58. Transportation Utilities Wholesale 51.471 85.060 123.688 74.209 4.77% 48.284 84.061 29.471 80.386 -1.251 87.79% -2.96% -5.881 103.839 54.856 89.210 81.12% 1.104 89.836 60.147 92.179 -1.433 64.955 96.929 60.978 897 -2.288 42.374 95.016 80.296 48.864 69.407 45.867 -0.091 73.011 67.229 68.620 50.810 43.752 36.752 45.770 71.385 41.545 77.894 49.219 57.348 1.36% -0.336 44.658 838 -1.928 46.521 72.73% 8.187 68.54% 3.82% 5.476 59.025 46.756 98.910 83.214 98.837 91.086 53.129 877 -103 10.913 71.300 53.847 74.029 98.301 124.58% -2.361 48.719 60.024 65.929 88.384 59.949 96.674 58.550 72.774 84.727 49.660 78.837 79.94% -1.360 50.280 89.475 39.806 -1.145 998 -587 3.688 57.128 40.016 64.068 57.528 79.52% -23.99% All Employers by State Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming ©Business & Legal Reports.792 81.456 75.382 66.088 84.392 71.536 109.105 104.223 82.211 81.72% -4.505 310 1.953 89.60% -3.05% 6.081 1.446 42.987 48.017 49.581 59.786 54.126 57.371 56.636 68.252 65.785 46.436 94.82% 2.759 45.580 51.611 85.925 70.47% 13. (17104400) 9 .490 -2.838 82.694 77.93% 8.075 77.112 98.47% 1.202 82.24% -7.128 72.025 52.711 49.394 44.314 69.845 67.901 65.188 41.100 73.172 51.203 55.054 66.421 49.966 77.378 75.338 59.576 80.609 13.674 69.065 -4.362 34.687 -99 -883 -2.30% -0.784 65.933 91.777 103.15% -1.18% -0.51% 11.127 105.70% 1.534 66.092 49.604 70.721 53.604 68.872 72.691 76.875 70.537 84.569 56.09% 1.895 47.564 75.356 52.088 44.197 50.776 71.67% -0.511 1.780 68.234 86.688 81.799 73.766 -8.062 54.19% 2.371 100.951 68.470 48.651 59.862 82.42% -1.30% 3.341 95.531 54.736 63.97% 5. & Tech.046 74.943 104 2.058 66.963 83.377 58.620 63.573 50.428 82.090 58.788 71.240 44.428 44.945 48.521 -817 -5.620 -965 1.754 87.974 77.459 59.803 59.37% 0.996 66.221 3.41% -4.338 65.557 86.180 70.710 67.918 86. Inc.470 61.859 -308 8.363 1.022 65.997 43.993 66.574 102.18% 4.852 62.864 52.238 80.72% -10.241 48.843 55.37% 9.274 48.411 48.153 118.820 75.97% 0.026 39.245 47.667 82.342 61.83% 0.38% 2.843 -212 -2.909 79.817 43.13% 0.319 86.536 67.173 59.537 43.267 90.004 113.207 592 4.530 91.698 69.033 93.810 49.356 50.531 50.985 93.451 101.744 65.865 96.028 48.822 42.688 54.544 48.469 70.04% 2.040 81.413 59.145 94.Chemist Job Description: Conduct qualitative and quantitative chemical analyses or chemical experiments in laboratories for quality or process control or to develop new products or knowledge.300 84.537 49.706 78.530 60.85% -0.587 62.414 99.289 45.971 58.423 82.288 89.076 108.253 55.710 44.839 62.982 42.054 44.693 71.016 1.63% 5.96% -2.059 94.10% 1.297 89.14% -1.740 61.784 63.639 55.32% -3.567 53.127 54.57% -1.966 92.975 47. Annual Salary ($) 7/1/2010 25th 50th Increase/Decrease 7/1/2011 75th 25th 50th 50th Percentile 75th Dollars Percent All Employers Nationwide All Employers Admin.577 92.11% 15. Services Construction Health Services Management Manufacturing Mining Other Services Prof.12% 13.155 91.090 66.687 56.752 92.928 76.219 99.100 66.920 53.807 75.669 88.478 904 396 -18.652 59.975 74.564 46.164 109.128 45.863 2.957 75.967 40.738 58.316 108.256 55.570 56.563 45.327 80.87% -0.472 61.439 54.770 81.719 56.607 4.057 58.067 59.790 59.329 95.163 47.196 75.286 74.725 57.569 93.969 89.417 55.404 53.625 99.311 43.394 81.696 1.459 46.323 77.047 -1.462 53.122 87.952 55.040 108.814 45.260 47.058 95.519 48.269 46.634 693 -569 -202 -79 1.138 61.20% 5.031 76.254 90.739 48.534 61.318 67.044 46.38% -3.689 102.828 64.461 42.008 68.274 -3.835 90.334 60.838 68.34% -2.113 44.952 4.568 50.473 90.855 83.227 71.683 54.366 50.024 48.173 65.389 65.53% -1.081 68.660 6.693 74.394 74.476 76.688 48.515 8.576 53.566 58.128 75.885 86.180 96.686 47.093 52.354 54.333 -1.146 -2.994 53.317 47.700 88.320 80.837 58. Public Admin.756 61.679 52.430 101.153 70.

621 59.719 83.493 61.740 56.538 88.364 61.776 3.935 56.764 62.241 104.91% -5.292 56.909 1.674 -1.216 76.901 54.80% 2.159 85.651 62.999 68.678 94.700 64.349 103.84% 3.159 96.602 92.408 112.409 94.108 611 1.560 82.126 72.564 75.547 65.712 65.377 331 5.350 56.367 75.743 73.700 68.388 59.939 72.084 68.195 51.61% -0.459 59.924 95. machines.871 73.074 112.095 2.46% 2.25% 3.497 92.336 93.535 61.996 52.348 65.398 60.094 57.412 68.184 71.164 104.833 72.02% 2.573 72.800 69.138 95.720 100.847 83.358 74.487 94.836 63.592 86.126 69.003 79.259 83.952 48.85% 1.515 60.052 98.431 84.805 69.239 82.291 66.68% All Employers by State Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming 10 2011–2012 EHS Salary Guide .256 65.031 79.62% -0. Transportation Utilities Wholesale 62.496 59.05% 0.853 95.973 2.498 62.53% 0.447 64. Services Construction Health Services Leisure Management Manufacturing Mining Other Services Prof. maintenance.524 95.492 97.395 84.104 70.352 90.778 68.133 66.875 -4.558 57.268 93.467 97.147 85.519 59.815 80.331 83.51% -0.28% 2.267 79.822 59.12% -0.733 132.244 96.34% 4.941 -3.90% 0.635 58.531 73.053 74.187 85.507 95.955 2.164 57.070 69.940 77.873 66.132 97.421 1.730 1.898 104.165 68.596 1.330 66.922 103.822 77.521 61.136 70.868 92.710 69.79% 3.65% -1.90% -1.856 84.43% 2.846 81.065 95.905 79.102 90.498 102.414 110.058 75.162 -1.135 104.739 77.651 55.39% -6.152 2.175 68. Annual Salary ($) 7/1/2010 25th 50th Increase/Decrease 7/1/2011 75th 25th 50th 50th Percentile 75th Dollars Percent All Employers Nationwide All Employers Admin.221 77.963 56.351 -1.411 79.238 -43 20 1.581 2.369 97.10% -5.203 70.407 3.977 103.977 93.39% 8.820 79.423 70.453 81.640 2.071 99.980 66. and repair of such equipment as centralized heat.00% 0.72% 2.644 53.831 67.87% 5.333 63.820 62.960 86.193 100. Public Admin.339 66.650 96.565 83.722 66.75% -0.51% 3.744 57.906 60.911 78.085 81.874 -949 1.050 61.537 69.089 85.337 85.015 92. & Tech.100 84.442 1.198 79.031 70.57% 0.341 57.528 75.06% 0.261 1.900 69.731 69.885 96 -128 -6.582 93.320 87.445 70.605 72.656 82.712 90.653 72.063 539 2.447 70.753 112.302 88.706 70.302 62.656 66.370 93.913 88.815 60.536 86.12% 1.590 83.485 96.774 108.808 61.699 2.536 80.31% -6.210 76.531 74.779 75.64% -0.394 102.38% 5.351 1.928 65.007 66.419 60.903 86.025 80.951 81. water.318 76.023 110.313 87.52% 62.683 113.486 88.878 83.487 77.918 66.477 410 -16 3.64% 1.287 105.661 94.791 59.309 57.975 84.503 2.63% -1.985 82.735 -81 -4.228 68.559 107.903 73.529 92.270 75.635 86.847 311 -5.796 67.698 60.682 89.352 -1.406 380 2.403 80.024 102.355 112.192 99.482 75.38% -0.680 69.469 99.680 90.888 81.895 75.92% 0.655 65.620 74.620 91.69% -2.592 63.797 73.935 84.737 84.323 82.674 60.034 116.472 5.276 92.59% 1.026 85.973 97.878 68.62% 2.472 106.845 55.95% 2.441 84.352 106.706 57.532 69.972 72.185 55.580 75.634 104.358 65.687 68.800 100.820 65.840 66.077 77. engines.464 104.67% 4.148 60.758 77.525 80.628 84.13% -0.852 69.892 73.300 118.16% -6.149 83.526 57.671 68.827 85.088 71.990 63.518 91.616 56.367 68.546 85.403 86.223 107.182 90.811 56.554 95.795 89.862 1.264 78.855 58.857 88.45% 1.787 86.521 61.179 65.46% -0.508 93.911 54.687 95.936 64.113 60.931 111.367 103.042 70.171 99.764 90.147 64.976 56.518 95.492 67.022 77.543 74.271 87.295 85.560 74.682 50.01% 7.377 60.444 88.451 60.74% -1.984 1.263 112.80% -6.022 86.201 84.463 86.136 74.329 104.266 58.26% -2.082 73.805 94.12% 0.064 97.449 596 4.571 61.901 76.02% 5.503 73.700 60.699 58.20% 2.96% 2.810 63.Combustion Engineer Job Description: Perform engineering duties in planning and designing tools.169 76.980 83.57% 0.18% 3.340 65. gas.49% -4.557 79.980 104. operation.305 96.563 84.314 67.136 69.241 61.488 56.825 75.599 70.623 -5.674 105.68% 0.659 114.869 74.716 58.996 99. and other mechanically functioning equipment.010 65.025 -445 1.069 55.157 72.31% 1.381 73.157 49.47% 3.482 66.243 70.878 1.150 92.401 75.747 65.564 105.964 1.029 97.313 -1.602 0. Oversee installation.820 72. and steam systems.483 68.824 48.752 84.424 94.567 -620 665 -415 -647 -5.476 88.186 86.464 82.486 54.533 88.779 106.501 132.107 448 -151 1.489 90.71% 1.021 81.962 79.342 60.398 59.922 102.378 90.408 84.631 69.490 63.943 88.763 68.446 53.403 96.

124 49.087 40.017 4.02% 11.009 45.892 35.045 38.378 43.02% 20.13% 4.983 8.326 42.634 5.418 57.972 16.184 34.467 38.990 6.867 50.438 72.274 40.081 17.10% 3.771 37.270 34. and other compliance and enforcement inspection activities not classified elsewhere.477 63.630 9.092 62.212 43.72% 9.460 41.996 52.021 45.18% 20.526 69.868 44.10% 17.119 50.616 67.343 58.528 67. & Tech.17% -1.931 55.742 33.722 11.083 39.399 42.974 85.745 84.402 56.052 39.878 34.039 35.538 7. Inc.276 4.668 64.828 53.647 39.142 41.32% 8.765 49.359 59.372 53.223 66.65% 19.73% 7.27% 14.641 44.092 5.005 4.522 8.390 60.115 58.36% 49.657 56.014 61. Services Construction Health Services Leisure Management Manufacturing Mining Other Services Prof.089 79.209 43.394 57.147 63.26% 22.636 44.580 76.789 69.236 37.684 8.683 45.60% 37.733 69.147 40.551 44.160 69.975 80.520 35.583 70.48% 16.513 11.663 6.240 41.527 45.978 47.562 48.184 9.052 66.962 83.209 64.691 56.815 84.248 63.95% 12.090 39.357 38.566 10.55% 16.906 47.552 39.421 52.115 44.818 90.078 76.42% 12. evaluates.263 38.391 52.734 47.120 72.285 72.260 48.690 54.954 73.784 10.695 61.924 78.565 36.736 82.516 4.138 46.220 64.141 47.284 57.874 44.019 62.00% 10.769 59.287 3.873 62.562 64.51% 41.314 60.522 64.387 82.856 51.279 57.01% 3.26% 8. (17104400) 11 .911 73.409 64.184 4.120 74.537 34.725 69.398 50.396 57.898 50.032 52.561 79.907 74.029 71.825 44.148 52.71% 15.849 8.089 43.084 79.157 38. Public Admin.140 40.684 72.496 49.682 39.312 10.012 62.146 43.444 37.618 83.566 2.349 58.588 47.736 48.177 38.635 31.822 7.657 50.418 5.411 38.971 65.78% 11.138 44.815 58.736 69.908 72.97% 14.76% 11.690 43.744 1.383 67.19% 15.112 3.703 75.568 76.681 54.53% 21.968 38.23% 3.77% 5.470 36.614 7.105 36.177 32.476 54.945 35.036 80.054 44.235 34.102 4.404 57.57% 21.565 55.279 35.212 38.968 32.821 61.626 53.535 59.61% 8.248 37.692 44.204 16.323 56.784 60.35% 13.870 63.088 75.471 42.548 65.847 56.356 43.924 36.398 57.524 73.924 35.801 51.631 78.612 56.07% 13.158 74.52% 4.922 15.102 58.864 48.131 62.890 57.360 49.572 8.317 63.682 47.505 43.014 51.252 84.540 70.214 39.571 69.595 61.217 48.925 63.574 41.237 43.562 47.45% 2.88% 21.049 36.764 68.169 67.541 33.622 53.469 1.096 42.869 41.586 56.387 31.030 35.413 42.839 72.843 3.089 69.971 55.013 4.223 58.84% 19.843 37.594 71.787 9.624 44.000 45.690 59.44% 9.189 46.343 47.786 61.420 58.293 50.03% 11.654 58.466 42.366 49.704 40.891 37.635 66.403 63. Transportation Utilities Wholesale 38.305 51.38% -6.956 63.552 66.483 49.353 51.969 2.392 61.115 10.918 41.893 50.444 68.533 48.587 -548 1.956 54.770 47.551 34.868 46.760 48.893 74.Compliance Officer Job Description: Examines.756 55.733 11.943 55.850 654 6.462 44.497 44.602 90.598 78.312 50.54% 3.454 36.477 77.242 60.446 34.090 66.930 85.931 68.844 62.300 50.86% 37.753 67.060 52.538 48.942 64.507 64.226 45.969 65.774 51.074 43.496 79.541 57.499 59.229 55.134 20.941 79.33% 18.16% 20.896 51.94% 9.911 65.887 69.271 63.53% 5.312 61.890 4.432 32.797 2.389 52.081 38.158 1.938 47.529 50.242 58.297 77.746 34.705 81.696 44.590 505 16.963 32.390 45.233 42.589 37.807 43.997 53.459 42.385 61.153 34.962 74.394 69.002 71.238 76.482 48.48% 4.729 77.074 76.770 57.18% 0.928 44.237 5.913 61.267 61.19% 3.093 48.215 40.641 85.660 51.923 37.729 67.837 50.90% 7.01% 10.751 51.288 44.932 2.93% 6.375 37.16% 32.062 35.212 5.985 69.25% 10.113 62.056 47.820 65.795 70.251 43.271 65.46% 20.176 -3.595 34.966 46.268 36.062 9.355 49.541 71.556 51.695 63.746 68.385 48.063 69.311 3.771 37.538 52.597 55.914 41.23% 32.949 56.054 2.742 40.604 62.238 85.03% 8.78% 16.217 3.353 40.645 43. and investigates eligibility for or conformity with laws and regulations governing contract compliance of licenses and permits.945 40.802 42.923 65.011 6.137 44.089 59.569 69.690 2.768 53.746 48.874 54.179 81.382 43.705 64.754 36.912 52.292 63.599 60.124 62.20% 1. Annual Salary ($) 7/1/2010 25th 50th Increase/Decrease 7/1/2011 75th 25th 50th 50th Percentile 75th Dollars Percent All Employers Nationwide All Employers Admin.873 88.091 1.476 37.238 68.150 4.16% 22.774 58.354 5.011 85.050 8.61% 2.44% All Employers by State Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming ©Business & Legal Reports.728 43.874 65.579 10.823 38.

330 44.18% 8. Annual Salary ($) 7/1/2010 25th 50th Increase/Decrease 7/1/2011 75th 25th 50th 50th Percentile 75th Dollars Percent All Employers Nationwide All Employers Admin.59% 12.653 65.960 46.600 48.618 29.325 79.60% 0.310 35.820 44.237 35.46% 4.339 96.12% 7.420 48.125 32.244 94.685 56.800 49.488 5.249 55.815 71.172 -95 5.933 77.254 62.766 65.373 30.874 55.013 1.526 45.550 77.490 4.142 44. hazardous materials spills) disasters or hostage situations.12% -0.659 7.541 1.965 44.474 59.334 46.g.859 28.616 63.361 50.828 59.32% 2.55% -33.526 105.695 51.223 45.440 59.984 30.339 35.283 43.652 105.73% 1.303 61.253 59.141 57.173 599 6. earthquakes).265 18.782 74.251 56.544 56.262 48.044 1.856 80.214 73.53% 4.619 54.045 90.753 78.994 1.611 43.726 55.270 63.359 85.080 95.023 48.394 1.997 47.303 45.119 58.833 70.52% 0.620 44.814 37.246 72.550 741 16.452 46.87% 4.550 49.54% 19.647 -176 2.157 55.768 51.913 1.415 26.240 59.90% 0.293 62.026 54.031 77.551 41.800 14.017 1.805 37.794 80.754 81.136 46.17% 11.647 28.480 85.60% 3.720 73.220 76.973 51.236 3..555 4.364 75.498 48.290 97.53% 0.415 68.716 40.460 74.045 53.030 -15.50% 8.085 90.986 49. wartime.801 76.338 31.871 59.530 57.875 48.155 6.11% 3.67% 14.010 65.460 38.833 50.156 48.644 -268 2.185 62.031 69.566 46.776 67.371 92.77% -11.939 53.51% 1. Public Admin.663 60.785 49.246 68.163 41.101 56.129 59.884 42. nuclear power plant emergencies.60% 4.04% 4.659 53.615 37.395 86.676 44.005 66.474 71.02% 30.478 49.919 44.443 33.716 63. floods.026 46.730 30.019 52.647 58.85% 3.338 35.446 28.237 91.966 64.378 39.822 38.937 48.419 77.389 59.44% 6.196 -860 393 890 447 2.635 35.357 68.337 68.809 52.205 68.951 88.627 2.190 81.125 41.110 4.292 49.748 78.816 33.160 62.670 68.946 -5.478 60.72% -0.14% 3.109 90. or technological (e. hurricanes.166 40.609 44.597 89.828 96.962 38.511 53.34% -1.822 50.791 54.002 64.324 61.878 66.045 59.415 53.172 29.490 59.341 34.523 32.46% -1.981 66.227 -319 5.991 2.642 45.721 51.958 54.624 54.525 8.605 53.090 44.510 67. Services Health Services Management Manufacturing Other Services Prof.916 37.553 47.059 86.12% 3.372 74.549 50.463 61.350 66.145 74.768 54.874 83.386 33.925 65.967 38.027 52.304 65.474 65.163 39.16% 7.241 77.782 67.062 46.942 33.980 51.395 90.44% 11.544 62.913 69.097 2.647 43. provide disaster preparedness training.239 48. Transportation Utilities 40.423 70.447 30.220 78.002 52.490 44.637 46.81% 4.46% -13.233 883 -555 -1.325 85.234 49.996 56.886 266 4.995 52.685 95.972 38.789 38.771 51.503 66.820 58.864 85.159 65.972 30.366 61.031 58.500 63.207 62.914 68.g.422 71.25% 0.701 26.562 84. & Tech.810 56.219 39.081 34.129 41.41% 2.547 45.667 81.467 74.60% -1.851 38.Emergency Management Directors Job Description: Coordinate disaster response or crisis management activities.006 66.221 36.75% 1.633 52.61% 34.55% 26.064 27.768 39.248 48.912 4.600 261 12.012 40.47% All Employers by State Alabama Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming 12 2011–2012 EHS Salary Guide .886 46.271 52.763 48.219 70.191 15.520 39.584 51.274 48.14% 5.562 58.260 52.568 65.109 53.291 44.030 40.57% 15.559 50.313 53.363 59.363 40.074 52.524 -7.120 34.231 61.635 55.607 36.133 31.16% 13.571 62.070 44.468 35.661 35.891 77.338 72.326 52.31% 2.932 42.137 43.391 56.348 29.739 51.931 58.548 53.356 48.712 50.854 61.44% 26.01% 1.238 46.544 60.548 44.564 81.443 95.753 57.092 28.890 40.238 55.189 57.491 1.131 83.27% -0.94% 1.610 64.058 64.40% 11.406 67.43% 8.045 67.660 77.676 49.097 58.330 26.474 84.986 8.255 39.361 2.806 19.636 50.421 47.317 34.173 1.001 43.476 75 2.711 54.062 45.824 61.161 40.934 56.52% 5.284 38.311 95.179 80.865 68.969 48.. and prepare emergency plans and procedures for natural (e.250 39.628 47.79% 7.706 45.272 26.694 44.408 -0.96% 2.561 791 1.572 37.740 35.196 2.928 36.113 68.708 53.

493 93.197 3.626 85.152 132.91% 4.824 72.538 151.082 102.794 129.639 149.463 1.09% 7.620 142.469 101.263 116.294 92.875 107.059 131.251 153.733 139.744 100.544 120.85% 2.998 6.913 3.407 166.581 93.989 107.346 4.08% 6.834 93.077 113.15% 5.574 101.939 93.351 103.014 131.685 -1.364 91.551 112.098 107.064 86.421 126.118 125.916 134.464 131.517 74.46% 3.944 99.448 110.387 87.136 140.47% 6.593 101.278 168.547 88.016 91.979 106.30% -1.975 82.486 113.745 -2.799 -185 6.372 78.12% 4.410 120.976 101.959 98.75% -1.541 6.053 103.124 140.856 80.627 84.195 125.608 86.001 89.164 110.144 67.395 120.624 124.277 105.993 109.879 131.952 91.17% -2.561 94.455 89.054 91.990 118.729 120.984 144.395 101.409 118.080 91.009 -1.688 118.865 133.886 144.617 88.208 149.792 100.631 1.352 86.688 123.194 144.401 97.35% 1.609 132.113 166.266 138.308 -3.977 100.550 72.634 150.204 125.828 92.27% 6.985 85.648 120.097 97.197 119.72% 2.531 84.691 3.850 98.471 -2.607 2.72% -3.748 159.922 129.960 107.51% 0.568 124.504 101.037 118.241 -2.778 94.288 147. or coordinate activities in such fields as architecture and engineering or research and development in these fields.27% -0.15% 0.715 110.025 73.995 136.649 131.756 94.405 128.840 124.819 163.733 83.15% 1.95% -7.055 123.968 119.110 88.240 136.673 2.527 111.644 137.870 131.181 149.948 134.948 129.365 103.88% -0.775 141.256 112.609 136.179 125.881 113.944 121.360 126.784 89.71% -0.753 94.235 86.421 89.854 130.04% 42.711 97.032 1.134 110.841 154.284 125.23% 0.004 102.021 108.259 80.370 151.650 112.587 93.546 87.301 82.429 122.760 84.47% 3.147 96.101 78.893 135.826 116.53% 1.53% 3.887 125.480 779 2.93% 1.783 -1.554 106.072 145.198 6.967 150.530 92.220 151.319 122.631 141.598 106.524 104.34% -1.744 4.51% 4.928 169.495 95.251 104.148 148.589 111.99% 0.004 79.934 136.770 72.374 139.246 111.848 96.454 -9.56% 2.488 132.430 100.944 147.157 491 0.128 109.84% -0.197 114.804 151.920 93.169 1.728 103.142 141.485 124.077 130.749 107.050 104.250 4.246 95.760 145.961 159.559 83.248 145.864 117.30% 16.010 5.373 122.741 116.440 107.048 119.716 105.195 152.641 94.311 143.21% 0.396 108.653 96.698 128.711 127.619 144.183 127.649 99.166 117.599 124.480 115.618 122.462 91.666 98.87% 1.359 132. direct.851 116.745 127.04% 8.371 110.514 97.241 -1.407 122.129 139.659 13 .251 112.208 122.957 104.349 121.627 151.050 113.355 155.023 96.450 3.794 106.59% 4.316 108.829 100.121 133.919 130.14% 3.10% 4.422 131.765 79.509 86.159 122.228 112.01% -1.073 150.370 152.470 94.490 4.293 120. Services Construction Health Services Leisure Management Manufacturing Mining Other Services Prof.705 121.271 79.710 92.139 104.944 108.929 -417 -1.07% 3.068 119.032 111.116 90.358 99.445 6 -1.39% 91.942 125.535 124.705 119.734 113.09% -8.027 95.713 81.734 3.Engineering Manager Job Description: Plan.147 145.798 82.366 151. Inc.155 150.290 109.069 87.083 125.534 135.277 108.544 121.02% 0.208 79.396 95.51% 3.785 125.26% 1.701 140.494 91.464 135.193 105.909 86.899 93.661 105.559 83.18% 4.572 104.747 109.232 3.024 23.361 530 2.946 124.662 114.35% All Employers Nationwide All Employers Admin.585 129.80% 3.595 120.807 9.328 4.026 112.374 149.105 2.140 101.388 84.550 141.570 -2.69% 2.594 17.866 86.646 97. Transportation Utilities Wholesale All Employers by State Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming ©Business & Legal Reports.539 103.880 138.436 1.331 77.597 104.223 96.677 114.904 154.335 110.394 97.074 79.482 3.469 137.10% 1.577 135.988 90.615 131.145 110.076 79.135 118.163 144.790 110.522 124.601 128.462 79.563 446 2.465 117.505 115.036 109.486 121.552 100.313 127.832 139.073 91. Annual Salary ($) 7/1/2010 Increase/Decrease 7/1/2011 50th Percentile 25th 50th 75th 25th 50th 75th Dollars Percent 95.312 109.320 77.984 98.092 99.729 130.328 159.03% -1.062 87.973 104.856 97.63% 2.494 102. (17104400) 151.032 108.327 120.195 122.114 126.994 96.404 1.057 4.39% -1.436 114.140 -1.555 94.781 139.764 95.535 79.91% 21.592 97.74% 1. Public Admin.97% -2.535 144.733 3.440 133.631 78.31% 1.753 132.685 135.002 95.077 99.985 -4. & Tech.180 96.368 -3.168 120.671 98.939 105.547 130.004 88.054 136.952 94.40% -2.706 112.798 108.874 155.033 96.476 137.00% -1.564 108.555 1.207 296 -41 32.881 7.922 103.260 -7.355 4.478 123.151 108.72% -5.572 92.260 110.812 153.400 88.897 141.356 89.094 0.258 85.79% -2.79% 2.111 83.136 1.

360 68.882 90.893 83.249 2.410 69.245 81.596 -4.071 90.452 64.870 1.500 -801 -505 -1.18% -0.018 74.686 68.015 64.036 56.426 74.412 65.435 64.651 63.278 86.701 95.454 69.422 76.262 80.254 67.159 62.065 83.65% -1.842 880 1.834 1.737 4.807 111.547 95.000 78.563 96.363 95.558 96.525 82.563 58.943 -1.371 1.18% -0.592 67.340 94.879 73.414 85.134 50.679 66.250 78.167 104.762 75.905 82.836 66.33% -3. Public Admin.492 100.757 53.415 71.452 74.570 63.11% 1.289 55.085 111. plan.741 65.932 96.516 76.866 74.633 99.311 -1.974 62.292 54.00% -3.443 54.809 98.662 62.560 65.805 80.716 104.127 57.331 93.031 64.011 69.477 70.93% -2.24% 3.244 120.272 101.369 64.610 58.10% 3.028 7.186 5.947 68.053 87.305 6.356 130.272 94.42% -1.832 61.784 81.641 99.943 70.616 70.125 81.946 -594 5.29% 2.238 86.941 104.439 110.494 84.373 96.684 63.406 -996 -62 481 -1.037 104.260 99.682 80.958 54.185 87.294 -1.740 101.135 94.290 95.648 59.083 97.759 71.549 92.562 105.979 54.218 68.946 63.571 86.250 64.828 101.35% All Employers by State Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming 14 2011–2012 EHS Salary Guide .989 98.155 80.468 77.64% 1.126 63.165 91.375 68.326 74.33% 4.005 84.724 71.411 66.876 100.975 87.424 83. & Tech.855 78.676 58.917 84.510 61.194 90.427 98.752 -334 -1.244 86.012 94.983 77.359 103. Services Construction Health Services Management Manufacturing Mining Other Services Prof.82% -0.826 57.614 91.78% -1.036 53.206 2.881 1.575 53.065 52.012 56.058 79.701 98.728 88.453 62.685 80.681 75.774 95.425 76.921 101.581 90.648 79.907 83.885 81.343 80.439 53.498 91.867 65.861 58.993 99.29% -0.41% -1.071 80.092 86.755 89.321 92.603 82.380 52.889 70.716 99.968 67.584 76.183 79.221 93.872 88.437 84.507 64. or perform engineering duties in the prevention.61% 4.190 80.921 79.588 63.06% -0.448 81.582 57.658 69.729 64.484 65.253 1.934 78. and remediation of environmental health hazards utilizing various engineering disciplines.59% -4.397 129 6.665 96.184 97.810 75.643 96.008 84.382 77.442 -1.735 106.762 64.339 60. Annual Salary ($) 7/1/2010 25th 50th Increase/Decrease 7/1/2011 75th 25th 50th 50th Percentile 75th Dollars Percent All Employers Nationwide All Employers Admin.05% 5.752 80.92% -1.566 98.856 69.778 93.519 65.678 2.14% 7.06% -1.489 81.71% -5.22% -1. Work may include waste treatment.808 84.19% 54.153 79.678 63.566 73.091 -4.036 89.378 65.87% 3.704 84.361 69.00% -0.448 68.28% 8.163 49.307 100.144 79.677 70.001 101.264 56.07% -0.900 83.244 73.909 54.07% 0.31% 8.01% 2.182 108.495 69.315 66.073 92.689 3.89% 2.241 3.728 3.229 85.507 65.22% 5.021 64.898 45.736 63.700 83.136 59.21% -0.413 79.75% 1.576 51.001 78.068 61.399 953 2.368 64.627 63.846 94.944 84.142 59.224 83.029 74.395 68.092 80.45% 6.649 91.772 106.34% 2.570 61.859 80.429 58.946 82.796 61.751 81.874 66.144 66.81% -1.261 75.98% 0.206 109.22% -0.69% 3.089 -59 -275 -2.705 64.505 100.222 91.314 2.313 60.166 100.232 -1.703 59.120 77.372 62.623 60.241 73.51% 2.267 62.431 75.304 101.356 64.409 85.908 62.241 102.899 55.626 63.594 2.841 -364 4.067 80.16% 7.521 51.350 -2.061 65.569 63.18% 5.194 85.199 98.384 91.27% 2.920 64.159 89.497 61.933 69.123 65.77% -2.28% 0.343 96.959 69.270 90.60% -0.Environmental Engineer Job Description: Design.328 106.68% -2.232 72.73% 6.53% -4.629 59.901 99.890 64.045 81.699 -3. control.861 2.460 79.698 73.155 79.414 -526 -3.124 56.298 76.047 71.788 103.144 82. Transportation Utilities Wholesale 61.79% 1.436 72. site remediation.667 70.870 57.548 86.042 6.018 82.510 56.965 69.25% 3.903 57.216 67.045 59.70% -4.506 70.849 87.370 106.282 -1.726 81.956 105.017 2.163 71.863 -149 1.015 73.658 48.837 82.238 101.165 83.998 92.264 62.619 79.271 57.752 99.103 62.742 96.585 90.892 101.441 83.301 59.088 103.482 100.219 -48 4.012 74.539 61.532 85.191 88.966 62.112 81.301 101.696 99.549 95.04% 7.075 61.578 86. or pollution control technology.274 100.506 58.222 59.002 1.254 89.376 86.189 85.216 55.324 260 2.569 94.792 79.767 100.613 113.943 68.

26% 4.41 27.61 25.46 33.00% 3.12 22.31 36.53 -1.51% -4.43 17.41 32.76 35.90 32.17 17.19 16.27 -1.14 23.11 -2.74 30.04 19.89 23.24 17.61 22.46 -0. Utilities Wholesale 16.47 15.33 19.53 16.14 18.99 25.99 16.56 16.88 25.21% 4.41% 2.05 26.54 34.53% 13.15 28.48 24.19 22.85 27.54 23.28% -1.21 18.21 16.39% -13.91 17.43 -0.60 18.62 17.78 23.49 28.65 14.46 27.50 0.21 15.56 35.23 2.21 23.77 33.93 24.89 20.65 21.54 25.66 -3.13 16. and remediation of environmental pollution.51% -0.31 19.39 21.98 13.03 22.18 21.01 27.93% 20.76 17.60 30.94 31.55 14.21 18.07 0.35% 4.56 24.64 0.55 25.61 26.44 21.95 1.82 16.53 19.07 15.81 23.95 -0.95 15.69 20.87 3.68 0.22 17.27 19.26 32.76 24.96 -0.38 25.03 19.35 24.37 23.60 15.92 12.60 19.97% -1. May assist in the development of environmental pollution remediation devices under direction of engineer.12 30.53% All Employers by State Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Florida Georgia Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming ©Business & Legal Reports.25 5.63 14.75 17.09 19.90 0.72 28.08 19.55 16.65 17. and operate equipment and devices used in the prevention.27 20.01 0.24 20.70 24.94% -7.68% 0.20 24.64 21.73 25.88 17.99 18.96 20.61 14.93 21.69 20.43 20.82 19.66 27.17 -1.28 0.34 13.55 -0.02 20.51 20.75 20.82 21.92 26.76% 3.88 20. & Tech.51 31.04 18.51 12.90 19.95 15.94 -1.72 26.12 19.60 32.72% 9.12 18.94 17.22 19.88 27.32 24.54 27.55 1.46 22.27 20.34% 3.14 18.07 15.31 25.62 27.24 21.99 20.22 23.35 12.36 0.62 15.69 23.22 25.51 22.43 -0.18 28.46% -8.20 34.70 16.15 26. Hourly Rate ($) Increase/Decrease 7/1/2010 25th 50th 7/1/2011 75th 25th 50th 50th Percentile 75th Dollars Percent All Employers Nationwide All Employers Admin.72 18.31 0.01 23.25 31.07 1.89 21. Inc.50 20.68% -0. (17104400) 15 .45 22.57% 3.41 28.53 19.50 17.40 23.11 23.56 21. test.17 19.37 16.91 22.65 -0.17 36.14% -4.10 16.63 23.60 21.82 18.39 25.15% -5.46 24.11 -0.68 25.40 18.12% 0.90 29.82 30.38 17.67 28.44 27.19 22.95% 14.84 16.31 14.40 18.64 19.30 19.72 21.85 24.29% 29.19 20.81 20.24 0.19% -3.89 -6.24 29. Services Construction Management Manufacturing Mining Other Services Prof.42 30.87 25.99% -7.46 21.09% 5.40% -2.23 17.55 20.16% -2.25 15.96 16.69 23.21 17.09 2.66 28.52 20.21 16.38 -0.37 17.79% 1.22% -7.83 22.41 24.81 16.57 24.31 27.47 22.64 16.54 30.74 22.19 24.78 21.04% 4.84 19.54 22.71 19.39 0.31% -0.13 16.96 0.06 16.67 1.05 33.11 16.84 22.85 27.55 22.91 19.84 20.86 22.84 17. including waste treatment and site remediation.74 0.82 20.54 17.54 -0.62 22.48 -0.63 15.77 33.48 17.38% 10.06 15.33 15.84 15.70 29.87% -1.58 12.77 19.61 26.56 28.56 27.33 17.40 15.43 19.49 13.12 19.27 20.57 -0.94 27.21 1.02 -0.41 23.55 -0.85 16.15 17.55 22.26% 4.44 17.41 22.38 19.61 19.02 0.99 17.03 -1.07 21.62% 11.13 28.58% -6.25 30.60 21.61 27.41 22.85 20.07 14.22 26.04 16.06 16.91% -13.29 15.82 25.96 25.54 25.65 26.72 1.80 19.19 17.73 18.47 29.26 25. control.49 20.74% 3.50 17.39 15.58 1.75% -1.36 22.53% 1.98 -3.91 18.00 26.95 23.87% -2.08 24.77% 4.66 24.31 21.12 22. Job Description: Apply theory and principles of environmental engineering to modify.78 0.23 15.76 14.77 23.61% -0.97% -0.86 27.76 0.69 0.31 32.48% 3.71 17.85 16.35% 16.63% 76.84 18. Public Admin.97 18.10 20.48 17.28 18.57 17.43 18.36 33.16 30.33 17.16 18.39 23.23 26.09 29.25 20.83 19.18 19.92% 5.55 22.04 16.54 26.75% -3.02 18.88 13.50 20.82 27.53 26.Environmental Engineering Tech.61% 4.51 17.95 2.09 1.30 20.41 19.35 29.61 16.39 20.79 -0.65 24.56 -1.36 29.78 26.40 14.91 -0.21 16.59 25.34 21.53% -20.62% 8.13 21.96 20.10 15.11% -2.32 20.45 22.84 -3.20 28.00 25.10 -0.89 34.95 21.99 26.93 16.

688 -6.078 74.715 80.082 52.777 1.20% 0.832 63.792 47.745 2.425 -1.083 54.360 7.734 70.766 69.92% 9.760 55.680 32.222 47.211 70.233 66.995 58.316 71.375 68.293 74.261 61.390 39.806 74.678 51.775 82.098 68.567 75.413 86.838 72.664 63.391 70.644 44.888 59.414 -1.883 55.522 34.869 68.257 96.010 3.678 45.695 92.055 38.Environmental Planner Job Description: Plan and design land areas for such projects as parks and other recreational facilities.68% -10.242 44.93% -8.480 76.330 94.471 52. highways.046 62.401 66.619 51.573 2.495 32.726 59.691 63.054 50.741 43.66% -1.90% 12.01% -20.590 58.139 44.08% 0.80% All Employers by State Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New York North Carolina Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Virginia Washington Wisconsin Wyoming 16 2011–2012 EHS Salary Guide .06% 74.906 73.892 50.458 75.213 43.772 58.683 49.940 80.023 42.980 -49.783 39.78% 12.184 81.804 73.762 82.28% 0.226 55.225 73.390 52.361 54.16% -3.269 60.468 97.455 96.768 56.846 40.996 65.988 52.800 51.966 61.213 85.919 53.161 71.132 68.081 41.519 75.060 70.489 74.972 46.498 54. Public Admin.969 48.575 60.43% 5.50% 2.527 58.514 53.021 1.275 -2. and residential sites.052 37.392 88.628 63.268 4.725 3.098 70.712 75.442 594 -5.221 40.284 50.496 66.002 53.32% -3.913 888 2.882 69.865 45.812 57.844 47.604 47.425 49.661 38.905 75.126 47.698 72.191 52.368 53.966 75.390 48.425 48.661 44.459 48.309 45.897 41.315 41.691 40.460 1.734 50.83% -8.381 81.376 76.448 62.97% 2.172 51.285 48.011 32.143 72.886 40. industrial.104 981 -4.371 88.169 47.906 58.097 64.595 63.180 51.886 43.952 -197 1.666 47.57% -3.871 46.725 71.726 78.530 1.320 -2.373 59.71% 1.294 64.85% -7.10% 3.343 -2.120 -1.086 74.551 53.375 51.047 98.640 95.619 63.164 59.873 61.684 -6.845 60.586 54.773 100.154 49.20% 7.218 2.054 68. Services Construction Leisure Management Prof.663 72.547 66.084 79. Annual Salary ($) 7/1/2010 25th 50th Increase/Decrease 7/1/2011 75th 25th 50th 50th Percentile 75th Dollars Percent All Employers Nationwide All Employers Admin.864 47.860 67.714 46.849 69.878 87.264 66.321 78. & Tech.917 49.486 -5.824 62.286 65.77% -4.915 40.589 67.129 63.399 56.22% 3.626 93.468 57.698 44.711 93.585 69.734 48.046 64.473 1.362 69.519 44.186 62.148 62.97% 1.725 48.694 76.592 63.140 71. land subdivisions.451 62.850 56.057 33.02% -26.664 66.40% 3.684 -2.437 53. 48.077 96.806 46.108 -56.988 85.788 41.412 4.09% -2.265 54.177 82.113 595 48 1.007 73.71% -0.006 47.929 43.233 60.358 57.237 48.623 59.96% 0.933 74.98% 13.222 96.445 48.781 39.07% -7.553 75.330 94.275 98.901 84.358 71.922 73.333 61.037 45.432 62.570 61.225 48.650 61.205 82.671 49.558 43. hospitals.217 63.065 41.768 93.984 52.737 66.571 64.214 44.378 55.480 42.210 72.826 361 1.226 57.884 82.06% 5.431 67. schools.792 59.272 78.576 45.330 81.91% 4.310 34.78% 3.462 54.870 2.827 64.406 86.832 83.39% -2. airports.334 55.87% -4.94% 4.370 64.845 71.86% 2.064 40.547 77.681 88.794 494 -768 -4.564 66.75% 5.469 73.830 42.379 43.042 76.373 45. and commercial.457 47.318 48.114 77.480 -4.39% 4.765 83.28% -7.238 39.403 47.619 64.805 -3.32% 2.12% -7.031 34.220 46.233 75.704 83.263 62.71% 3.344 47.134 55.33% 6.629 60.232 72.363 57.063 70.418 77.221 91.078 74.157 77.93% 1.094 36.267 80.873 59.985 2.404 39.534 85.796 2.071 40.195 52.368 38.357 60.808 7.823 82.399 78.292 2.254 32.720 82.44% 7.762 -13.359 52.526 8.138 55.057 -18.468 43.04% 10.50% -6.897 91.025 56.810 37.387 60.668 56.567 83.577 102.301 3.293 6.639 46.

85 19.28 20.45 19.03 26.74 23.00 20.06 17.96 13.86 22.50 13. soil.07 19.18 1.41 15.03 19. Services Construction Health Services Management Manufacturing Mining Other Services Prof.15% 3.20 22.28 -1.86 26.18 19.13 25.50 23.16 19.75% 39.37 -2.76 17.50 -0.75 18.67 16.76 3. Utilities Wholesale 16.37% -3.39 26.14 20.08 0.32 31.71 22.44 13.20 18.78 31.94 27.07 25.75 17.56 15.76 -2.68 15.11 22.40% -4.37 -0.45 25.44 -6.45 15.86 25.06 19.09 13.04 22.95 23.18 23.60 16.40 19.27 18.63 21.09 -0.05 25.54% 10.41 -0.73 20.54 14.60 0.75 11.41% 1.73 25.92% -0.12 15.34 14.27 18.87 16. Science and Protection Tech.11 -0.29 20.70 17.03 12.20 1.24 18.18 -0.62 15. may collect samples of gases.37 0.03 21.54 19.57% 3.31 25.58 20.76 -7.90 21.51 0.04 0.45 24.37 20.56 25.05 -0.79 30.22 19.69 -3.32 24.65 13.96 26.80 17.84% 1.05 20.82 22.48 12. Public Admin.59% All Employers by State Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming ©Business & Legal Reports.61 16.96 33.20 25.32 18.16 13.38 19.14 21.22 16.91 16.72 23.04 21.16 16.90 26.26 13.01 3.40 15.93 0.26 23.93 20.98 17.48 20.33 11.40 22.37 13.63 9.64 15.47 12.95 17.95 28.12 25.30 15.44 24.46 18.42 24.11 22.68 25.97 25.34 16.24 20.33 32.61 21.18 16.95% 11.25 19.44% -1.51 30.23 25.00 21.51% 3.17 17.43 17.93% 4.87 14.66 15.39 0.19% 4.66 14.46 23.62 28.16 25.40 15.31 13.22 2.94 25.18 -0.29 16.27 21.57 14.18 14.28% -1.13 19.92 15.94% -5.05 20.13 19.27 30.34 27.01 5.07 -6.47 23.12 19. Job Description: Performs laboratory and field tests to monitor the environment and investigate sources of pollution.13 5.25 16.42% 0.03 15.01 19.82 17.17 33.27 21.76 28.90 24. & Tech.92 26.81 18.99 26.64 22.68 21.18 22.25 15.86 41.88% -10.41 17.30% 7.40 29.Enviro.47 19.65 0.30 -1.09 25.47 13.65 20.24 21.17 22.82% -2.13 16.19% 17.82 16.64 20.90 28.50% -1.77% -1.02 17.59 16.62 0.42 -1.16 29.27 -0.08 21.47 25. Under direction of an environmental scientist or specialist.20 0.91 11.82 16.38 0.12 22.05 24.11 19.79 23.58 21.37 -0.28 17.41 23.73 -0.61 18.05% 14.85 13.40 20.52 18.65 21.39 33.54 -0.28 0.86 17.00% 0.64 24.77 18.61 0.89 20. (17104400) 17 .15 23.44 18.07 16.38 -0.15 20.06% -1.72 20.80 25.74 17.79 27.65 26.58 16.81 27.42% 0.92 0.19 20.10 22.47 22.58 13.80 15.09% 1.68 22.59% 1.48 16.66 20.61% 15.04 19.27 19.49 16.14 15.52 24.20 15.78 18.98 30.19 13.71 19.38 19.48 16.32% -19.58 19.30 13.92 23.44 24.70 28.90 13.25 -1.48 0.09 20.36 15.51% 5.29 27.95 16.04 0.48 23.85% 12.77% 2.08 20.71 15.94 16.74 28.75 25.50 28.47 18.62 1.06% -30.46 19.00 20.65 14.59 -0.27% -4.51 29.46 26.15 25.02 13.53 16.36 -0.58 23.95 15.43 -0.42 20.21 22.10 19.29 24.02 16.69% 3. Hourly Rate ($) Increase/Decrease 7/1/2010 25th 50th 7/1/2011 75th 25th 50th 50th Percentile 75th Dollars Percent All Employers Nationwide All Employers Admin.02 32.24 17.48 28.37 17.31 16.42 15. water.62 22.43 13.33 18.36 15.24 20.18 24.67% -6.57 17.81 16.90% -0.40 17.01% -0.53 23.32 16.98% -17.07 24.04 26.09 22.25 16.62 0.14 19.10 0.55% -3.80 25.90% -19.84 18.24 0.80 20.50 15.90% 1.63 21.46 20.84 24.23 19.85% -1.42 15.70 17.80 18.44 14.43 20.63 19.34 26.73 15.40 -5.25 15.55 18.54% -2.81 22.94 24.40% 3.67 20.85 13.14 18.12 17.93% -11.61 15.76 19.96 0.83 15.23% 2.80 21.68 16.65 14.69 26.07 24.12 17.20% 1.01 15.00 33.25 -0.17 -0.49 22.96 17.84 19.80 25.08 20.98 18.28 21.25% 30.35% -8.74 19.04 26.18 16.32% -0.42 20.50 15.23 34.59 21.27 1.80 18.29 26.12 22.29% -4.97% 15.25 18. and other materials for testing and take corrective actions as assigned.09 14.47 3. Inc.68 20.07 14.19 23.03 16.91 27.68 15.71 0.15 13.04% -1.04 23.11 18.32 -1.77% -1.25 -1.67 16.07 17.52 15.38 26. including those that affect health.37 18.07% -2.66 18.95% 0.63 19.06 28.16 23.60% 3.76 20.28 14.06 17.59 35.59 24.73 17.57 35.58 22.43 0.94 26.

816 50. abating.842 60.346 81.512 83.675 46.950 56.733 44.671 70.83% -2.078 69.515 85.339 49.681 7. synthesize.658 49.36% 8.377 87.23% 1.729 58.410 51.708 100.153 91.615 42.235 61.923 81.06% -3.960 83. "Fish and Game Wardens".073 71.32% -7.462 42.067 64.11% -0.023 56.590 57.895 6.062 83.729 57.181 64.504 44. food.810 87.06% 3. Exclude "Zoologists and Wildlife Biologists".371 72.648 79.295 55.670 70.381 102.31% -2.006 46.721 86.17% -0.890 72.885 102.557 61.605 36.526 64.77% 1.591 46.306 -3.471 44.273 38.777 57.299 41.740 68.423 73.038 68.825 69.308 78.115 83.372 39.529 36.726 41.813 83.692 118.237 58. and "Forest and Conservation Workers".873 60.855 54.219 52.017 62. and take action based on data derived from measurements or observations of air.274 53.607 69.874 64.870 62.875 69.518 44.059 -2.888 66.44% -1.024 47.791 54.963 54.830 43.716 9.290 60.716 53.120 48.999 54.501 57.434 -2.386 47.277 111.844 76.726 39.298 61.426 84.762 48.21% -1.603 45.603 47.845 42.682 42. Utilizing knowledge of various scientific disciplines may collect.804 62.713 37.259 9.87% 0.469 95.862 52.45% 15.413 2.366 55. "Forest and Conservation Technicians".560 -903 557 928 3.529 51.62% -1.743 52.706 35. and other sources.614 593 -1.001 43.681 69.302 58.460 71.190 50.932 46.245 62.199 1.203 85.375 44.472 -707 -1.78% 11.31% -6.896 -1.79% -4.323 48.495 52.511 70.281 42.604 75.506 57.951 -1.87% 0.081 1.088 73.359 59.305 41. water.221 70.159 87.603 68.194 98.684 85.680 54.964 40.321 65.662 52.807 70.743 69.042 65.097 56.760 71.585 77.299 93.755 42.711 83.049 -232 -12.79% 2.006 38.181 76.818 3.687 64.74% -1.862 64.384 66.371 70.594 65.007 53.371 72.168 66.829 62.234 70.319 86.33% 4.943 75.39% 2.72% 41.326 6.662 55.861 51.10% 0.297 59.275 49.393 64. report.174 53.588 59.393 57. study.190 62.385 58.85% -1.521 79.620 68.983 70.42% -0.576 95.267 67.547 54.828 91. "Conservation Scientists".895 64.33% 2.98% -0.478 57.423 81.111 57.133 42.752 4.064 -5.93% 7.788 42.369 59.51% 2.418 69.986 62.285 68.745 48.566 50.353 63.800 102.959 44.361 85.745 64.668 49.90% -4.208 54. Public Admin.657 63.676 52.569 49.204 52.05% 0.940 52.822 53.805 -3.455 46.806 48.29% -4.048 94.24% -0.177 39.656 67.23% -2.573 -601 -214 -1.719 63.635 47.57% 5.775 -1.374 72.53% -1.439 50.413 57.323 53.188 52.694 86.41% -4.417 95.764 43.674 103.567 88.223 -2.697 43.990 55.771 49.484 64.331 60.782 47.291 88.434 61.678 49.073 74.158 52.441 1.04% -2.10% 0.238 72.334 69.460 69.195 65.657 37.912 53.654 70.413 98.39% 2.543 53. Annual Salary ($) 7/1/2010 25th 50th Increase/Decrease 7/1/2011 75th 25th 50th 50th Percentile 75th Dollars Percent All Employers Nationwide All Employers Admin.79% 2.144 -6.277 71.214 53.993 62.079 76.557 83.373 -2.370 52.662 91.077 -452 -180 1.322 -326 784 1.61% 1.501 70.569 49.921 65.054 53.286 56.01% 9.496 65.801 43.193 41.45% 0.223 66.33% -3.085 62.449 71.461 57.439 82.483 67.567 1.249 69.40% -0.233 42. Transportation Utilities Wholesale 47.43% -21.937 59.431 48.928 -126 178 -1.727 44.652 52.851 50.812 52.809 70.722 61.921 67.512 1.058 67.092 54.409 64.708 50.62% -0.587 71.902 67.898 66.531 41.948 58.734 70.345 47.582 55.475 90.208 97.562 43.07% -1.743 49.619 53.036 52.747 81.732 52.88% -4.553 50.21% 0.622 62.911 49.375 96.456 83.266 66.392 68.159 72.360 50.799 49.431 49.142 55.249 0.250 85.760 76.80% 16.424 62.805 80.437 49.444 53.135 77.227 47.67% 4.668 66.962 56.989 3.801 75.111 58.732 49.869 38.405 412 -980 1.134 53.664 48.008 -1.312 86.833 39.754 85.060 78.079 90.058 66.213 71.661 51.351 86.455 44.467 67.335 72.154 55.546 97.553 41.93% -2.039 87.397 95.623 48.062 89.223 66.045 48.346 42.895 40.805 56.917 87.876 62.522 54.564 68.468 67.559 -1.246 47.832 66. & Tech.51% 8.391 67.419 88.849 50.700 65.802 -281 271 -797 2.947 60. soil.755 72.697 56.184 43. Services Construction Health Services Leisure Management Manufacturing Mining Other Services Prof.366 -1.841 54.369 223 5. or eliminating sources of pollutants or hazards that affect either the environment or the health of the population.44% 3.195 79.719 82.055 67.566 94.261 69.138 -1.599 97.757 38.242 50.632 60.446 82.497 48.781 50.260 54.944 65.896 47.510 79.30% All Employers by State Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming 18 2011–2012 EHS Salary Guide .866 60.010 47.701 82.54% 5.831 46.940 46.Environmental Scientist Job Description: Conduct research or perform investigation for the purpose of identifying.73% 8.70% 1.525 45.491 50.399 79.736 1.963 53.114 2.545 41.083 54.201 47.766 82.409 50.158 36.045 46.31% -3.656 66.466 42.437 30 596 4.56% 19.

82 17.18 15.41 19.69 16.04 14.43 20.64% 0.25 -0.07 16.84 15.37 30.59% All Employers by State Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin ©Business & Legal Reports.15 22.31 12.23 -7.55 12.46 17.20 13.59 18.00 18.39% -30. Services Construction Health Services Management Manufacturing Prof.82 17.31 25.68 11.40 16.79 16.00 -3.38 30.10 19.69 24.07 13.52 18.96% 0.50% -13.75 12.46 11. waste oil.97 34. & Tech.65% -13.54 -0.14 22.79 16.37 17.38 24.52 -0.14 19. contaminated soil.90 15.63% 33.96 22.59 25.55 16.77 15.37% -3.34% -5.03 0.47 27.72 0.05 15.02 16.71 13.96 32. including asbestos.51% -5.06 24.18 24.76 -0.94 19.63 17.50 21.41% 7.15% 4.24 18.52 0.12 13.27 14.88 23.95 18.79% -19. May operate earth-moving equipment or trucks.76 26.86 13.99 14.03 24.78 14.36 15.60 30.60 23.86 28.91 19.27% 0.09% 5.95 26.01 16. (17104400) 19 .94 15.96 6.22 12.73 15.32 12.53% 50.21 35.89 15.31 13.18 -1.25 24.66 12.91 32.02 -1.18 16.93 16.36 17.30% 2.52 15.24 13.62 21.72 1.48 26.27 18.95 16.82 1.44% -2.31 11.51 -2.40 28.36 24.54 7.29 25.22 11.80 16.14 0.36 20.92 24.26 16.17 15.19 18.64 11.54 10.16 19.34 25.53 17.43 15.16 12.59 19.60 16.70 18.20% 34.92 18.60 27.78 10.57 31.15 12.00 14.73 -0.35 25.15 19.91 14.91 11.48 15.90% -2.45% -2.69 30.37 20. Inc.66 17.57 24.08 1.02 23.33 10.88 4.75 21.19% -12.46 19. remove.57 10.04 15.67 0.84 20.59 11.96 17.36 3.09 17.72 15.92 19.77 20.89 16.00 17.53% -0.59 19.04 28.25 23. transport.21 14.55% -0.64 20.60 17.57 18.24 0.00 29.81 15.85% -0.93% 3.22 19.64 19.44% 14.91 13. Transportation Utilities Wholesale 14.19 22.73 26.92 20.21 25.62% -7.36 19.04 16.48 14.45 18.98 20.46 14.92 16.09 -0.18% 6.28 14.05 19.30 -6.27 21.65 13.36 3.97 12. fuel.92 13.00 18.88 28.21 17.36 6.18 22.71 7. Hourly Rate ($) Increase/Decrease 7/1/2010 25th 50th 7/1/2011 75th 25th 50th 50th Percentile 75th Dollars Percent All Employers Nationwide All Employers Admin.21% 0.92% -1.99 26.30 1.49% 8.52 -0. Specialized training and certification in hazardous materials handling or a confined entry permit are generally required.52 13.41 15.55 0.60 15.28 30.46 21.73 22.50 13.02 19.68 25.15 13.63 14.95 15.13 18.94 22.56 16.01 25.48 15.16 12.56 15.07 30.98% 22.70 15.99 23. or dispose of hazardous materials.75% 33.06 15.49 0.27 13.63 11.02 23.01 21.85 24.55 19.79 22.75 18.77 29.54 15.67 15.12 19.75 16.13 1.04 20.60% 11.38 16.13% 5.44 16. etc.16% 3.13 -4.85 20.12% -6.46 22.83 18.50 0.88 25.43 21.01 15.99 17.65 16.13 22.16 0.26 19.52 16.Hazmat Removal Worker Job Description: Identify.19 27.75 9.89 29.62 16.15 17. lead-based paint.07 16.21% -3.50 25.44 -0.92 23.14 16.61 19.16 18.06 10.11 14.10 0.51 22.69 27.70 24.10 37. transmission fluid.69 16.43 13.50 15.04 -0.10 -0.65% 1.24 29.58 0.88 15.04 -2.73 24.02 21.37 17.49 8.42 30.19 0.56 24.00 11.89 20.26 19.60 29.01 25.34 32.92 -1.29% 3.44 18.90 -0.10 17.94 14.50 13.74 10.22 27.13% 1.80 22.37 18.60 28.23 0.44 21.71 20.07 15.06% 121.24 12.78 24.37 19. pack.28 19.37 20.26 6.19% 10.58 14.20 10.65 12.10 18.35 14.90 26.34 0.45 17.68 17. Public Admin.80 14.01 19.91 22.44 13.02 14.06 21.87 14.62 15.50 19.23 12.18 18.35 14.43 0.96 17.24% -3.79 12.11 -0.66 11.91 26.07% 49.70 1.65 14. radioactive materials.23 -1.67 15.39 30.36 15.91 13.50 26.95 14.36 19.48% 1.41 19.09 25.60 23.91 20.66 18.05 6.92 16.25% 0.94 14.58 23.11 14.52 13.15 19.72% -0.87 -1.84 -0.60 -0.45 25.44 21.26 15.73% 0.88 13.39 14.78 18.52 13.48 14.35 13.91 27.31% -6.36 25.39% 16.59 21.92 18.20 -0.57 17.19 -0.39 18.17 16.90 17.13% -6.90 16.12 23.73 23.61% -4.10% -0.41% -26.57 25.41 21.33% 1.57 17.45 16.09 32.55 31.39 1.

687 92.508 75.176 85.91% 0.833 951 -302 -4.205 78.27% -2.913 62.131 85.673 62.864 92.711 75.545 146 -919 230 -380 888 -287 5.507 94.883 96.673 53.838 84.540 76.197 73.902 49.094 786 6.272 96.013 74.967 110.430 49 -2.199 82.067 61.430 93.318 83.625 55.124 74.07% 1.067 85.09% 0.281 83.219 106.712 61.391 89.218 58.956 102.505 77.034 100.525 60.741 80.604 77.262 60.382 60.468 66.928 59.129 63.418 94.67% 2.504 100.861 93.667 82.435 59. Exclude "Health and Safety Engineers.292 84.867 -1.593 -165 195 -1.956 57.184 80.372 89.086 0.351 90.078 85.124 72.459 66.292 101.395 82.16% 0.337 69.34% 3.77% 0.523 82.550 86.934 64. develop.352 84.259 101.053 57.480 62.593 1.337 82.986 88.590 59.923 76.860 62.53% All Employers by State Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming 20 2011–2012 EHS Salary Guide .626 84.717 95.626 59.653 53.319 65.723 66.423 100.450 45.287 88.749 70.620 92.272 93.08% 0.31% 8.200 74.690 63.10% 0.788 77.760 75.169 79.850 1.802 63.78% 1.419 67.418 99.794 81.059 85.924 69.351 82.850 -641 8.035 77.254 57.007 618 1.229 72.319 68.837 63.593 64.086 69.516 -393 499 2.842 93. quality control.886 83.408 -256 2.900 75.08% 2.243 73.232 84.217 57.083 72.398 99.396 67.52% 1.07% -3.889 57.727 97.97% 10.462 70.194 86.372 70. & Tech.519 72.088 71.202 54. and production coordination.613 51.302 81.555 93.142 101.050 77.822 93.574 105.250 88.39% -5.804 75.215 85.270 68.677 92.665 82.764 86.823 67.796 -4.47% -0.782 93.240 89.690 61.50% 1.313 104.520 67.661 94.772 61.865 102.565 58.604 73.767 54.361 83.107 -389 787 1.559 102.276 1.802 89.412 55.980 99.846 77.670 91.98% 2.578 82.50% 1.805 71.342 64.317 56.522 61.77% 7.140 101.903 99.061 93.977 105.64% 8.599 68.383 64.948 75.601 65.450 96.146 87.537 100.156 69.685 -3.042 75.339 104.259 66.084 85.655 2.461 67.933 80.140 68.822 107.059 59.393 82.90% 2.171 68.38% 7.648 75.114 6.190 83.848 86.010 87.292 56.345 71.830 94.678 100.342 68.940 68.244 81.575 116.287 70.697 92.507 78.41% 57.256 55.883 95.21% -2.681 1.850 61.895 76.111 72.265 60.090 69.432 85.653 78.64% 1.115 85.473 75.052 58.833 67.06% 0.194 69.049 78.386 69.385 88.694 73.04% 0.92% -0.660 104.755 58.702 85.20% -4.837 64.899 68.728 84.319 87.964 77.267 102.300 78.74% 2.92% 3.873 63.550 92.266 57.30% -1.691 723 -1.48% -2.317 67.77% 1.189 83.822 85.768 82.06% -0.085 80.943 89.164 110.694 70.16% -5.37% -0.23% 3.904 60.49% 1.846 82.135 67.123 76.344 74.498 56.312 75. logistics and material flow. cost analysis. Except Mining Safety Engineers and Inspectors.626 69.916 94.34% 10.382 111.933 96.851 81.900 91.260 84.766 67.138 80.412 88.808 180 2.673 87.442 73.422 108.446 70.450 72.560 108. Public Admin.93% 1.330 95.269 66.882 89.360 67.945 101.008 88.558 65.83% 2.872 96.302 86.602 2.745 100.753 67.374 59.733 63.024 102.720 61.918 80.456 77.412 82.513 69.604 76.029 92.334 80.143 120.309 102.319 104.777 84.744 59.876 82.95% -3.754 88.738 66.082 66.162 1.028 57.960 803 469 1.142 113.594 55.869 74.137 69.471 96.331 81.394 88.142 64.838 85.143 66.409 67.893 77.435 60.502 72.609 81.382 83.304 1. Services Construction Health Services Leisure Management Manufacturing Mining Other Services Prof.027 100.717 59.032 -534 7.131 120.712 107.402 73.326 68.094 55.283 62.70% 1.825 68.117 102.317 102.210 93.882 75.23% 0.168 88.313 92.722 55.16% -1.28% -0.990 89.100 68.Industrial Engineer Job Description: Design.530 -2.86% -0.428 89.279 82.181 69.713 7.24% 2.171 92.739 84.030 -438 6.297 71. and evaluate integrated systems for managing industrial production processes including human work factors.53% 9.030 67.209 61.927 68.364 57.683 87.738 71.784 76.513 79.427 -358 1.93% -0.229 2.716 59.280 90.622 73.065 82.979 66.203 82.28% -0.734 -1.644 74.464 60.976 69.92% 9.83% -1.121 711 2.23% -0.217 69.737 60.599 85. Annual Salary ($) 7/1/2010 25th 50th Increase/Decrease 7/1/2011 75th 25th 50th 50th Percentile 75th Dollars Percent All Employers Nationwide All Employers Admin.857 78. Transportation Utilities Wholesale 61.829 154 -3.764 6.128 66.066 61.189 107.357 67.28% -0.632 63.176 98.70% -3.862 58.099 56.241 61. inventory control.117 58.992 1.971 74.626 72.262 70.112 91.686 70.54% 0.45% -0.436 101. test.743 86.699 60.24% 0.428 62.669 96.932 82.906 71.566 99.153 99.875 59.884 -1.949 72.495 91.010 69.214 92.725 72.822 85.727 66.126 63.

56 31.52 0.26 24.25 1.10 30.03 26.34 19.48% 1.02 32.31 -0.28 30. Transportation Utilities Wholesale 18.45 22.71 23.79 -0.09% 17.09 17.86 18.06 22.85% 0.51 28.54 18.95 22.55 21.33 25.42 45.55 19.95 18.17 21.76 26.90 29.83 22.76 19.16 25.84 20.17 30.83 20.13 18.94 25.66 23.14 19.45 24.83 29. and speed involved in performance of production.76 21.29 18.55 23.91% 4.25 22.96 21.35 26.87 27.85 29.24% 0.66 17.85 -1.33 24.13 28.32 22.65 2.33 16.15 34.24 23.31 20.90 39.26% 2.60 24.35% -1.85 24.38 0.32 24.36 19.32 19.50 19.89 26.31 35.38 33.82 20.42 25.15% -2.98 27.33 -1.12% 0.33 22.96 0.04 -0.33 36.54 37.13 27.99 18.04 23.27 29.72 25.22 28.41 0.49 15.82 25.66 25.43 29.57% 2.19 23.76 22.81 16.27 31.94% 6.34% -0.83 17.63% 18.57 27.72 26.68% 2.30% 4.28 35.48 17. May study and record time.77 19.26 21.82% 1.60% 3.60 25.26 1.45% 5.07 31.56 29. Hourly Rate ($) Increase/Decrease 7/1/2010 25th 50th 7/1/2011 75th 25th 50th 50th Percentile 75th Dollars Percent All Employers Nationwide All Employers Admin.04 27.51 19.29 26.07% 37.43 20.12% -4.84% 8.02 19.94 31.03 18.64 28.75 28.72% 5.25 16.59 2.77 22.72 17.28 29.14 -2.98 18.33 29.77 21.85% 1.00 18.26 24.65 0.95% 2.00 18.28 29.40 29.27 0.48 18.18 37.32 0.85 18.33 28. and other worker operations for such purposes as establishing standard production rates or improving efficiency.06 23.38 16.36 16.20 19.00 0.72 16.65 17.16 20.46 -0.38 34.99% -10.76 21.92% 3.14 19.16 22.52 23.59 28.25 18.49 28.96 20.46 0.44 20.03 0.21 16.69% -4.40 19.79 23.46 33.12 26.56 35.95 -0.26 32.43 18.68 -0.97% -5.17 1.46 4.75 -1.31 30.56% 0.65% 0.21 18.43 -2.28% 1.22% -6.91 28.56 -0.41 0.97 1. (17104400) 21 .99 0.20 0.86% 4.14 22.42 25.95 21.19 17.56 18.93 31.21 24.37% -7.15 18.85 18.85 31.68% 6.29% -2.12 19.98 30.35 16.90 22.09 28.51 34.86 27.28 27.85% -1.11 23.13 17.07 20.08 30.30 17.60 28.39 27.41 0.33 26.03 0.33 26.34 27.05 -0.08 29.49 19.92 18.11 27.18 29.15 19.61% 3.64 20.07 26.70 14.07 23.44 30.43 28. motion.32 28.37 1.54 28.74 30.39 17.00 39.09 24.07 31.79 22.59 -0.53 19.30 0.13 33.04 20.07 18.27 0.71 23.20% 2.43 27.72 25.92 25.86 18.53 16.86 20.77 26.70 27.47 29.02 31.13 29.49 28.02 24.06 22.27 26.82 25.85 21.75% All Employers by State Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin ©Business & Legal Reports.20 30.25 25.57 27.81 22.38 20.55 28.58 -1.54 21.96 20.66 1.54 23.67 24.84 31.10 22.43 29.08 5.37 30.97 20.80 2.22 22.41 25.20% 2.92 16.57 21.26 26.07% 0.93 28.35 24.77 28.04 20.58 -0.67 23.90 20.28 27.02 19. Services Construction Management Manufacturing Mining Other Services Prof.51 24.06 23.99 22.89 31.14 0.03 0.22% 29.70 -1.95 30. & Tech.05 22. Public Admin.28 1.09 32.51 18.42 16.54 32.01 18.49 14.15 23.82 0.08 19.09 32.01 18.85 18.26 28.82 0.48 0.63 28. method.77 30.68 23.87 18.12 17.04 18.70 21.85 21.63 23.22 26.56 18.42 23.91 17.90 29.05 33.36 28.94 19. Inc.95 17.30 22.33 22.28 29.01 25.96 16.95 22.87 23.31 23.69 17.19 0.83 23.14 20.85 17.08 22.94 21.59 18.20 18.54 23.98 35. usually under the direction of engineering staff.46 18.35 22.61 31.43 32.92 36.57 27.26 30.53 8.89 26.18 25.57 19.31 1.01% 9.01 28. maintenance.67 19.76 22.99% -1.63% 12.72% -1.61% 6.44 31.11 0.14 20.39% -1.79 23.29 22.42% 7.04 27.47 23.68 17.81 31. clerical.87 20.88 16.94 21.24 30.23 3.13 0.32 26.43 28.08 25.87 29.12 20.36 21.68 24.15 -0.56 20.62 28.Industrial Engineering Technician Job Description: Apply engineering theory and principles to problems of industrial layout or manufacturing production.07 24.48 19.87% 0.79 21.81 19.67 18.63% 1.60% -9.02 20.52 36.53 28.81% 16.49 19.32 1.84% 6.33% -6.13% 1.84 22.64 22.13% -2.35 0.82 45.71 22.24% -1.76 33.01% 7.34 19.23 16.51 0.87 23.08 27.35 21.62 23.55 26.35 1.09 36.12 18.86 20.42 26.89 27.73 22.58 29.

866 74.005 84.443 54.018 82.012 94.412 65.120 77.254 89.679 66.958 54.124 56.947 68.07% -0.184 97.834 1.701 98.25% 3.510 61. control.805 80.415 71.87% 3.31% 8.856 69.292 54.629 59.796 61.752 80.742 96.549 92.271 57.974 62.959 69.885 81.012 56.012 74.696 99.241 102.699 -3.832 61.356 130.368 64.740 101.686 68.343 80.627 63.290 95.18% -0.682 80.155 79.566 98.762 64.716 99.370 106.616 70.807 111.068 61.667 70.619 79.975 87.071 80.448 81.190 80.218 68.18% -0.272 94.908 62.241 3.489 81.029 74.757 53.484 65.305 6.759 71.492 100.507 65.861 58.64% 1.244 86.126 63.909 54.907 83.194 85.705 64.001 101.532 85.563 58.10% 3.614 91.088 103.061 65.477 70.134 50.751 81.81% -1.78% -1.828 101.521 51.685 80.934 78.191 88.16% 7.841 -364 4.943 68.898 45.506 58.274 100.123 65.968 67.51% 2.752 -334 -1.166 100.384 91.241 73.183 79.879 73.678 2.547 95.442 -1.643 96.452 64.380 52.75% 1.61% 4.089 -59 -275 -2.93% -2.409 85.516 76.414 85.53% -4. site remediation.339 60.525 82.500 -801 -505 -1.558 96.439 110.77% -2.684 63.261 75.755 89.872 88.482 100.921 101.18% 5.153 79.165 83.932 96.448 68.689 3.427 98.250 78.439 53.06% -1.506 70.045 81.397 129 6.369 64.641 99.413 79.360 68.562 105.167 104.983 77. & Tech.311 -1.437 84.903 57.382 77.724 71.22% 5.71% -5.944 84.206 109.703 59.282 -1.136 59.648 79.222 59.658 69.42% -1. plan.144 79.633 99.015 64.22% -0.112 81.979 54.343 96.571 86.69% 3.091 -4.244 120.371 1.649 91.159 89.221 93.24% 3.216 67.704 84.372 62.395 68.861 2.65% -1.677 70.767 100.874 66.222 91. Services Construction Health Services Management Manufacturing Mining Other Services Prof.27% 2.729 64.658 48.849 87.232 72.855 78.301 59. Public Admin.60% -0.313 60.028 7.04% 7.199 98.870 1.651 63.582 57.245 81.264 56.045 59. and remediation of environmental health hazards utilizing various engineering disciplines.092 80.576 51.876 100.125 81.810 75.01% 2.036 53.000 78.159 62.92% -1.681 75.232 -1.899 55.017 2.676 58.920 64.431 75.698 73.28% 0.238 86.989 98.917 84.867 65.00% -0.135 94.304 101.294 -1.321 92.29% -0.356 64.905 82.018 74.414 -526 -3.784 81.560 65.460 79.498 91.510 56.836 66.584 76.008 84.626 63.892 101.900 83.569 94.144 82.065 83.422 76.468 77.741 65.701 95.00% -3.155 80.224 83.581 90.06% -0.726 81. or pollution control technology.966 62.163 71.185 87.45% 6.73% 6.809 98.376 86.889 70.29% 2.728 88.083 97.716 104.103 62.426 74.519 65.189 85.144 66.752 99.548 86.254 67.788 103.772 106.566 73.375 68.842 880 1.011 69.735 106. Work may include waste treatment.244 73.19% 54.031 64.001 78.603 82.998 92.569 63.015 73.588 63.058 79.882 90.700 83.07% 0.272 101.373 96.859 80.68% -2.35% All Employers by State Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming 22 2011–2012 EHS Salary Guide .424 83.436 72.846 94.270 90.575 53.378 65.933 69.429 58.901 99.870 57.359 103.071 90.05% 5.165 91.539 61.863 -149 1.585 90.206 2.665 96.163 49.505 100.399 953 2.410 69.037 104.085 111.452 74.98% 0.047 71.142 59.194 90.267 62.495 69.946 63.946 -594 5.11% 1.594 2.881 1. Transportation Utilities Wholesale 61.278 86.941 104.623 60.301 101.411 66.943 -1.89% 2.826 57.82% -0.453 62.792 79.494 84.79% 1.736 63.921 79.507 64.774 95.053 87.182 108.33% 4.253 1.314 2. or perform engineering duties in the prevention.778 93.324 260 2.563 96.264 62.549 95.315 66.073 92.890 64.956 105.22% -1.092 86.946 82.728 3.41% -1.578 86.28% 8.340 94.238 101.021 64.662 62.70% -4.307 100.762 75.993 99.298 76.249 2.219 -48 4.260 99.610 58.065 52.406 -996 -62 481 -1.592 67.350 -2.454 69.808 84.441 83.943 70.837 82.893 83.363 95.216 55.229 85.Industrial Hygiene Engineer Job Description: Design.250 64.328 106.067 80.648 59.613 113.042 6.570 63.075 61.33% -3.036 89.425 76.965 69.737 4.497 61.435 64.596 -4.127 57.361 69.14% 7.59% -4. Annual Salary ($) 7/1/2010 25th 50th Increase/Decrease 7/1/2011 75th 25th 50th 50th Percentile 75th Dollars Percent All Employers Nationwide All Employers Admin.678 63.21% -0.186 5.331 93.326 74.34% 2.036 56.289 55.570 61.002 1.262 80.

873 89.938 124.595 68.865 95.417 153.05% -4.76% 60.906 70. Transportation 64.998 1.30% 10.286 150.12% -5.858 66.893 92. and marketing problems.219 55.89% -4. May work with management to reorganize the work setting to improve worker productivity.655 89.16% 15.45% 18.053 140.447 -836 -5.99% -6. & Tech.925 143.057 -1.851 56.112 89.705 3.018 78.787 138.919 89. sales.325 109.294 59.161 98.Industrial Psychologist Job Description: Apply principles of psychology to personnel.734 85.756 82.143 73.576 66.380 106.207 86.861 76.767 64.134 69.379 94. Activities may include policy planning.994 125.80% -2.598 59.114 81.344 58.855 84.04% -0.762 -5.635 103.408 83.739 68.283 76. (17104400) 23 .593 88.093 74.065 59.792 84.068 141.697 81.376 -35.804 98. training and development.322 80.541 -4.056 -2. Inc.508 92.541 105.891 13.031 7.698 115.373 59.589 78.59% All Employers by State Illinois Massachusetts Minnesota North Carolina Ohio Pennsylvania Texas Virginia ©Business & Legal Reports.199 70.112 1.457 63.648 85.727 147.864 58.905 45.09% 46.749 67. administration.987 3.040 125.796 134.486 94.033 129.347 65.448 78. Annual Salary ($) 7/1/2010 25th 50th Increase/Decrease 7/1/2011 75th 25th 50th Percentile 50th 75th Dollars Percent All Employers Nationwide All Employers Health Services Manufacturing Prof. and organizational development and analysis.307 92.400 14. employee screening.58% -30.620 70.801 75.273 127.202 90.460 144.089 46. management.294 76.302 70.195 103.

836 80.742 84.980 90.118 63.Industrial Production Manager Job Description: Plan.588 81.969 100.658 239 357 6.493 72.328 66.689 137.477 1.327 110.641 119.490 80.523 93.28% 0.98% -3.275 105.117 79.290 62.79% -2.46% 12.383 77.671 81.069 108.015 62.853 81.626 113.64% 14.730 98.657 77.463 87.820 81.59% 0.520 82.00% 1.561 79.62% 64.525 123.012 96.08% 6.483 117.743 80.177 704 870 3.67% 2.203 83.245 108.96% 0.92% -7.914 122.953 1.980 68.475 718 -10.431 72.220 72.438 94.738 71.807 123.90% -2.003 91.478 71.360 1.483 73.787 127.456 72.861 78.069 61.978 88.652 57.646 133.068 -1.950 104.89% 1.40% 19.46% 2.430 61.540 87.32% 4.282 89.330 69.74% 1.374 77.19% 2.376 106.820 93.352 70.167 70.512 104.140 103.436 90.34% -1.808 120. quality.676 79.909 78.807 89.57% All Employers Nationwide All Employers Admin.520 -152 2.88% -11.77% 0.93% 8.865 97.630 76.859 104.052 78.319 70.522 128.188 111.13% -1.88% 4.330 78.171 59.888 107.253 116.048 70.108 65.706 84.766 119.574 89.497 91.140 139.184 63.192 68.91% 0.569 51.228 112.710 107.72% 2.861 88.924 58.811 98.317 102.769 1.986 132.771 192 -356 1.272 93.854 64.111 3.349 52.403 103.657 120.162 107.744 79.623 89.627 70.200 75.684 53.700 75.048 94.706 97.181 79.671 63.921 133.431 60.581 106.183 100.934 107.807 112.715 122.199 87.711 -1.086 107.070 66. Annual Salary ($) 7/1/2010 25th Increase/Decrease 7/1/2011 50th 75th 67.998 64.097 124.932 110.181 68.945 65.918 14.358 79.641 80.218 94.021 69.051 106.573 113.425 80.136 80.728 63.870 100.24% 0.05% -1.737 99.805 84.85% 18.20% 2.109 84.551 76.596 75.642 108.18% 4.166 111.624 64.763 105.762 92.626 66.53% 2.302 132.167 77.781 117.831 62.750 116.540 53.903 95.932 3.627 75.938 109.363 82.906 499 -697 5.702 99.35% -1.885 103.47% 2.574 83.968 126.80% 1. & Tech.66% -0.938 104.110 96.350 99.262 56.872 90.776 56.335 82.627 72.699 59.458 83.337 127.321 111.536 93.717 76.004 80.974 104.235 90.197 61.488 66.880 87.728 63.792 81.884 105.779 93.760 2.177 125.544 63.497 75.020 61.947 93.363 131.667 83.613 103.991 83.439 82.262 126.108 74.973 57.76% 2.861 73.991 122.596 63. Public Admin.603 100.072 78.189 74.803 80.838 119.362 120.85% 7.320 96.411 81.361 114.014 63.680 84.45% -1.666 86.569 1.598 100.783 95.671 70.941 143.266 91.475 61.488 79.133 115.936 -871 -638 683 -2.008 115.326 82.184 138.777 -3.965 114.063 54.106 25th 50th Percentile 50th 75th Dollars Percent 68.875 107.767 2.822 65.232 -213 -518 957 6.576 82.762 96.464 11.22% -4.637 116.248 83.833 107.748 113.031 72.499 69.747 115.808 -1.555 95.349 110.596 105.809 50.201 96.363 95.769 87.881 9.672 69.079 119.956 99.594 2.178 70.680 -1.375 71.81% 1.091 61.686 56.250 74.918 65.693 68.577 82.753 88.055 130.951 50.521 79.246 3.082 51.402 66.053 87.441 66.507 197 149 3.56% 4.201 72.404 65.85% -2.353 2.425 -1.358 107.696 66.500 83.540 3.655 84.35% 0.352 1.461 105.857 82.23% 4.377 94.442 1.888 101.062 76.494 79.215 2.629 69.226 84.498 77.807 92.086 66.21% -0.333 101.795 129.445 12.258 84.29% 16. and quantity specifications.864 58.541 69.36% 22.756 121. Transportation Utilities Wholesale All Employers by State Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming 24 2011–2012 EHS Salary Guide .978 107.956 74.325 116.328 122.263 99.992 117.177 67.227 96.199 115.603 92.672 97.983 104.532 103.18% 3.118 99.926 125.483 89.974 61.146 110.686 93.611 2.261 84.420 55.326 71.440 125.372 107.922 -1.69% -0.935 57.367 65.680 138.32% 0.908 61.36% 0.641 11.14% 1.41% 0.743 6.813 64.002 84.702 68.997 105.573 76.84% 0.900 66.070 105.226 59.453 71.388 83.38% 7.194 64.672 89.615 74.046 111.028 60.427 139.414 95.348 116.400 74.887 74.260 109.875 111.120 90.399 882 -7.564 80.422 91.694 77.609 108.94% 0.733 -3.058 77.297 94.995 81. direct.988 61.447 92.627 16.521 62.456 69.094 72.576 72.263 90.740 95.732 120.346 54.202 111.04% -2.734 110.200 63.27% -0.201 111.262 72.485 60.143 77.773 57.60% -0.999 85.715 65.939 66.321 82.926 105.360 77.208 69.750 62.121 63. or coordinate the work activities and resources necessary for manufacturing products in accordance with cost. Services Agriculture Construction Health Services Leisure Management Manufacturing Mining Other Services Prof.851 82.12% -0.888 2.886 60.462 1.591 79.353 729 3.773 63.577 90.446 56.492 103.597 -2.801 90.225 97.195 102.813 62.793 110.156 79.522 94.08% 3.96% 3.818 1.636 69.

983 97.493 90.461 102.190 66.012 81.129 54.939 83.800 -710 -9.790 72.276 53.742 68.567 93.811 96.789 50.387 8.175 81.287 -4.316 71.016 78.135 78.217 68.842 70.13% -2.881 90.448 59.224 59.605 0.00% -13.793 2.586 101.153 61.065 62.368 55.984 79.92% -24.794 96.388 72.53% 5.339 87.611 74.896 54.696 59.842 64.674 73.306 65.379 88.703 77.513 56.834 97.653 87.743 89.251 70.260 42.556 62.36% -1.755 73.509 81.336 86.73% 3.676 93.752 68.389 68.871 73.078 64.961 99.836 53.974 58.80% 10.982 409 6.702 80.488 83.352 107.591 91.224 91.701 84.967 56.52% 6.540 89.622 -23.223 -1.940 37.717 1.135 63.887 72.720 77.263 92. Transportation Utilities Wholesale 58.016 81.982 47. Annual Salary ($) 7/1/2010 25th 50th Increase/Decrease 7/1/2011 75th 25th 50th 50th Percentile 75th Dollars Percent All Employers Nationwide All Employers Admin.015 116.301 101.32% 80.281 60.710 55.934 94.106 84.682 9.953 67.23% 3.661 71. psychology.788 71.925 55.609 93.278 80.027 23.005 48.926 16.821 65.313 152 -2.422 63.052 63.487 44.118 93.592 62.064 76.874 78.698 686 969 2.758 102.337 60.056 75.171 81. and industrial health and safety laws.402 57.620 110.189 74.854 70.887 66.948 62.16% 2.966 87.Industrial Safety and Health Engineer Job Description: Promote worksite or product safety by applying knowledge of industrial processes.248 98.976 -791 1.987 74.891 76.349 87.34% -7.096 39.201 100.204 112.534 56.556 83.761 -1.264 50.82% -1.842 64.986 69.231 777 -4.154 94.595 75.931 68.292 74.61% -2.608 101.541 53.319 47.216 74.36% 1.680 75.461 96.30% -5.362 81. chemistry.405 -1.437 3.762 125.196 59.581 70.272 64.059 -5.318 56.578 67.363 60.623 68.767 73.055 109.211 85.589 -4.65% 2.557 43.936 83.201 40.526 59.009 68.079 67.235 63.839 49.31% -6.337 75.124 57.749 93.664 106.401 54.042 58.986 57.882 51.252 2.00% 19.792 70.01% 1.782 71.977 99.055 43.512 106.964 62.603 77.774 87.16% -1.26% -0.69% 1.63% 2.807 56.778 50.66% 0.579 106.65% -12.830 -97 -2.177 70.817 59.046 59.943 95.242 104.729 44.708 59.445 82.983 90.593 1.520 52.61% -2.166 51.333 39.027 71.86% 11.049 47.63% 1.066 67.866 -147 4.778 557 2.09% All Employers by State Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming ©Business & Legal Reports.598 65.886 106.374 74.301 60.09% 1.911 -955 -6.729 76.570 54.705 70.091 76.845 66.696 41.701 91.088 102.53% 0.553 75.19% 8.317 64.016 89.015 56. Services Construction Health Services Management Manufacturing Mining Other Services Prof.665 66.156 3.669 81.008 69.474 43.211 2.562 83.644 94.87% 5.17% -3.113 92.986 52.550 6.023 60.495 90.896 63.055 71.344 100.754 68.615 56.88% 5.616 112.088 50.110 84.691 59.812 72.68% -10. (17104400) 25 .23% 6.767 103.29% 32.843 55.782 1.32% -0.173 2.114 58.382 54.052 73.466 53.352 87.736 49.81% 2.285 51.894 96.308 54.821 74.630 86.642 53.349 82.131 89.240 97.16% 10.863 85.442 89.108 57.523 90.387 91.281 88.681 104.504 66.258 -1.637 74.280 92.653 67.430 68.375 53.029 75.692 66.503 88.64% 0.179 83.213 46.613 72.317 61.016 1.785 91.097 37.355 71.744 111.06% 5.439 71.926 58.080 72.950 110.826 68.883 52.265 104. Public Admin.270 70.53% -6.454 49.842 53.506 89.952 68.143 70.418 89. Also include industrial product safety engineers.900 63.322 85.225 53.709 3.142 79.67% -0.802 83.496 81.301 64.619 73.869 70.424 85.637 82.793 100.823 80.15% -1.21% 0.792 99.920 57.912 59.782 104.274 96.365 -8.159 6.019 87.317 7.291 -853 3.581 82.84% 6.619 65.07% 52.059 76.23% -26.528 109.598 63.751 102.752 83.896 83.250 4.826 615 -7.161 119.599 73.117 59. mechanics.270 67.64% 1.597 100.426 66.987 56.110 68.431 87.886 80.576 85.153 71.735 38.424 2.751 75.868 103.80% -14.545 68.275 54.701 94.059 66.04% -6.663 83.576 104.040 59.664 70.205 97.166 86.657 -397 5.591 50.531 76.731 83. Inc.601 75.397 -8.805 98.703 104.295 104.127 -1.267 78.390 73.018 91.454 81.315 91.67% 4.613 83.853 35.042 66.755 -1.151 93.903 106.13% -4.898 98.370 72.12% -4.891 43.785 -4.200 57.46% 9.991 56.403 72.500 88.21% 3.186 72.222 78.658 71.162 64.647 106.25% -1.352 99.246 70.620 95.370 83.23% -1.779 87.203 44 3.963 55.562 81.253 76.378 54.25% 2.841 128.132 -22.948 65.524 100.261 57.750 61.759 55.057 72.331 78.880 68.048 60.910 85.587 46.151 69. & Tech.384 67.461 54.13% -1.859 79.215 80.

10 -1.Pesticide Handler Job Description: Mix or apply pesticides.88 15.07 13.08 0.84 17.58% 2.49 14.19% 3. Wholesale 12.97 15.49% -22.77 -3.20 11.19% 6.10 17.35 9.52 -0.96 17.70 15.27 14.62 19.18% 5.05 -0.47 13.66 22.17 14.42 16.78 11.99 15.37 23.24 14.40 13.61 17.53 12.18 9.39 -0.87 14.00 17.78 16.67 13.94% -7.42% 3.44 18.99 11.27 14.95 17.01 18.04 13.60 14.24 10.33 1.76 12.81 13.06% 6.23 13.49 17.10% 0.70 13.23 9.18 -0.03 10.97 14.90 -0.96 14.64 12.28 -0.29 14.40 17.10 13.81 0.89 16.06 11.03 0.46 10.57 -0.28 18.16 12.26% 14.46 11.36% -0.21 14.19% 10.18 11.90 10.30 15.75 16. dusts.95 11.09 13. lawns.98% -11. & Tech.82 -0.54 12.50 12.71% -4.81 14.35 11.92 13.78 12.78 22.96 10.13% -2.24 14.51 17.70 9.46 0.72 14.13 12.75 11.13 -0.99 20.61 12.26 2.60 13.53 14.39 14.80 20.45 17.11% -9.06 15.08 -0.12 15.60% -4.62 14.66 17.03 0.38 22.43% -0.79 10.79% -2.31 -0.60 12.05 18.63 14.99 20.04 0. Usually requires specific training and State or Federal certification.83% All Employers by State Alabama Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming 26 2011–2012 EHS Salary Guide .39 9.92 16.84 16.85 24.24 -1.55 -0.30 12.00 12.83 9.52 14.65 20.86 16.75% -8.87% 19.73 21.11 21.43 18.47 22. Services Agriculture Construction Health Services Leisure Prof.14 17.07 14.69 13.73% 3.87 13.33 25.51 15.49 15.36 14.41 12.07 0.70% -1.11% 0.01 10.23 16.54% -0.23 15.56% -24.42% 1.84 20.69 12.10 14.57 17.18 15.18 1.78 14.88 11.08% 4.66 -1.62 14.61 14.20 22.00 14.76 20. herbicides.46 11.15 14.72 15.13 12.50 16.23 -0.10 14.44 15. soil incorporation or chemical application on trees.28% 6.65 12.52 14.91 14.21 18.19 17.66 14.58 17.59 18.33 11.56 -0.08 -3.32 15.92 11.61 11.02 14.99 11.80 12.71 12.20 17.36 17.88 13.56 17.21 8.16 14.73 17.85 16.89 13.43 13.55 14.85 -8.70 14.27 14.21 17.50 17.08 12.28 0.62 -0.60 14.60 14.62% -1.84 13.12 12.61 0. fungicides.20 0.91 19.01 -2.12 13.23% -1.70 17.81 25.23 0.13 16.39 11.61 12.12 14.41 10.06 21.02 0.47 15. Exclude "Commercial Pilots" who operate aviation equipment to dust or spray crops.07 -0.89 19. Public Admin.44 14.54 21.17 16.19 11.25 13.19 11.85 16.69 10.71 16.29 11.67 15.21 14.61 9.72% -6.73 0.52 11.36 0.43 17.95 19.81 12.07% -17.28% 0.23 18.46 12.21 19.57% -1.42% -2.36 13.07 13.48 12.54 -0.42 17.14 21.90% -5.09 11.50 16.33 11.37 10.32 12.73 12.34 12.42 0.90 8. shrubs.25 11.68 15.50 16.34 3.83 13.05 15.46 0.65 14.72 12.72 16.38 10.80 12.03 11.51 17.00 10.37 13. or botanical crops. Hourly Rate ($) Increase/Decrease 7/1/2010 25th 50th 7/1/2011 75th 25th 50th 50th Percentile 75th Dollars Percent All Employers Nationwide All Employers Admin.05 15.59 21.81 16.67 21.84 12.65% -0.15 -1.32 17.24% -0.90 10.89 12.17 -1.86 14.89 15.54 11.06 17.46 12.77 15.80% 15.36 12.56% 0.23 11.03 14.03 14.73% 3.38% 1.50 14.69 15.13 0.00 14.86 20.36 10.70 14.39 17.73 14.91 14.47 13.20 15.44 11.75 11.12 14.73 13.34% 0.43 21.22 14.30 16.19 12.70 13.43 12.31 15.76% 4.81 16.14 14.99 8.44 19.81 15.76% 0.14% -2.68 13.51 12.21 17.66 13.04 17.23 14.59% 1.24 12.31 14.85 15.41 -0.53 13.45 0.68 16.62% -3.77 18.22% -3.07 17. or insecticides through sprays.11% 0.32 9.28 14.85 13.31 9.01 0.43 11.42% -2.42 10. vapors.08 14.56 11.44 14.34 0.88 20.48 12.35 8.44 10.35 11.62 -0.54 18.15 17.37 12.27% -2.69 11.43 16.41 11.76 14.81 17.96 12.65 14.64 -0.68 18.71 14.64 10.96 0.02 -0.16 13.56 -1.74 16.63 16.70 10.01 12.98 11.51 -1.86 15.38 16.98% 13.53 8.66 27.

722 55.502 72.92% 3.382 111.900 91.330 95.498 56.670 91.189 107.886 83.094 55.927 68.029 92.339 104.27% -2.92% -0. Public Admin.86% -0.872 96.869 74.313 92.90% 2.507 94.319 68.337 69.412 55.889 57.625 55.593 -165 195 -1.739 84.129 63.07% 1.48% -2.084 85.508 75.078 85.822 85.54% 0.902 49.940 68.229 72.967 110.052 58.342 64. Inc.309 102.766 67.344 74.272 96.128 66.194 86.754 88.949 72. cost analysis.507 78.602 2.418 99.932 82.138 80.923 76.741 80.219 106.30% -1.555 93.669 96. and production coordination.053 57.550 86.430 93.862 58.697 92.767 54.107 -389 787 1.351 82.131 85.281 83.331 81.755 58.083 72. & Tech.184 80.456 77.702 85.559 102.034 100.082 66.753 67.357 67.850 61.319 65.276 1.906 71.653 53.738 71.91% 0.743 86.302 86.283 62.578 82.049 78.883 95.523 82.10% 0.690 63.100 68.386 69. Annual Salary ($) 7/1/2010 25th 50th Increase/Decrease 7/1/2011 75th 25th 50th 50th Percentile 75th Dollars Percent All Employers Nationwide All Employers Admin.613 51.473 75.565 58.566 99.319 104. develop.164 110.822 107.74% 2.64% 8.977 105.117 102.860 62.189 83.665 82.402 73.98% 2.244 81.418 94.23% -0.171 92.737 60.162 1.254 57.027 100.992 1.788 77.694 70.23% 3.262 60.430 49 -2.427 -358 1.06% 0.280 90.794 81.28% -0.035 77.229 2.530 -2.661 94.764 6.007 618 1.199 82.686 70.900 75.06% -0.16% -1.450 72.265 60.626 59.49% 1.38% 7.93% -0.805 71.882 75.653 78.126 63.525 60.833 67.391 89.065 82.217 57.024 102.423 100.241 61.673 62.34% 10.712 61.061 93.934 64.804 75.971 74.644 74.117 58.712 107.412 88.408 -256 2.250 88.717 59. Exclude "Health and Safety Engineers.796 -4.782 93.050 77.169 79.28% -0.142 101.749 70.412 82.848 86.197 73.777 84.609 81.317 102.594 55.08% 2.83% -1.720 61.20% -4.086 0.933 96.620 92.976 69.713 7.243 73.823 67.326 68.70% -3.34% 3.422 108.085 80.153 99.088 71.903 99.933 80.604 73.217 69.176 98.24% 2.716 59.865 102.114 6.960 803 469 1.345 71.685 -3.270 68.92% 9.495 91.468 66.601 65.146 87.822 85.360 67.292 84.50% 1.450 45.97% 10.622 73.513 69.833 951 -302 -4.77% 1.948 75.450 96.678 100.626 84.956 102.744 59.655 2.342 68.028 57.010 69.302 81.604 76.04% 0.317 56.09% 0. (17104400) 27 .123 76.142 64.059 59.924 69.717 95.059 85.181 69.918 80.772 61.838 85.28% -0.428 62.986 88.215 85. Except Mining Safety Engineers and Inspectors.857 78.560 108.171 68.382 60. Transportation Utilities Wholesale 61.459 66.262 70.883 96.64% 1.593 64.396 67.393 82.41% 57.067 61.140 101.312 75.066 61.632 63.124 72.802 89.205 78.395 82.099 56.626 69.520 67. and evaluate integrated systems for managing industrial production processes including human work factors.540 76.837 64.913 62.95% -3.599 68.232 84.52% 1.210 93.317 67.143 120.259 101.200 74.78% 1. quality control.462 70.846 77.77% 7.45% -0.260 84.667 82.351 90.137 69.37% -0. inventory control.725 72.727 97.042 75.837 63.313 104.030 67.690 61. test.677 92.893 77.53% 9.287 88.156 69.272 93.738 66.008 88.364 57.21% -2.825 68.032 -534 7.013 74.505 77.537 100.593 1.094 786 6.694 73.436 101.352 84.93% 1.112 91.111 72.256 55.135 67.124 74.943 89.660 104.480 62.168 88.464 60.435 59.727 66.203 82.432 85.428 89.50% 1.398 99.979 66. logistics and material flow.337 82.267 102.70% 1.304 1.648 75.604 77.574 105.385 88.Plant Engineer Job Description: Design.760 75.864 92.142 113.626 72.683 87.687 92.681 1.850 -641 8.214 92.980 99. Services Construction Health Services Leisure Management Manufacturing Mining Other Services Prof.143 66.733 63.240 89.47% -0.446 70.442 73.895 76.945 101.409 67.728 84.383 64.361 83.884 -1.504 100.808 180 2.67% 2.374 59.372 89.822 93.768 82.928 59.784 76.802 63.292 101.319 87.550 92.850 1.16% -5.575 116.334 80.419 67.067 85.723 66.956 57.435 60.899 68.842 93.194 69.876 82.830 94.519 72.873 63.259 66.24% 0.131 120.269 66.904 60.010 87.734 -1.461 67.699 60.07% -3.202 54.266 57.558 65.964 77.297 71.522 61.829 154 -3.16% 0.471 96.140 68.711 75.382 83.867 -1.292 56.916 94.209 61.086 69.846 82.31% 8.176 85.39% -5.23% 0.516 -393 499 2.090 69.318 83.673 87.590 59.838 84.190 83.115 85.673 53.030 -438 6.882 89.394 88.990 89.851 81.745 100.83% 2.218 58.287 70.300 78.372 70.279 82.513 79.764 86.08% 0.77% 0.53% All Employers by State Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming ©Business & Legal Reports.545 146 -919 230 -380 888 -287 5.121 711 2.861 93.691 723 -1.875 59.599 85.

788 103.Pollution Control Engineer Job Description: Design.190 80.68% -2.083 97.191 88.941 104.018 82.859 80.841 -364 4.06% -1.199 98.946 63.676 58.244 86.881 1.305 6.166 100.28% 8.065 52.142 59.089 -59 -275 -2.70% -4.525 82.24% 3.855 78.011 69.053 87.701 95.00% -3.603 82.261 75.762 75.899 55.245 81.012 56.144 66.665 96.810 75.06% -0.222 91.144 79.34% 2.301 101.737 4.741 65.549 95.703 59.778 93.614 91.834 1. or perform engineering duties in the prevention.872 88.294 -1.947 68.41% -1.439 110.685 80.51% 2.395 68.849 87.742 96.762 64.163 71.27% 2.69% 3.974 62. or pollution control technology. Public Admin.135 94.314 2.867 65.633 99.134 50.570 61.898 45.313 60.189 85.61% 4.701 98.218 68.917 84. Annual Salary ($) 7/1/2010 25th 50th Increase/Decrease 7/1/2011 75th 25th 50th 50th Percentile 75th Dollars Percent All Employers Nationwide All Employers Admin.870 57.206 2.846 94.696 99.729 64.045 59.042 6.77% -2.943 70.560 65.968 67.45% 6.369 64.649 91.292 54.453 62.429 58.500 -801 -505 -1.029 74.774 95.363 95.018 74.017 2.807 111.206 109.506 70.79% 1.885 81.667 70.272 101.439 53.547 95.001 78.00% -0.562 105. control.448 81.182 108. Transportation Utilities Wholesale 61.371 1.648 59.578 86.575 53.232 -1.571 86.965 69.643 96.278 86.563 96.289 55.155 79.700 83.861 58.943 -1.755 89.93% -2.356 130.863 -149 1.736 63.584 76.698 73.301 59.442 -1.60% -0.219 -48 4.876 100.767 100.370 106.167 104.092 86.123 65.686 68.047 71.037 104.372 62.566 73.397 129 6.31% 8.705 64.339 60.015 64.410 69.784 81.679 66.249 2.194 85.569 94.619 79.29% 2.993 99.944 84.229 85.548 86.585 90.558 96.889 70. site remediation.610 58.920 64.112 81.893 83.260 99.892 101.581 90.59% -4.183 79.262 80.254 89.244 73.979 54.186 5.073 92.068 61.282 -1.33% -3.874 66.244 120. Work may include waste treatment.998 92.254 67.724 71.436 72.409 85.165 83.870 1.796 61.78% -1.159 89.399 953 2.304 101.681 75.907 83.406 -996 -62 481 -1.25% 3.71% -5.808 84.127 57.704 84.267 62.015 73.890 64.264 56.321 92.425 76.648 79.012 74.842 880 1.728 88.507 65.678 2.272 94.594 2.828 101.144 82.735 106.772 106.091 -4.539 61.061 65.28% 0.81% -1.005 84.726 81.494 84.505 100.909 54.221 93.596 -4.684 63.22% -1.489 81.752 99.443 54.155 80.563 58.264 62.454 69.065 83.452 74.516 76.89% 2.21% -0.903 57.232 72.343 80.159 62.484 65.837 82.165 91.613 113.959 69.413 79.120 77.324 260 2.298 76.136 59.411 66.532 85.274 100.431 75.361 69.809 98.87% 3.623 60.901 99.716 99.326 74.356 64.759 71.92% -1.22% 5.241 3.65% -1.677 70.075 61.331 93.751 81.452 64.651 63. & Tech.627 63.071 90.482 100.836 66.682 80.021 64.088 103.036 53.412 65.241 102.468 77.658 48.519 65.678 63.368 64.460 79.35% All Employers by State Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming 28 2011–2012 EHS Salary Guide .989 98.662 62.002 1.29% -0.373 96.82% -0.253 1.943 68.18% -0.22% -0.376 86.946 -594 5.036 56.521 51.340 94.271 57.311 -1.699 -3.343 96.036 89.975 87.861 2.576 51.510 61. Services Construction Health Services Management Manufacturing Mining Other Services Prof.415 71.092 80.689 3.378 65.126 63.380 52.616 70.64% 1.900 83.582 57.98% 0. plan.495 69.360 68.958 54.570 63.375 68.866 74.956 105.426 74.000 78.42% -1.184 97.250 64.14% 7.792 79.05% 5.194 90.549 92.658 69. and remediation of environmental health hazards utilizing various engineering disciplines.33% 4.932 96.414 85.01% 2.031 64.441 83.641 99.592 67.270 90.933 69.241 73.238 101.19% 54.983 77.75% 1.757 53.921 101.908 62.067 80.16% 7.384 91.752 80.435 64.224 83.307 100.752 -334 -1.04% 7.124 56.424 83.359 103.414 -526 -3.832 61.18% -0.921 79.427 98.934 78.73% 6.740 101.497 61.492 100.18% 5.058 79.566 98.905 82.510 56.569 63.805 80.163 49.153 79.222 59.216 67.071 80.216 55.185 87.028 7.10% 3.001 101.07% 0.826 57.946 82.437 84.012 94.53% -4.382 77.125 81.250 78.498 91.290 95.11% 1.856 69.966 62.477 70.238 86.629 59.448 68.506 58.085 111.879 73.716 104.07% -0.350 -2.045 81.588 63.507 64.315 66.008 84.882 90.103 62.626 63.728 3.422 76.328 106.

76 28.52 15.37 18.68 20.18 16.15 13.16 16.42 20.13 16. Services Construction Health Services Management Manufacturing Mining Other Services Prof.18 24.44 13.82 16.38 -0.90 24.25 -0.18 -0.40 17.17 33.68 15.92 0.58 23.37 0.42 15.74 17.25 -1.12 19.32 -1.65 26.43 0.20 0.45 15.00 21.44 24.32% -0.11 18.04 0.50 -0.09 25.36 15.62 1.80 21.27 21.86 22.45 25.13 25.02 13.54 -0.29 24.28 14.27 21.71 0.60% 3.85 19.40 -5.90% -19.42% 0.27 19.71 19.44 -6.44 24.24 21.37 20.08 21.14 21.38 26.84 24.68 15.80 18.80 15.27% -4.58 20.14 20.96 13.91 16.26 23.11 22.32% -19.07 14.69 26.25 16.07 24.05 20.17 22.64 22.22 2.74 23.41 17.46 23.58 19.68 16.07 19.25 15.20 22.08 20.09 14.85% -1.76 17.41 15.36 15.01 3.07 24.71 15.41 -0.46 26.81 27.63 21.33 11.07 25.19 20.02 32.40% -4.20 1.67 16.15 25.66 14.05 20.69% 3.11 -0.61% 15.76 -7.18 23.82 17.05 25.76 20.75% 39.59% 1.80 25.83 15.24 0.12 17.67% -6.62 15.00% 0.06% -1. & Tech.95 23.39 0.Pollution Control Technician Job Description: Performs laboratory and field tests to monitor the environment and investigate sources of pollution.06% -30.03 15.93 20.30 13.71 22.01% -0.59 24.87 16.28 20.75 17.01 15.23 34.05% 14.16 29.86 25.30% 7.80 25.70 17.32 18.15% 3.32 24.56 15.50% -1.09% 1.00 20.77% -1.47 12. Hourly Rate ($) Increase/Decrease 7/1/2010 25th 50th 7/1/2011 75th 25th 50th 50th Percentile 75th Dollars Percent All Employers Nationwide All Employers Admin.13 19.09 13.20 15.23 19.85 13.20% 1.18 -0.70 28.02 17.62 0. may collect samples of gases.66 18.25 15.47 13.73 -0.17 -0.41 23.34 16.42 24.75 25.31 13.20 25.46 20.06 17.35% -8.25 18.80 20.11 19.66 15.38 19.37 -0.94 25.13 5.95% 11.62 28.77% -1.64 24.29 27.05 24.90 28.25 -1.51 0. Under direction of an environmental scientist or specialist.25% 30. Utilities Wholesale 16.96 0.53 23.03 19.98 17.05 -0.21 22.31 25.29 16.44 18.57 35.24 20.17 17.13 19.34 26.80 25.80 17.48 28.47 19.00 20.37 -2.50 13.06 17.60 0.52 24.38 19.47 3.78 18.07 16.94 24.42 15.90% -0.95 28.15 23.40 19.60 16.14 15.00 33.04 22.79 23.81 22.93% 4.19 23.12 15.86 17.62 22.01 5.04% -1. Public Admin.65 14.47 23.75 18.34 27.04 19.06 28.63 19.11 22.28 0.46 18.72 23.66 20.77% 2.30 -1.96 26.26 13.94% -5.84 19.90% 1.49 22.54% 10.48 20.61 16.79 27.90 13.92 26. soil.03 12.04 21.48 12.68 21.81 18.27 30.16 25.64 20.12 22.51 30.65 13.97 25.99 26.28 17.12 25.63 19.50 23.59 21.46 19.91 11.10 0.33 32.59% All Employers by State Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming ©Business & Legal Reports.76 19.37% -3.90 26. and other materials for testing and take corrective actions as assigned.58 13.23 25.24 20.62 0.28% -1.48 23.07 17.24 17.89 20.16 23.51% 3.19% 4.04 26.18 1.40 20.39 33.84 18.54% -2.18 22.92 23.51 29.03 16.40 22. including those that affect health.63 9.43 17.43 13.43 -0.65 14.23% 2.09 22.14 19.59 16.20 18.42 -1.16 13.27 18.44% -1.98 18.61 21.82 22.48 0.36 -0. water.64 15.40% 3.28 -1.53 16.61 15.47 18.42 20.08 0.48 16.04 0.31 16.16 19.55% -3.61 18.82 16.87 14.40 29.50 15.44 14.02 16.95 16.15 20.41% 1.73 25.09 20.06 19.08 20.85% 12.37 13.58 21.12 17.54 19.27 18.01 19.29 26.14 18.75 11.68 22.50 28.92 15.25 16.94 16.12 22.67 16.65 0.74 19.22 16.65 20.86 41.32 16.79 30.48 16.50 15.63 21.98 30.57 17.91 27.27 1.45 24.96 33.77 18.18 19.97% 15.42% 0.29 20.58 16.61 0.22 19.39 26.47 25.95 17. (17104400) 29 .40 15.68 25.67 20.56 25.54 14.92% -0.29% -4.76 3.84% 1.85 13.04 23.34 14.37 -0.73 15.72 20.58 22.03 21.07 -6. Inc.59 -0.32 31.07% -2.19 13.73 20.95 15.57% 3.04 26.49 16.69 -3.93 0.88% -10.73 17.24 18.25 19.38 0.52 18.94 26.19% 17.98% -17.43 20.51% 5.03 26.57 14.33 18.40 15.59 35.28 21.90 21.93% -11.10 22.18 16.55 18.95% 0.70 17.47 22.86 26.65 21.80 18.78 31.74 28.82% -2.45 19.96 17.09 -0.10 19.30 15.76 -2.27 -0.37 17.94 27.18 14.81 16.

78 35.45 30.88 26.05 1.54 32.11 30.28% 4.03 35.96 1.58 25.26 30.72 24.84 28.66 27.08 34.97 34.44 24.27 20.45 29.Power Plant Operator Job Description: Control.58 1.76 32.38 25. Public Admin.17 21.05 27.45% 0. operate.52 25.16 25.21 27.49 33.58% 2.26% 6.40% -1.90 37.29 24.84 40.04 -0.58 26.01 -1.17 -0.68 -0.20 0.04 19.81 29.90 27.90 23.11 -0.40 27.71 33.71 26.26 35.36 42.60 35.63 31.98 29.88 33.52 36.36% 2.56 32.39 31.37 35.07 3.76 26.63 31.51 39.19 40.70 23.29 29.73% -4.05 24.97% 13.74 29.47% 0.25 0.04 38.11% 14.94 29.94 2.11 33.35 27.81 18.22 29.55 21.08 27.88 36.17 40.55 -1.76 37.71 30.36 27.79 30.11 40.82 33.36 32.40 1.88 31.14 30.56% -2.83 21.06 29.13 8.30 28.48% 5.46 31.65 23.47 31.83 27.84 -1.77% -1.33 28.65 31.35 0.40% -5.51 25.25 0.85% 0.03 3.48 35.18 24.42 -0.92 18.04 31.71 2.34 19.85 25.98 24.51 1.35 25.87 23.04 26.30 35.32% 2.67 24.43 29.19 23.80 33.70 31.53 35.47 37.53 31.47 29.05 30.33 15.61 30.76 31.02 24.78 20.39% 1.08 26.87% 9.29 31.69 19.30 1.95 29.24 27.49% -3.02 29.86 34.78 27.23 26.54 24.63 43.59 30.99% 13.63 20.83 42.51 38.13% 6.55% 1.75 34.79% 0.90 38.95 31.83 30.06 38.75 32.62 37.28 31.02 32.30 23.66 25.09 0.78 25.67 37.38 34.74 27.66 -0.08 0.64 22.31% 5.90% 5.64 28.78 0.68 27.84 30.16 34.13 26.18 26.17 29.37% -0.32% 0.47 32.25 31.38 0.12 -0.37 42.07 25.49 27.18 41.85 33.82% 18.90 28.23 0.24 39.95 34.18 22.91 25.82 18.69 -0.49 30.62 0.31 26.06 21.43 24.60 21.21 24.26% 3.64 20.34 32.54 30.16 30.18 33.99 0. Utilities 24.37 33.25 1.77% -4.63 -0.58 0.03 37.03 3.72 31.11 26.30 32.09 1.32 29.37 32.36 2.68 34.56 30.50 30.13 26.97 26.94 -0.70 28.69 27.29 33.15 20.95 33.33 -0.31 -0.35% -0.78 -0.35% 51.39 24.52 31.15 29.93 30.32 23.87 20.80 31.90 29.34 26.13% -0.99 19.25 29.06 0.99 34.11% 0.90 26.46 34.96 24.38 27.91 28.17 25.48 18.16 25.36 14.86 27.26% 3.93 25.68 21.28 27.43 25.02 2.91 35.25 37.20 29.26 34.41 28.87 26.10 34.56% 3.65 28.80 35.95 25.27 1. Include auxiliary equipment operators.09% 0.64 34.69 32.03% 4.07% 0.56 28.56 27.37 29.87 30.63 35. Hourly Rate ($) Increase/Decrease 7/1/2010 25th 50th 7/1/2011 75th 25th 50th 50th Percentile 75th Dollars Percent All Employers Nationwide All Employers Admin.46 36.76 25.54 23.33 2.24 31.08 26.77 35.12 29.46% All Employers by State Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania South Carolina Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming 30 2011–2012 EHS Salary Guide .55 22.34 24.24% -1.43 36.21% -2.20% -1.62 3.54 31.52 20.86 37.37 36.21 -0.48 22.10 0.82 0.18 4.88 30.71 33.00 29.72 33.20 23.00 24.35 19.39 23.22% 2.54% 8.44 19.22% -0.37 25.66 34.61 23.57 27.38 13.33 26.24 22.83 32.73 36.71 21.28% 24.03 24.43 29.56 41.57 37.66 32.85% 0. Exclude "Nuclear Power Reactor Operator".20 29.20 36. or maintain machinery to generate electric power.82 36.23 31.51 33.55 24.44 19.52 19.53% 32.30 35.99 32.66 22.46% -2.35 36.29 21.76 27.76 33.63 4.03 34.04 29.80% -0.90 36.28% 4.82 32.95 35.00 29.73% 12.50 28.42 16.91 33.66 36.82 27.24 32.54 0.84 31.13 22.38 37.66 24.01 0.52 2.71 34.96 32.01 30.00 29.47 1.43 37.71 29.99 33.00 9.02 21. & Tech.57 35.70 27.39 36.26 35.28 31.30 30.42 34.98 34.53 24.36 25.45 35.27 21.38 34.85 33.65 26.57 33.62 30.32% 3. Services Health Services Management Manufacturing Mining Prof.23 14.83 29.10% 6.00 31.85 36.89 16.12 25.37% -0.19 24.02 26.01 31.

151 93.16% -1.953 67.920 57.190 66.792 99.698 686 969 2.04% -6.52% 6.29% 32.402 57.027 71.278 80.812 72.842 64.246 70.64% 0.896 63.541 53.601 75.339 87.055 71.767 103.553 75.09% All Employers by State Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming ©Business & Legal Reports.762 125.200 57.710 55.117 59.161 119.778 50.108 57.80% -14.609 93.418 89.382 54.562 81.664 106.886 106.598 65.224 59.767 73.663 83.213 46.696 59.32% -0. Transportation Utilities Wholesale 58.424 85.66% 0.052 73.792 70.370 83.597 100.064 76.106 84.717 1.448 59.322 85.352 107.405 -1.665 66.466 53.132 -22.774 87.866 -147 4.13% -1.055 109.131 89.319 47.834 97.008 69.352 99.378 54.523 90.751 102.25% 2.587 46.222 78.53% -6.802 83.88% 5.25% -1.301 101.379 88.613 83.790 72.493 90.17% -3.080 72.059 -5.964 62.653 67.782 104.729 44.159 6.983 97.506 89.896 54.231 777 -4.317 7.528 109.205 97.720 77.830 -97 -2.21% 3.292 74.826 68.868 103.426 66. Annual Salary ($) 7/1/2010 25th 50th Increase/Decrease 7/1/2011 75th 25th 50th 50th Percentile 75th Dollars Percent All Employers Nationwide All Employers Admin.911 -955 -6.088 102.735 38.171 81.81% 2.272 64.016 89.524 100.06% 5.397 -8.778 557 2.520 52.248 98.129 54.912 59.736 49. and industrial health and safety laws.015 56.114 58.986 69.34% -7.948 65.709 3.235 63.896 83.46% 9.669 81.179 83.36% 1.61% -2.642 53.620 110.556 83.375 53.260 42.32% 80.23% -26.653 87.926 58.308 54.196 59.127 -1.87% 5.823 80.049 47.301 60.752 83.821 74.826 615 -7.389 68.581 70.439 71.040 59.189 74.64% 1.65% 2.619 65.142 79.495 90.931 68.761 -1.509 81.731 83.253 76.316 71.217 68.258 -1.562 83.225 53.363 60. Also include industrial product safety engineers.788 71.80% 10.349 87.403 72. Services Construction Health Services Management Manufacturing Mining Other Services Prof.874 78.701 84.991 56.267 78.16% 2.676 93.110 84.987 74.461 96.153 71.336 86.374 74. Public Admin.987 56.07% 52.692 66.Product Safety Engineer Job Description: Promote worksite or product safety by applying knowledge of industrial processes.291 -853 3.682 9.461 54.637 82.581 82.623 68.496 81.589 -4.793 2.967 56.36% -1.487 44.598 63.387 91.977 99.143 70.657 -397 5.270 67.983 90.203 44 3.952 68. Inc.091 76.295 104.344 100.349 82.615 56.821 65.454 49.430 68.096 39.027 23.442 89.261 57.891 76.13% -2. mechanics.984 79.903 106.898 98.387 8.841 128.550 6.881 90.863 85.963 55.390 73.531 76.811 96.982 409 6.887 72.110 68.113 92.23% 6.534 56.545 68.910 85.752 68.252 2.029 75.891 43.526 59.961 99.794 96.578 67.842 64.078 64.437 3.749 93.845 66.701 91.84% 6.800 -710 -9.153 61.15% -1.729 76.658 71.055 43.422 63.355 71.057 72.023 60. chemistry.759 55.750 61.674 73.886 80.894 96.270 70.30% -5.974 58.365 -8.691 59.474 43.211 85.755 73.488 83.216 74.223 -1.592 62.68% -10.948 62.900 63.019 87.005 48.755 -1.461 102.703 104.333 39.622 -23.401 54.276 53.882 51.018 91.789 50.135 63.124 57.793 100.976 -791 1.887 66.281 60.605 0.986 57.048 60.12% -4.681 104.926 16.454 81.854 70.779 87.705 70. psychology.166 51.579 106.016 81.61% -2.595 75.742 68.782 1.513 56.175 81.280 92.637 74.570 54.00% 19.500 88.556 62.869 70.986 52.285 51.177 70.871 73.09% 1.21% 0. & Tech.263 92.352 87.504 66.853 35.703 77.066 67.939 83.591 91.059 66.702 80.943 95.201 100.201 40.751 75.337 75.016 78.315 91.388 72.608 101.215 80.056 75.680 75.431 87.65% -12.966 87.042 58.23% -1.859 79.118 93.576 104.950 110. (17104400) 31 .82% -1.211 2.661 71.758 102.53% 0.843 55.576 85.337 60.613 72.317 64.701 94.69% 1.23% 3.046 59.079 67.567 93.015 116.744 111.925 55.92% -24.204 112.839 49.151 69.135 78.31% -6.982 47.16% 10.67% -0.842 53.26% -0.805 98.593 1.630 86.331 78.009 68.166 86.63% 1.242 104.301 64.250 4.059 76.880 68.611 74.274 96.644 94.940 37.016 1.86% 11.503 88.782 71.317 61.936 83.53% 5.287 -4.19% 8.743 89.591 50.603 77.042 66.647 106.67% 4.01% 1.934 94.224 91.240 97.696 41.708 59.065 62.63% 2.785 91.836 53.156 3.251 70.445 82.306 65.370 72.424 2.586 101.817 59.619 73.012 81.13% -4.664 70.73% 3.599 73.557 43.154 94.883 52.368 55.313 152 -2.362 81.318 56.275 54.264 50.281 88.785 -4.807 56.384 67.052 63.842 70.620 95.512 106.088 50.616 112.00% -13.173 2.097 37.265 104.540 89.754 68.186 72.162 64.

73 13.34% -12.42 11.63 11.89 10.79 23.69 15.65 11.21 16.55% -1.31% 2.70 -0.56% -12.23 18.99 11.04 0.74% -1.01 -0.65% -1.10 -0.22% 17.91 14.52 14.23 14.77 13.19 8.95% -0.42 12.27 16.71 18.10 9.91 10.62 18.61% -0.52 15.67 9.78% 13.61 12.15 23.88 17.49 18.17 15.35 20.70 20.18 9.52 13.10 0.20 20.95 26.45 16.14 0.54 12.26 9.23 14.32% -4.75 19.02 10.63 11.17 17.72 10.95 21.04 12.03 11.87% -3.63 13.76 19.19 0.25 11.11 8.52 18.93 14.18 16.83 -0.12 16.44 19.96 13.63% 0.62 16.81 12.89 9.97% -0.40 0.87% -0.50 18.21 14.40 18.94 18.64 16.59 13.93 18.19 23.00 11.29 12.06 13.65 10.46 13.05 18.15% -0.98 15.58 18.52 -0.08 15.96 19.99% -3.55 11.47 16.79 16.74 17.90 19.00 13.66 9.12 16.01 16.94 8.50 20.10 -0.38 13.39 18.85 18.25 16.97 10.06 9.45 13.52 13.16 15.46 31.12 0.88 21.40 10.14 16.30 9.40% -0.40 14.96 9.83 19.51 19.89% 4.11 1.02 16.57 11.29 10.66 9.52 9.65 -0.02 13.98 12.18 19.74 18.84 11.24 -0.40 20.16 -0.25 18.21 20.54 17.77 13.51 0.72 11.81 16. May drive truck.86 13.61 0.83 17.12% 0.48 14.35 12.79 16.08 11.17 -0.10 -0.95 0.51% -0.39 21.06 18.47 12.10 9.97 14.78% 11.06 20.02 13.12 13.37 13.50 14.41 1.52 11.92 22.09 11.44 17.54 12.45 16.71% 3.18 10.57 23.21 0.01 0.30 20. Hourly Rate ($) Increase/Decrease 7/1/2010 25th 50th 7/1/2011 75th 25th 50th 50th Percentile 75th Dollars Percent All Employers Nationwide All Employers Admin.82 16.96 20.82% -1.70 15.09 0.63 14.67 16.56 0.59 -0.24 0.26 9.13 16.87 -0.01 0.35 9.99 11.11 11.65% 6.77 20.04% -0.62 14.23 1.76 23.58% 2.22 22.36 17.15 16.90% 0.15 18.13 13.54 15.71 13.45 11.71 24.33 13.48 26.09% -4.34 16.62 16.36 -0.79 14.15 12.02 0.35 -0.74 24.71 15.40 15.39 10.56 15.93 10.18% 3.22 9.07 23.68 15.08 20.67 13.07 26.50 15.12% -4.88 10.39 9.53 11.37 20.88% 3.81 10.52% 11.50 17.43 13.95% -4.74 -1.88 22.79 12.28 16.60 13.54% 2.38 13.61 17.77 19.82 12.96% 3.08 12.83 13.68 16.86% 1.00 18.86 14.92 12.42 -1.62 -0.89 16.91 16.44 12.76 0.58 15.52 12.06% All Employers by State Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming 32 2011–2012 EHS Salary Guide .71 23.24 -0.71 15.48 10.40 17.16 10.20 19.55 25.10% -5.51 10.47 16.02 10.19 13.47 14.56 15.06% 2.80 15.15 17.37 13.37 15.48 14.34 15.27 14.27 10.17 13.07% 0.70% 2.55 9.43 12.01 14.68 9.93 17.94 13.28 12.54 0.77 12.34 8.67 10.87 9.05% 3.90 19.01 0.07 21.96 10.53 13.38 19.13 19.78 14.91 12.92 14.41 12.56 16.Refuse and Recyclable Material Collector Job Description: Collect and dump refuse or recyclable materials from containers into truck.88 21.84 13.39 19.53 0.96 19.63 10.74 24.42 14.32 15.23 12.48% -1.57% 5.08% -0.21 0.33 16.35 19.78 16.66% -2.12 14.98 19.60 12.74 0.03 -0.81 11.34 -0.42 9.10 16.03 22. Transportation Wholesale 11.99 16.81 19.69 12.24 16.94 13.66 -0.36 17.18 15.20 15.83% 1.26 0.12 -0.42 1.73 16.82 11.80 12.10 12.41 16.20 9.70 18.48 4.72 13.24 13. Services Health Services Manufacturing Other Services Public Admin.73 14.42 11.71% 2.81 13.93 16.29 0.79 16.82 -0.97% 0.87 26.14 15.40 15.89% 10.56 22.34 -2.07 17.89 19.26 13.69 16.06 14.44 16.59 0.22% -0.38 16.03 3.94 9.08 10.28 13.86 11.60 -0.37 13.06 9.82 12.39 10.02 11.91% 10.48 17.75 14.80 9.28 31.97 10.81 11.25 11.54 -0.16% -2.57 13.51 14.14 16.68 12.57% -7.91 17.06% 3.79 11.67 15.98 10.33 -0.08% 5.62 16.86 15.55 9.72 17.40 11.85% -0.18 11.50 18.15 15.71 19.93 17.14 17.42 0.

666 98.246 111.819 163.169 1.142 141.960 107.198 6.195 122.812 153.136 140.256 112.673 2.144 67.824 72.589 111.775 141.364 91.880 138.365 103.783 -1.756 94.488 132.646 97.407 122.620 142.069 87.968 119.055 123.886 144.462 79.360 126.698 128.559 83.00% -1.260 -7.080 91.358 99. Inc.328 159.977 100.445 6 -1.395 101.073 91.082 102.331 77.128 109.854 130.14% 3. direct.69% 2.016 91.874 155.319 122.195 125.168 120.794 106.753 94.294 92.04% 42.764 95.747 109.072 145.374 149.95% -7.251 112.026 112.485 124.856 97.037 118.180 96.952 94.99% 0.716 105.462 91.998 6.068 119.277 105.51% 0.450 3.617 88.608 86.781 139.691 3. Transportation Utilities Wholesale All Employers by State Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming ©Business & Legal Reports.745 127.648 120.35% All Employers Nationwide All Employers Admin.551 112.054 136.422 131.749 107.572 104.465 117.129 139.228 112.741 116.753 132.47% 6.371 110.301 82.535 124.241 -1.356 89.036 109.464 135.001 89.421 89.155 150.494 91.607 2.204 125.181 149.097 97.75% -1.841 154.361 530 2.366 151.91% 21.368 -3.944 121.359 132.004 102.10% 4.744 100.535 144.929 -417 -1.552 100.555 1.246 95.563 446 2.448 110.72% -3.113 166.881 113.27% 6.436 114.027 95.164 110.240 136.592 97.626 85.959 98.63% 2.659 33 .870 131.388 84.661 105.407 166.948 134.220 151.15% 0.72% -5.136 1.653 96.116 90.80% 3.373 122.077 130.140 -1. Services Construction Health Services Leisure Management Manufacturing Mining Other Services Prof.942 125.032 1.706 112.147 96. Annual Salary ($) 7/1/2010 Increase/Decrease 7/1/2011 50th Percentile 25th 50th 75th 25th 50th 75th Dollars Percent 95.866 86.01% -1.349 121.765 79.27% -0.985 -4.770 72.989 107.944 147.79% 2.744 4.021 108.486 121.152 132.555 94.179 125.025 73.650 112.048 119.713 81.23% 0.248 145.544 120.514 97.541 6.140 101.538 151.370 151.840 124.705 119.032 111.798 82.482 3.396 95.464 131.352 86.677 114. & Tech.71% -0.570 -2.790 110.51% 4.729 120.961 159.486 113.471 -2.004 88.311 143.688 123.059 131.848 96.618 122.207 296 -41 32.251 153.480 779 2.31% 1.124 140.850 98.288 147.470 94.293 120.430 100.105 2.35% 1.550 141.865 133.990 118.057 4.023 96.649 131.544 121.064 86.609 136.688 118.705 121.351 103.975 82.564 108.26% 1.098 107.627 84.429 122.93% 1.624 124.875 107.436 1.711 127.568 124.054 91.597 104.524 104.53% 1.147 145.864 117.259 80.183 127.09% 7.946 124.469 101.355 4.033 96.032 108.798 108.995 136.939 105.581 93.97% -2.39% -1.250 4.278 168.595 120.194 144.916 134.745 -2.559 83.794 129.284 125.784 89.135 118.463 1.480 115.478 123.469 137.15% 5.979 106.792 100.834 93.04% 8.401 97.118 125.197 114.760 84.395 120.539 103.547 88.599 124.534 135.157 491 0.076 79.004 79.919 130.994 96.400 88.Safety Director Job Description: Plan.973 104.405 128.396 108.879 131.517 74.554 106.87% 1.505 115.585 129.701 140.509 86.39% 91.316 108.050 104.685 -1.934 136.56% 2.271 79.671 98.631 141.715 110.807 9.263 116.785 125.08% 6.993 109.394 97.266 138.409 118.421 126.094 0.062 87.922 129.649 99.634 150.074 79.522 124.134 110.12% 4.260 110.826 116.410 120.74% 1.550 72.241 -2.734 3.948 129.91% 4.30% 16.615 131.881 7.530 92.572 92.09% -8.258 85.909 86.251 104.88% -0.85% 2.195 152.84% -0.601 128.208 122.547 130.476 137.21% 0.685 135.223 96.494 102.050 113.828 92.733 3.312 109.631 1.851 116.631 78.729 130.535 79.101 78.47% 3.985 85.277 108.077 99.235 86.893 135.913 3.024 23.197 3.598 106.641 94.711 97.748 159.327 120.922 103.527 111.619 144.46% 3.984 144.114 126.111 83.490 4.10% 1.760 145.308 -3.121 133.17% -2.984 98.594 17.328 4.151 108.832 139.18% 4.145 110.799 -185 6.988 90.957 104.778 94.208 149.627 151.928 169.232 3.728 103.609 132.944 99.59% 4.193 105.662 114.593 101.320 77.40% -2.887 125.148 148.51% 3.455 89.335 110.577 135.110 88.07% 3.053 103.804 151.073 150.967 150.734 113.440 107.920 93.440 133.374 139.387 87.493 93.952 91.30% -1.083 125.355 155.495 95.077 113.02% 0.561 94.639 149.856 80.372 78.574 101.34% -1.290 109.710 92.15% 1.939 93.904 154.454 -9. Public Admin. or coordinate activities in such fields as architecture and engineering or research and development in these fields.531 84.370 152.014 131.587 93.092 99.976 101.03% -1.733 139.197 119.404 1.644 137.139 104.899 93.002 95.346 4.546 87.166 117.159 122.208 79.897 141.944 108.010 5.829 100.163 144. (17104400) 151.79% -2.72% 2.53% 3.733 83.313 127.504 101.009 -1.

30 16.38 20.38% -7.23 18.99 14.74 2.27 20.91 12.40 16.08 14.63% 5.73% 0.09 15.10 11.13 12.19 19.30 17.51 0.49 16. or repair breaks in underground piping.41 18.16 0.32 23.89 13.31 1.67 24.39 23.45 14.35 17.66 10.21 19.86 17.48 14.79 22.91 20.62% 7.61 13.02 15.43 16.93 25.12 14.01 13.80 14.52 16.63 18.22 13.40 12.70 -0.26 -1.73 12.34 -0.27 -0.99 16.72% 1.11% -3.55 12.73 13.37 18.77 14. Hourly Rate ($) Increase/Decrease 7/1/2010 25th 50th 7/1/2011 75th 25th 50th 50th Percentile 75th Dollars Percent All Employers Nationwide All Employers Admin.97 13.23 19.67 27.05 19.26 15.38 -0.85% 1.55 0.27 20.10 14.29 19. & Tech.52% All Employers by State Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming 34 2011–2012 EHS Salary Guide .92 15. Services Construction Manufacturing Other Services Prof.23 12.41 26.75 0.84% 13.90 12.19 15.76 23.14 0.00 21.50 20.15 12.61 20.43 -0.86 17.75 18.42 18.03 10.67% -1.43 17.44 16.00 16.07 15.66 17.65 10.68 -1.34 16.02 22.95 15.42 10.60 18.97 9.01 18.49 16.78 13.91 21.98 14.56 13.77 22.71 20.32 14.29 14.70 12.09% -1.02% -8.04 13.11 16.14 -1.73 17.31 14.16% 0.98 10.34 18.13 15.16 12.46 -0.31 11.21% -5.41% -1.29 11.13 -0.18 16.45 18.08 15.93 10.33 13.83 10.71 23.44 15.07 14.96 16.04 13.72 11.99 13.72 14.80 13.31 12.41 11.53% 3.18 14.87 18.50 13.88 13.62 21.17 18.09 18.95 18.34 14.97 14.02 21.46 15.19 14.43% -0.90 -0.78 21.11 12.41 19.78 13.06 0.85 12.93 -0.37 12.35 13.66 1.31 0.85% -6.90 13.77 15.14 1.28 11.21 16.97% 0.33 1. sewer lines.85 18.30 0.91 10.91 17.81 1.29% 7.57 10.76 14.51% -2.31 12.50 21.31% 6.58 19.05 -1.47% -1.94 19.25 15.69% 2.91 9.98% 1.15 22.27 13.82 15.21 17.35 24.42 17.03% 0.00 13.11 10.11% -2.41 16.88 21.09 12.88 12.59% 0.75 16.17 15. replace damaged drain tile.74 18.51 15.69 14.43 17.56 20.01 8.88 16.22 15.13 0.27 17.89 12.48% -1.15 12.30 12.03 12.62 18.23 -0.98 14.42% -2.00 20.78 10.68% 1.47 20.40 13.09 16.56 15.23 13.35 15.33 17.00 1.00 26.06 14.52 18.52 15.30 21.95% -0.97 21.95 7.94 19.10 20.63 12.64 15.07 18.87 12.19% 32.44 -1.16% 19.46 14.10 0.79 15.80 -0.59 13.31 14.39 14.17 15.16 1.13 17.17 16.69 14.57 14.25 15. Utilities 12. May patch walls and partitions of tank.76 10.19 -1.13% -6.88 18.54 17.81% -3.83% 19.46 21.13 18.08 18.16 0.47 13.98% 2.42 13.21 18.29 18.83 19.25% 9.40 16.87 17.28% -8.95 12.90 12.47 15.49 19.27 14.39 20.72 13.91 2.36 18.97 18.62 14.63 -0.31 -1.39 0.84 27.58 17.47 20.82 13.28 24.94 12.94 18.90 15.84% -6.13 11.90 17.94 11.43 13.74 18.37 12.20 -0.34 20.38 0.44 10.02 -0.01 16.77 25.81 21. Public Admin.23 -0.32 22.80 14.11 0.43 0.73 17.55 12.03% 10.02 14.91% -3.44 13.50 14.30 -0.87 2.15 12.32 13.46% 6.36 -0.18 -0.75 13.68% 2.83 13.24% 2.28 24.41 13.23 15.24 17.37 28.45 28.74 15.34 17.14 14.57 0.11 0.51 15.39 15.18% 21.25 18.96 24.14 17.99 8.57 22.90 21.74 10.32 19.27 22.30 19.73 17.53 15.92 17.52 19.25 25.30 1.96 11.41 14.25 12.55 16.91 17.51 -0.28 15.51 18.12 -0.76 17.74 15.33 15.52 21.85 12.68 20.84 15.80 26.49 18.08 19.97 15.89 13.30 2.93% 2.11 9.73 18.48 15.41 12.91% -6.98 12.38 16.68% -4.87 18.88 22.19 3.18 17.78 15.83 28. or drains.43 22.15 13.78 20.67 15.53 15.59 15.22 12.71% -2.85 16.15 -0.43% 7.20% 14.32 1.40 10.40% -2.Septic Tank Servicer and Sewer Pipe Cleaner Job Description: Clean and repair septic tanks.81 22.38 20.23 22.87% 16.31 0.59 22.58 14.24 18.59 21.10% -6.64% -2.41 18.80 19.36% 1.39 9.64 9.31 16.78 16.11 16.05 15.

901 99.665 96.613 113.142 59.879 73.10% 3.092 80.566 73.899 55.135 94.627 63.516 76.603 82.222 59.182 108.163 49.742 96.314 2.378 65.216 55.165 91.956 105.741 65.998 92.218 68.414 -526 -3.028 7.866 74.238 86.979 54.375 68.905 82.932 96.037 104.011 69.68% -2.549 92.267 62.966 62.343 80.395 68.626 63.610 58.340 94.684 63.903 57.648 59.036 89.774 95.071 90.752 80.484 65.29% -0.808 84.307 100.166 100.264 62.594 2.704 84.399 953 2.415 71.431 75.153 79.083 97.294 -1.592 67.828 101. Services Construction Health Services Management Manufacturing Mining Other Services Prof.943 -1.00% -0.716 99.575 53.93% -2.425 76.001 101. plan.232 72.941 104.755 89.920 64.35% All Employers by State Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming ©Business & Legal Reports.361 69.16% 7.189 85.861 2.315 66.244 120.681 75.701 95.301 101.735 106.547 95.563 58.51% 2.29% 2.468 77.633 99.453 62.737 4.705 64.021 64.25% 3.772 106.443 54.842 880 1.566 98.311 -1.18% -0.909 54.77% -2.841 -364 4.045 81.729 64.07% -0.356 64.244 73.70% -4.73% 6.28% 8.588 63.232 -1.489 81.863 -149 1.184 97.81% -1.689 3.272 101.409 85.959 69.012 56.441 83.191 88.578 86.616 70.103 62.442 -1.958 54.359 103. Inc.339 60.091 -4.22% 5.492 100.324 260 2.260 99.075 61.270 90.Soil Engineer Job Description: Design.272 94.75% 1.619 79.206 2.870 1.757 53.521 51.71% -5.900 83.570 63.304 101.216 67.934 78.898 45.993 99.092 86.155 79.120 77.98% 0.558 96.245 81. Public Admin.698 73.87% 3.264 56.343 96.724 71.085 111.290 95.036 53.658 69.373 96.560 65.89% 2.071 80.701 98.206 109.519 65.525 82.067 80.726 81.33% 4.505 100.983 77.274 100.859 80.427 98.874 66.569 94.112 81.28% 0.61% 4.975 87.382 77.45% 6.068 61.767 100.002 1.439 110.321 92.012 94.163 71.629 59.241 3.69% 3.328 106.410 69.677 70.356 130.662 62.008 84.326 74.696 99.018 82.144 82.495 69.439 53.262 80.728 3.649 91.740 101.422 76.699 -3.144 66.219 -48 4.289 55.796 61.001 78.411 66.397 129 6.892 101.79% 1.190 80.01% 2.159 89.497 61.59% -4.890 64.14% 7.42% -1.042 6.19% 54. and remediation of environmental health hazards utilizing various engineering disciplines.22% -0.570 61.64% 1.92% -1.363 95.183 79.254 67.199 98.061 65.651 63.946 -594 5.435 64.571 86.370 106.34% 2.506 58.04% 7.889 70.885 81.012 74.018 74. (17104400) 35 . & Tech.125 81.00% -3.241 102.562 105.222 91.06% -0.751 81.244 86.921 101.21% -0.596 -4.368 64.371 1. Work may include waste treatment.282 -1.249 2.893 83.623 60.921 79.968 67.876 100.855 78.185 87.678 63.759 71.127 57.036 56.186 5.678 2.498 91.437 84.965 69.872 88.532 85.27% 2.18% -0.510 61.60% -0. or perform engineering duties in the prevention.031 64.752 99.448 81.882 90.643 96.015 73.088 103.18% 5.412 65.477 70.406 -996 -62 481 -1.907 83.253 1.123 65.507 65.254 89.073 92.429 58.165 83.194 85.460 79.167 104.989 98.372 62.155 80.22% -1.384 91.728 88.017 2.581 90.834 1.261 75.500 -801 -505 -1.271 57.41% -1.658 48.452 74.82% -0.832 61.298 76.943 70.563 96.350 -2.867 65. or pollution control technology.015 64.029 74.053 87.229 85.134 50.047 71.33% -3.221 93.881 1.805 80.946 63.585 90.846 94.482 100.06% -1.124 56.424 83.224 83.360 68.807 111.685 80.65% -1.144 79.778 93.947 68.05% 5.870 57.917 84.24% 3.716 104.126 63.005 84.301 59.849 87.510 56.241 73.762 75. site remediation.194 90.548 86.809 98.933 69.454 69.452 64.752 -334 -1.943 68. Transportation Utilities Wholesale 61.292 54.78% -1. control.380 52.065 83.703 59.908 62.313 60.792 79.448 68.11% 1.682 80.614 91.376 86.045 59.413 79.31% 8.837 82.762 64.539 61.250 64.826 57.810 75.676 58. Annual Salary ($) 7/1/2010 25th 50th Increase/Decrease 7/1/2011 75th 25th 50th 50th Percentile 75th Dollars Percent All Employers Nationwide All Employers Admin.089 -59 -275 -2.576 51.584 76.641 99.569 63.436 72.784 81.53% -4.278 86.836 66.686 68.369 64.331 93.944 84.856 69.305 6.426 74.065 52.788 103.648 79.136 59.494 84.700 83.414 85.058 79.250 78.736 63.000 78.238 101.861 58.507 64.946 82.974 62.679 66.667 70.159 62.506 70.549 95.07% 0.582 57.

73 19.59 23.03 15.14% 16.89 35.71 -0.34 14.84 16.21 26.85 27.79 23.12 36.15 30.97 27.39 20.20 34.03 28.41 21.06 -0.33 19.67 17.99 16.34 22.35 25.71 18.25 32.64% 7.55 20.28 13.03 16.03 19.08 29.97 23.51 21.44 17.48 28.28 20.86 26.59 13.56 31.97 29.54 27.91% 20.96 30.51 23.79 16.11 1.99 25.36 23.97 25.24 0.00 25.74 28. boilers.73% 0.31 19.95 19.62 23. such as steam engines.42 27.73 30.69 32.24% All Employers by State Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming 36 2011–2012 EHS Salary Guide .99% -5.38 25.34 34.07 24.38 21.02 31.74 25.38 23.39 3.32 29.29 30.44 24.23 -3.64 -0.90 -1.91% -4.09 32.51 0.69 27.89 24.72 23.10 0.75 17.60 21.98 23.47 23.23 0.38 14.93 23.82 1.71 24.39 29.05 22.99 23.18 27.05% -3.67% 6.40% -0.78 29.82 27.36% 16.25 29.74 25.26 27.08 30.37 24.87 28.38 32.77 1.42% 0.46 32.43 20.05 23.60 29.14% 30.17 28.35 21.45% 3.28 -0.54 28.65 22.99 31.27 23.87 29.32 16.17 25.48 20.05 22.60 17.00 30.35% 14.49% -18.98 20.95 19. motors.30 20.90 18.42 16.22 -0.48 31.66 33.92 29.29 21.78 24.15 24.07% -0.56 23.08 16.14 -0. & Tech.44 17.21 25.79 26.31 24.Stationary Engineer and Boiler Operator Job Description: Operate or maintain stationary engines. or other mechanical equipment to provide utilities for buildings or industrial processes.66 33.24 -0.35 0.39% 1.18 20.35 19.70 28.55 26.13 29.91 15.23 27.82% -1.75 28.87 28.87 21.35 26.74 26.30 22.03 26.45 27.60 37.17 24.35 32.68 17.12 -5.36 16.40 -0.32 30.30% -2.80 32.48 28.56% -0.52 16.66 26.96 22. Operate equipment.39 27.36 25.67 24.53 20.94 25.81% 0.44 4.17% -0.43 -0.62 2.62 21.12 -0.84 28.76 28.16 19.52 25.76 25.36 31. Hourly Rate ($) Increase/Decrease 7/1/2010 25th 50th 7/1/2011 75th 25th 50th 50th Percentile 75th Dollars Percent All Employers Nationwide All Employers Admin.24 18.03 14.18 26.69 16.30 18.88 24.19 24.97% 16.24 16.29 29.37 21.68 20.73% -0.89 14.58 29.29 25.89 16.58 27.82 23.75 24.44 18.49 18.64% 6.33 0.91 -0.01 26.76 13.87 27.04 26.46 26.98 24.67 30.85 18.91 27.18 29.77 33.67 15.62 15.59 35.72 25.07 27.32 17.08% 3.85 17.98 17.71 21.84% 0.10 27.67 22.93 0.79 24.94 21.88 21.65 25.95 20.18 -0.34% -1.73 2.36 16.71 15.89% -10.44 24.13% 5.29 -0.29 21.70 -0.73 24.52 20.81% -1.01 -0.59 16.82 28.47 26.70 16.17% -0.94 28.29% -3.69 20.75 24.09 26.19 0.31% 3.03 17.50% -0.80 20.97 29.35 16.46 23.30 28.06 20.43 -0.02% -0.84 22.47 13.37 26.95 14. and steam boilers.58 24.27 23.69 28.53% 6.85 37.80 20.52 26.46 32.63 29.62 25.81 22.63 17.16 1.59 27.79% -3.01% -6.99 24.51% 2.25 20.88 15.07 8.37% 0.62 0.96 31.07 3.81% -1.68 26.70 31.81 21.43 14.84 29.71 30.83 23.84 30.17 28.25% -0.39 18.32 25.74 27.03 27.62 23.08 22.74 26.50 33. generators.51 32.04 14.49 21.62 24.53 24.12 15.93 25.55 21.06 17.41 23.52 35. Public Admin.13 -0.68 0.94 27.14 -0.51 28.69% -1.04 37.43 29.35 31.92 31.29 -0.38 21.05 28.04 -0.13 20.75 26.57 21.10 1.77% 0.58 1.32 26.32 24.71 30.41% 1.25 23.83 20.43 25.87 28.94 23.28 -0.55 18.27 26.59 21.34% 0.87 0.70 17.70 23.30% 2.65 15.24 20. turbines.52% -0.76 16.30 22.30 16.63 32.10 23.99 23.83 31.47 0.46 21.04 38.01 1.34 20.19 22.73 19.67 28.88 25.11 16.27 25.17 24.94 23.99 21.51 29.07 19.93 35.53 0.88 16. Services Construction Health Services Leisure Management Manufacturing Mining Other Services Prof.66 21.96 21.12% -2.64 0.06 22.29 30.04% 9.25 25.19 31.79 16.24 22.88% 0.07 -2.14 13.77% -1.34 25.28 19.08 20.07 -0.85 4.70% -0.80 15.67 31.11 29.39 0.15 26.03 30.64 19.44 23.07 26.92 19.52 31.54 23.35 30.56 22.96% 2.51 24.41 29.25 26.66 2.24 24.28 28.26% -8.39 -0.06% -0.70 22.08 16.24 0.39% 7.35 0.24% -4.65 1.79 26. Transportation Utilities Wholesale 20.92% 7.68 35.54 21.51 24.69 17.10 -1.16 21.88 20.00 27.44 30.24% -0.23% 5.09 0.01 23.56 26.06 -1.55 31.72 25.99 28.05% 9.55 17.70 19.91 18.12 23.30 20.52 26.98 31.70 13.45 1.04 -1.53 27.96 20.21 24.86 27.14 -0.

596 32.027 49.939 77.846 -269 2.122 34.773 56.372 76.807 58.390 68.816 42.743 72.247 32.359 66.947 45.658 51.777 33.202 41.425 75.72% 8.842 0 2.894 31.56% 6.078 47.873 66.523 65.770 2.583 2.968 -2.788 49.301 3.011 47.724 65.913 38.369 43.330 48.664 53.858 68.990 43.410 67.831 56.752 40.46% 34.022 64.110 38.410 36.468 88.453 68.372 46.704 83.21% 5.266 37.55% 6.801 44.76% 12.333 70.517 57.852 60.31% 1.063 49.310 36.281 39.318 67.794 34. & Tech.227 61.543 62.777 46.863 38.197 50.790 40.268 52.50% -0.950 44.784 72.80% 0.111 67.374 4.426 66.596 61.582 49.608 38.974 -315 709 4.931 43.622 47.593 68.433 47.852 76.577 57.482 73.506 62.787 62.001 -789 10.518 39.838 -352 1.69% 1.807 55.878 43.779 58.51% 2.35% 6.283 57.04% 4.635 33.01% -1.682 40.224 52.345 50.478 58.626 63. Transportation Utilities Wholesale 40.320 62.216 59.551 44.034 48.885 38.448 490 -386 1.059 38.172 68.80% 1.443 46.326 65.673 3.749 53.607 61.840 62.596 66.728 33.982 60.970 61.16% 0.51% 14.67% 7.886 67.693 41.606 62.012 37.257 53.339 39.892 30.739 54.254 654 2.663 60.607 65.805 59.789 56.658 46.934 55.062 71.785 79.705 40.499 729 4.797 53.337 45.490 68.514 40.197 63.505 42.178 1.524 76.607 73.953 57.625 73.09% 1.371 63.410 44.992 41.319 63.124 45.570 49.73% 0.824 40.388 94.42% 6.153 66.186 49.03% 5.094 44.582 43.228 46.353 35.592 42.281 70.148 51.281 39.763 43.162 37.702 1.06% 0.929 63.290 38.173 48.552 72.300 41.522 83.401 41.513 55.928 66.870 74.559 38.933 58.31% 5.358 33.129 56.946 57.828 75.655 72.104 82.619 66.918 49.348 44.474 40.238 -923 1.586 58.702 48.064 65.15% -1.242 53.49% 8.51% 0.214 61.185 74.423 79.238 63.834 58.661 39.603 49.871 55.871 58.529 59.756 39.277 59.450 743 6.299 51.630 1.337 56.33% 12.387 81.644 59.718 70.750 69.331 35.457 53.013 40.157 46.568 32.703 70.047 40.156 61.73% -0.761 38.691 36.409 43.391 63.892 60.091 59.115 2.460 65.739 55.700 37.151 69.437 67.370 89.543 67.023 76.034 2.161 49.068 52.757 76.04% -9.274 43.86% 5.358 86.928 49.439 44.060 3.749 68.459 5.737 37.898 79.038 43.741 35.841 46.442 38.434 40.930 1.520 51.422 47.680 50.952 55.560 73.611 31.150 61.28% -1.344 1.914 55.978 45.86% 0.444 60.809 83.00% 4.732 47.866 48.906 66.11% 1.705 63.287 82.74% -0.027 38.108 51.52% 2.097 60.10% -1.128 66.379 52.953 40.224 44.584 31.273 22 -4.277 7.014 50.460 78.186 51.57% 3.495 818 2.265 44.144 63. Public Admin.821 70.95% 3.867 45.71% -0.214 82.619 46.444 87.609 -834 1.69% 1.291 68.Training and Development Specialist Job Description: Conducts training and development programs for employees.273 3.176 42.892 63.158 55.035 64.385 45.849 46.712 68.91% 0.57% -5.73% 3.107 4.36% 3.967 51.612 40.139 37.471 211 1.559 43.951 45.341 38.173 58.46% 2.488 44.869 63.99% 2.022 53.732 -774 1.468 70.52% 2.025 53.949 61.728 44.015 29.920 45.199 40.949 38.088 69.150 35.830 1.835 56.757 52.05% 3.572 74. Annual Salary ($) 7/1/2010 25th 50th Increase/Decrease 7/1/2011 75th 25th 50th 50th Percentile 75th Dollars Percent All Employers Nationwide All Employers Admin.454 40.294 69.077 39.204 65.627 269 5.751 35.778 36.928 53. Inc.242 31.08% 4.558 53.695 40.769 44.156 55.247 41.312 32.454 29.196 1.173 45.196 35.181 54.131 60.392 332 3.738 55.11% 6.999 48.957 1.840 50.759 47.81% 9.823 2.611 49. Services Construction Health Services Leisure Management Manufacturing Mining Other Services Prof.370 51.161 84.515 36.351 45.182 51.167 52.617 50.050 60.730 43.075 32.527 48.140 55.285 73.242 36.973 45.645 55.300 3.51% 2.622 34.868 54.955 37.186 65.63% 2.988 46.295 58.71% 4.432 49.34% 1.985 34.297 67.255 68.415 40.42% 22.011 48.932 51.730 48.341 3.167 48.01% 2.461 69.224 34.602 58.929 47.125 57.451 36.795 37.237 1.417 46.128 45.038 37.602 42. (17104400) 37 .509 77.152 44.944 49.869 49.294 70.439 1.473 36.215 51.310 4.561 54.198 52.348 58.791 43.071 81.125 75.04% 4.327 46.682 62.338 32.744 63.928 75.507 58.015 3.300 73.485 47.07% 10.088 61.48% 10.660 62.01% All Employers by State Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming ©Business & Legal Reports.204 38 1.35% 2.

31 13.01 13.27 26.01 24.19 24.37 22.15 0.60 23.02 26.52 15.57 13.78% 2.06 16.72% -0.19 12.58 10.68 16.20 11.76 34.48 0.48 33.08 29.07 23.74 16.59 21.15 17.71 19.79 23.65% -19.17 0.74 16.63 25.01 28.79 27. often through the use of control boards.51% -2.11 -4.16% 3.39 21.55 -1.68 19.69 26.58 13.86 3.80 22.18 18.27 28.18 13.41 -1.86 27.18 20.86 29.40 18.39% 0.13 15.09 17.73 0.07 17.20 24.12% -5.40 27.09 16.39 0.99 18.44 17.03 -0.71 20.38 14.35 0.85% 0.61 15.53 0.63 27.53 20.37 22.59 17.64 16.25 14.01 18.22 -0.83% 24.68 -0.90% 3.79 21.46% 4.24% 2.29% 5.74 28.67 21.95 26.15 18.03 34.44 -0.01% -0.13 17.46 24.82 17.14 19.37 26.48 14.10% 0.49 13.19 16.11 13.60% 12.72 13.15 21.02 18.36 24.15 20.96 28.55% -3.15 21.24 20.23 21.32% -8.94 1.98% 1.00 22.75 25.88 29.71 17.24 -0.55% 1.97% All Employers by State Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming 38 2011–2012 EHS Salary Guide .00 25.68 12.33% -3.38 25.30 0.56 5.37 18.68 11.98 20.49 16.68 22.00 20.06% 8.00 14.25 21.70 22.34 16.78 17.12 18. Hourly Rate ($) Increase/Decrease 7/1/2010 25th 50th 7/1/2011 75th 25th 50th 50th Percentile 75th Dollars Percent All Employers Nationwide All Employers Admin.16% -3.28 16.98 17.26 22.70 28.74 15.65 22.67 23.21 25.97 16.31 0.07 20.40 21.38 25.20 19.43 20.12 16.35 26.11 17.66 17.06 1.07 17.34 26.Water and Liquid Waste Treatment Plant and System Operator Job Description: Operate or control an entire process or system of machines.44 25.88 18.98 15.90 20.17 18. Public Admin.36 22.12% -2.55 0.90 16.14% -1.11 25.34 17.53 25.61 21.03 17.98 22.32 14.23% -1.93% 0.33 16.68 14.19% 2.87 26.12 15.04 24.17 -0.03 0.85 16.89 30.74 13.44% -0.06 16.89 14.61 27.63% 3.91 25.10% -0.69 22.95 16.74 17.14 24.88% 1.23 -0.59 17.22 24.08 29.36 18.84 1.38 17.78 11.72 14.65 -0.66% -7.13 21.86 21.17 25.98 14.21 -0.25 14.21% 2.36 0.74 14.29 17.63% 3.28 16.96 29.17 16.55 11.32 20.13 20.11 15.74 13.09 0.04% 2.14 0.18 17.77 17.84 20. & Tech.90 19.41 21.33 25.92 11.15 -0.20 0.24 20.25 27.69 15.31 15.20 0.41 22.97 32.77 21.56 28.45 23.78 0.72 13.32 13.74 19.78 16.43 18.29% -0.97 21.30 30.08 19.90 17.11 16.30 29.56 18.29 11.46 0.95 18.28 12.31 -0.86 20.53 19.80 14.46 17.28 0.51 18.03 22.52 18.27 22.29 30.86 22.13% 0.34% 6.34 23.82 13.56 25.59 11.72 30.87 20.36 17.57 19.40 26.44 15.14 32.11% 4.34% -1.11 -0.05 19.15 16.81 18.36 14.17% -1.20 0.42 14.80 21.11 17.98 24.01 1.12% 4.67 21.12 23.04 22.79 15.41 17.29 29.74 -0.39 24.75 25.39% 0.34 24.12 19.86 17.54 -0.36 19.88 25.50 14.75 17.26 -0.07 21.38% 1.31 27.32 11.49 32.21% -4.47 13.02 18.84 17.26 13.26 11.58 19.98 0.60 21.47 22.46 16.57 13.50 -1.63 16.49 20.46 -0.62% 2.38 28.55 17.16 20.56 21.50 22.80 0.35 15.37 26.91 19.19% 6.32% 14.89 21.43 12.94 17.33 21.35 11.99% -1.48 14.25 20.95 25.95 22.46 14.76 23.52 14.56 17.61 -0.95% 3.05 19.79 18.96 20. Utilities Wholesale 15.98 19.23% 0.55 21.85 21.64 20.12% 8.54 -0.30 25.49 19.43 14.35 1.83 27.42 22.50 25.01 19.69 1.33 10.84 0.68 21.92 18.46 20.71% 2.76 14.03 20.63 15.63 20.16 16.97 23.84 0.80 25.84 21.99 35.70 22.18% 3.22 -0.14 0.66 11.55 22.63 18.28 16.94 34.45 20.35 23.31 21.02 17.45 23.09 18.65 23.82 22.04 28.55% 1.68 -0.46 17. Services Construction Health Services Management Manufacturing Mining Other Services Prof. to transfer or treat water or liquid waste.05 12.10 19.45 18.25 19.29 17.98 20.82 22.65 20.32 14.10% -1.65 20.06 0.29 14.19 24.16% -2.77 25.66 26.01 13.53 21.22 14.48 15.12% -3.06 21.76 19.09 17.34 23.49 22.58 18.37% -3.62 2.34 18.39 26.52 17.02 0.06 16.75 18.71 13.51 19.86 20.30 25.61 -0.60% -0.17 21.02 23.76 17.36 17.32 24.13 0.03 16.91 0.39 13.54 20.44 0.28 19.

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