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Industrial Hygiene for the Safety Professional

Credit: 2 Days/ 1.4 CEU / 1.0 CHMM CMP
Description: This seminar provides an overview of the elements involved with the field of Industrial Hygiene. Discussion will concentrate on hazard recognition, evaluation, and control for the participant who is either beginning in the field or in need of an overview refresher course. Practical hands-on case studies will be utilized in developing sampling strategy, sampling methods and use of control measures. A basic review of industrial hygiene equipment and current regulatory requirements will be addressed.

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Attendees will be able to discuss and utilize:
The role of industrial hygiene
PEL vs. TLV
Toxicology vs. hazard
Prioritizing hazards
Instrumentation
Evaluation strategies
Control measures
Indoor air quality
Industrial hygiene reports/calculations
  Instructor(s): Thomas L. Roberts, CSP, CIH, CHMM, President, Occupational & Industrial Health Systems, Inc., Nacogdoches, TX