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Understanding Industrial Hygiene Exposure Assessment and Data Analysis

This full-day course teaches, in a practical manner, the application of industrial hygiene exposure assessment and data analysis techniques. The goal is to provide the student with the tools needed to manage the often intimidating task of evaluating and prioritizing chemical exposure assessments and interpreting industrial hygiene data. Traditional as well as innovative and practical approaches are discussed, with opportunities for class participation and hands-on exercises. A laptop with Microsoft Excel software is recommended.

CEUs:
0.7


Course topics
  • Exposure Assessment Strategies and Similar Exposure Groups
  • Qualitative Exposure Assessment Approaches
  • Rule Based Data Interpretation
  • Introduction to Industrial Hygiene Statistics and Data Interpretation
  • Hazard and Control Banding
  • Introduction to IH Exposure Modeling
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    $599

    Nov 10, 2020 -- New Orleans, LA
    8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

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    Advanced Industrial Hygiene Data Analysis

    This advanced half-day course teaches the practical application of statistical concepts and techniques to industrial hygiene data. Previous industrial hygiene experience and some previous statistics coursework is helpful (such as our Understanding Industrial Hygiene Exposure Assessment and Data Analysis course). The potentially complex concepts are described and practiced in a manner to equip the student with the knowledge and confidence to apply the skills that are learned. Traditional, as well as innovative, approaches are discussed with opportunities for class participation and hand-on exercises. A laptop with Microsoft Excel software is recommended

    Nov 11, 2020 -- New Orleans, LA

    Industrial Hygiene Exposure Modeling

    Predicting what worker exposures will be to chemicals and particles can be invaluable for many reasons, such as to estimate (1) exposures that happened in the past; (2) anticipated exposures during design and planning phases; (3) exposure where no quantitative method exists or are difficult to measure; or (4) peak exposures, to name just a few. Although it is difficult to model these exposures precisely, modeling tools are a proven technique to improve the ability of the industrial hygienist to identify exposure scenarios that may exceed health-based exposure limits. This course will teach the fundamental concepts of modeling worker exposure and demonstrate the use of the American Industrial Hygiene Association’s IHMOD freeware. Opportunities for class participation and hand-on exercises will be provided. A laptop with Microsoft Excel software is recommended.

    Nov 11, 2020 -- New Orleans, LA