AIHA Presents Exposure and Chemical Monitoring Course

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Release No. SPR-13-0401-01

CONTACT:
Kathryn Grandstaff, AIHA Communications
(703) 846-0700; kgrandstaff@aiha.org

Road course will be offered November 18-20 in Columbus, OH


FALLS CHURCH, Va. (April 1, 2013) — The American Industrial Hygiene Association® (AIHA) is pleased to offer the “Exposure and Chemical Monitoring: Beyond IH Fundamentals” road course in Columbus, Ohio. The course designed for OEHS professionals will be presented November 18 - 20 by Bill Adams, CIH, CSP, CPEA, LEED AP and Dianne Grote Adams, MS, CIH, CSP, CPEA.

Building on IH fundamentals, this intermediate three-day course is designed to provide additional training and knowledge in the aspects of industrial hygiene chemical monitoring through group exercises and discussion. Attendees will review MSDS, identify similar exposure groups (SEG), conduct qualitative assessments, design quantitative sampling plans based on OSHA and NIOSH sampling methods (both direct reading and integrated sampling), calibrate equipment, prepare laboratory analysis requests, interpret monitoring results (SAE, mixture rule, extended shift OEL), identify potential control measures, and learn to communicate the results to both management and workers.

To register for the “Exposure and Chemical Monitoring: Beyond IH Fundamentals” road course in Columbus, Ohio, please visit http://www.aiha.org/education/ce/roadcourses/Pages/ExposureandChemicalMonitoring.aspx. Please contact Erin Breece, AIHA’s Learning Programs Coordinator, at (703) 846-0749 or ebreece@aiha.org with questions regarding the road course programs.


About the American Industrial Hygiene Association® (AIHA)
Founded in 1939, the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) is the premier association of occupational and environmental health and safety professionals. AIHA’s 10,000 members play a crucial role on the front line of worker health and safety every day. Members represent a cross-section of industry, private business, labor, government and academia.