2004 Atlanta Electronic Proceedings

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Podium Sessions

PO 101. Water, Water, Everywhere The IEQ Perspective

PO 102. Balance Issues and Upper Extremity Potpourri

PO 103. Occupational Exposure Assessment and Epidemiology for Chemical Mixtures

PO 104. Management & Training Issues: Stewardship & Sustainability, Communication & Training Issues

PO 105. Advances in Respiratory Protection

PO 106. Mold Exposure Assessment

PO 107. Current Topics in Laboratory Health and Safety

PO 108. Exposure Assessment Strategies 1

PO 109. Risk Assessment and Management

PO 110 Aerosols Technology

PO 111. Ergonomic Processes

PO 112. Advances in Occupational Epidemiology and Toxicology: Standards, Guidelines and Classifications

PO 113. Bioaerosol Sampling 1 ― Traditional Approaches

PO 114. Occupational Toxicology, Medicine and Epidemiology Approaches to IH Policy and Practice

PO 115. Physical Agents: Noise and Hearing Conservation

PO 116. Industrial Hygiene General Practice 1

PO 117. Lifting and Manual Material Handling

PO 118. Lead

PO 119. Bioaerosol Sampling 2 ― Novel Approaches

PO 120. Understanding Respirator Performance

PO 121. Management / Leadership

PO 122. International Occupational Hygiene Issues

PO 123. Personal Protective Clothing and Equipment

PO 124. Community / Youth Exposures to Environmental Hazards

PO 125. Industrial Hygiene General Practice 2

PO 126. General IEQ Issues

PO 127. Detection, Sampling, and Analysis for Gases, Vapors and Aerosols

PO 128. Physical Agents: Ionizing/Nonionizing Radiation/Heat Stress

PO 129. Topics in Safety

PO 130. Computer Applications

PO 131. Mold Remediation

PO 132. Biological Monitoring and Skin Exposure Assessment

PO 133. Health Care Industries

PO 134. Agricultural Health and Safety

PO 135. Exposure Assessment Strategies 2

PO 136. Management of IEQ Problems

PO 137. Topics in Construction



Roundtable Sessions

RT 201. OSHA Program Updates

RT 202. Asbestos Survey & Design Approaches: Tools for Industrial Hygienists

RT 203. Cradle to Grave TLC for Your Industrial Ventilation System

RT 204. A Comparison of Calibration Methods for Hazardous Gas Detection Equipment

RT 205. Chemical-Biological Agent Detection: Second Generation Equipment and Over the Horizon

RT 206. How Research-Industry-Government Alliances Can Make a Positive Difference Through Ergonomics

RT 207. Sharing Excellence: Practical Industrial Hygiene Experiences Among Spanish Speaking Professionals (In Spanish)

RT 208. Industrial Hygiene Lessons Learned from SARS in Asia

RT 209. OSHA's Hexavalent Chromium Standard Rulemaking Status and Issues

RT 210. Human Biological Monitoring in Risk and Exposure Assessment

RT 212. New Venues for Industrial Hygienists: Using Biological Monitoring to Uncover the Health Impact of Environmental Toxicants

RT 213. Promoting Excellence Through Voluntary Protection Programs (VPP) in the Construction Industry

RT 214. Field Portable Measurement of Airborne Beryllium, Chromium, Arsenic, Lead and Other Metals: Instruments, Methods, and Future Directions

RT 216. Frugal Ergonomics

RT 217. Comprehensive Exposure Assessment: Implementation and Beyond

RT 218. Industrial and Community Lead Exposures in Kazakhstan and Neighboring Countries: Current Status, Programs, and Industrial Hygiene Trends

RT 219. Nosocomial (Hospital Acquired) Infections: The New Frontier for Industrial Hygienists

RT 220. Sustainability Performance Measurement : The Standards, Implementation Strategies, and the Impact on the Organization

RT 221. Microbial Investigations: The Current Standard of Care

RT 222. Respirator Program Audits ― Their Value and Requirements

RT 223. Control Banding: Is the U.S. Ready?

RT 224. EH&S High Tech Training Strategies: Integrating E-Learning With Traditional Learning Approaches

RT 226. Real-World Approaches to Dermal Exposure Assessment and Risk Management

RT 227. Current Issues in Employee Substance Abuse Testing

RT 229. Creation and Evolution of Material Safety Data Sheets: Cradle-to-Cradle ― Birth of the New GHS SDS Era!

RT 230. The Industrial Hygiene Consultant Forum

RT 231. Practical Applications of Mathematical Exposure Modeling in Exposure Assessment ― It Really Works!

RT 233. CDC/NIOSH Health Hazard Evaluation Program: Hot Topics in the HHE Program

RT 234.   Industrial Hygiene Future Focus Areas

RT 235. Real World Issues: TLVs, BEIs, and Bioaerosols

RT 236. Toxicological and Occupational Medicine Perspective on Molds and Mycotoxins: Update and Implications for Industrial Hygiene

RT 238. Ergonomics and the Aging Workforce

RT 239. Untangling Asbestos Exposure: Strategies, Protocols, Methods and Statistics

RT 240. Challenging Confined Spaces and How They Were Mastered

RT 242. Professional Judgment and Decision Making: Mathematical Modeling, Validation, and Bayesian Statistics - Creating the Super IH

RT 243. Chemical Hormesis and Industrial Hygiene: Are We Over-Controlling Exposures?

RT 244. Updating the OSHA PELs: The Lessons Learned, the Options, and Where We Go From Here

RT 245. Occupational Health Issues/Concerns in Asia

RT 246. Hot Topics in Non-Ionizing Radiation

RT 247. Wellness Programs and Ergonomics: A Bottom Line Connection

RT 248. Adjusting to Constant Change in the Practice of Industrial Hygiene Within Laboratory and Healthcare Settings

RT 249.  Air Flow Requirements for Respirators

RT 250. Building Construction and Water Intrusion

RT 251. EXCELLENCE ― Where was it During SARS?



EHS Crossover Programs

CR 301. Accessible Training and Presentations  (Sharon Lynn Campbell)

CR 302. Construction Issues in Healthcare: Challenges and Strategies (Andrew Streifel and Joan Wideman)

CR 303. 6� Simple Tools to Prove Value, Gain Cooperation, and Save Lives (Rodney Grieve)

CR 304. Medical Devices; Safety Up and Downstream  (Nancy Orr)

CR 305. Implementing the New Electrical Safety Requirements  (Paul Zoubek)

CR 306. Creating Breakthroughs for Safety, Health, and Environmental Excellence! (Michael Topf)

CR 307. Managing Contractors for Fall Protection (Mark Monson)

CR 308. Web-Based Training: Opportunities and Challenges  (Robert Brown & Berta Lippert)

CR 309. Dirty Dirt ― Is it Construction or is it Hazardous Waste?  (Kier De Leo and Robert Adams)

CR 310. Dimensions of Supervisor Effectiveness (Don Groover

CR 311. Emission Monitoring Program Design and Oversight (David Elam, Jr.)

CR 312. Safety Considerations for High Voltage, High Power Electrical Generation, Distribution and Control Systems   (Mark McCoy)

CR 313. Leading the Culture to an Injury-Free Workplace (Don Groover)

CR 314. What is the Real Cost of Your Managed Fall Protection Program? (Mark Stemmer)

CR 315. The S520―A New Mold Standard for Industry  (Michael Pinto)

CR 317. Confined Spaces and Compressed Gas Systems ― Improving Contractor Safety When Using Nitrogen (Mary DeVany)

CR 318. Developing Sustainability Management Systems A Focus on Strategy, Implementation, Evolution and Benefits   (Jeffrey Hogue)

CR 320. Use of an Audit Tool for Fall Hazard Reduction on Construction Sites (Mark Fullen and Brandon Takacs)

CR 321. Preventing Industrial Accidents Through Managing Change (Bill Taylor)

CR 322. Building a Corporate Wellness Program  (Nikki Hetman)

CR 323. Understanding the Electric Arc Flash Hazard

CR 324. Safety for Employees With Disabilities  (Sharon Lynn Campbell)

CR 325. Environmental Monitoring Requirements in the Iron and Steel Foundry MACT Regulations  (Cliff Glowacki)

CR 326. Changing the Mindset: "It Won't Happen to Me"   (Donald Theune)

CR 327. Harness Suspension Trauma: A Hidden Danger in Safety (Phillip Bishop)

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