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MONDAY

Monday Podiums

PO101
Biosafety & Infection Control

Developing, Implementing and Sustaining a Nascent Comprehensive Biosafety Program (1244KB)

C. Torres, Intel Corporation, Colorado Springs, CO; J. Hartle, Intel Corporation, Santa Clara, CA.

Microbes, Emerging Resistance, & Superbugs: Healthcare Worker Safety, the New Frontier (2770KB)

A. Hogan, Becton, Dickinson and Company, Washington, DC; N. Hauter, U.S. DOL/OSHA, Chicago, IL.

Location Dependent Variability of Effective Ventilation Rates Within Hospital Isolation Rooms (164KB)

C. Keil, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH; D. Clutts, Toledo Hospital, Toledo, OH.

Survival of Bacteria under Different Storage Conditions and Nutrients on Respirator Filter

C. Lai, C. Chiang, Chung Shan Medical University, Taichung, Taiwan, Province of China; W. Lin, China Medical University, Taichung, Taiwan, Province of China; T. Yu, Y. Ho, C. Chang, Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, Council of Labor Affairs, Taipei, Taiwan, Province of China.

An Investigation of an Outbreak of Rare Fungal Infections at a Dialysis Clinic

S. Cali, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL; S. Fridkin, T. Clark, G. Huhn, M. Arduino, M. Brandt, R. Hajjeh, D. Warnock, CDC, Atlanta, GA; C. Conover, Illinois Department of Public Health, Chicago, IL.

PO102
Occupational Epidemiology �Modeling and Characterizing Exposures

Effects and Limitations of Sample Selection in Retrospective Occupational Exposure Reconstruction

F. Hernandez, T. Hall, M. Phillips, R. Clinkenbeard, OUHSC, Oklahoma City, OK.

Evaluation of Industrial Hygiene Sampling Data Collected from Random and Non-Random Sampling Distributions

H. Basara, T. Hall, P. Jones, University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, OK; N. Esmen, University of Illinois, Chicago, IL; G. Marsh, J. Buchanich, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA; G. Marsh, J. Buchanich, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA.

A Task-Based Exposure Estimation Modeling Approach Used in Historical Exposure Reconstruction in the Chemical Industry (70KB)

P. Jones, T. Hall, M. Phillips, R. Lynch, H. Basara, University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, OK; N. Esmen, University of Illinois, Chicago, IL; R. Leonard, DuPont, Newark, DE.

Validation of Exposure Modeling Using Industrial Hygiene Sampling Data

T. Hall, H. Basara, P. Jones, University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, OK; N. Esmen, University of Illinois, Chicago, IL; G. Marsh, J. Buchanich, A. Youk, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA.

A Comparison of Metrics for Assessment of Exposure to ELF Magnetic Fields in a Population-Based Brain Tumor Study

J. Coble, M. Dosemeci, P. Inskip, NCI, Rockville, MD.

PO103
Laboratory Health & Safety

Environmental Management System Planning for Laboratory and Research Operations

D. Ausdemore, CDC, Atlanta, GA.

Approaches to Reducing Toluene Diisocyanate Exposure in a Petrochemical Laboratory (66KB)

Y. Cho, Korea Occupational Safety and Health Agency, Yeosu City, Republic of Korea.

Evaluation and Response to Beryllium Contamination from FIDLER Probes at a DOE Facility (1881KB)

D. Larson, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, CA.

Skin Wipe Sampling for Metals (377KB)

V. Feuerstein, Reclamation, Billings, MT; K. Smit, Northern Analytical Laboratories, Inc, Billings, MT.

PO104
Computer Applications and Auditing EHS Systems

Health & Safety Compliance Auditing: Regularly Overlooked Issues (101KB)

C. Jenkins, MACTEC, Inc., Peoria, IL.

Audit Process Improvement � Moving Toward Objective and Measurable Results

L. Wash, 3M, St. Paul, MN.

PDA use in EHS Auditing (10524KB)

M. Rollins, Thermo Electron, Waltham, MA.

The Power Resource Suite: Information Technology to Improve SHE Performance (2143KB)

W. Comerford, Foster Wheeler, Clinton, NJ.

Effective Management of EHS Data Using a Custom-Designed Web-Based Environmental Management System (6469KB)

L. Barnes, Ball Corporation, Broomfield, CO; M. Viana, Ecology and Environment, Inc., Buffalo, NY.

Development of a Geospatial Time Dependent Information System for Industrial Hygiene

S. Lacey, R. Espinosa, N. Esmen, K. Kennedy, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL.

PO105
Occupational Ergonomics and Biomechanics

Eight Ways to Assess a Lifting Tool (398KB)

J. Camp, L. Winnemuller, S. Russell, P. Johnson, University of Washington, Seattle, WA.

Measuring the Change in Spinal Curvature (220KB)

M. Payton, U.S. Air Force, Edwards AFB, CA; L. Payton, Auburn University, Auburn University, AL.

PO106
Safety

Imaginative Alternatives to Compliance with Existing OSHA Safety and Health Requirements (39KB)

H. Cole, M. Garrahan, R. Biersner, U.S. DOL/OSHA, Washington, DC.

Implementation of ATEX137 Directive in Portugal, Spain and UK (177KB)

A. Miguel, University of Minho, Guimaraes, Portugal; N. Sousa, Sun Chemical Portugal, Porto, Portugal.

Assessment of the Dispersion of a Gaseous Pollutant in the Near-Field of an Accidental Emission Source (1167KB)

L. Ricciardi, D. Guerra, J. Laborde, IRSN, Gif sur Yvette, France.

Precautions Needed to Prevent Aluminum Dust Explosions

I. Wainless, U. S. DOL/OSHA, Washington, DC.

Deaths of Three Hardwood Floor Sanders Leads to Fire Safety Prevention (883KB)

E. Pechter, P. Hunt, Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Boston, MA.

Office Hazards Increase as Employee Density Increases (1226KB)

S. Mallinger, Congressional Office of Compliance, Washington, DC.

PO107
Respirator Research and Regulatory Implications

A New Respirator Fit Test Panel Based on Principal Component Analysis

Z. Zhuang, R. Shaffer, NIOSH, Pittsburgh, PA; B. Bradtmiller, Anthrotech, Yellow Springs, OH.

Association of Body Mass Index with Facial Dimensions for Defining Respirator Fit Panels

Z. Zhuang, R. Roberge, L. Stein, NIOSH, Pittsburgh, PA.

Evaluation of Three New Fit Test Protocols for Use with the TSI PortaCount (349KB)

R. McKay, J. Bradley, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.

Gas Masks, What is the Level of Protection in Actual Use? (888KB)

L. Steenweg, S. van der Gijp, B. Nijboer, TNO Defence, Security & Safety, Rijswijk, The Netherlands.

Real-Time Measurement of Aerosol Penetration through Respirators under Cyclic-Flow Conditions

A. Viner, S. Kalatoor, L. Janssen, 3M Occupational Health & Environmental Safety Division, St. Paul, MN.

Performance of Electret Filters Exposed to Paraffin Oil (513KB)

J. Huberty, L. Janssen, J. Bidwell, 3M Company, St. Paul, MN .

Laboratory Variation in Service Life Test Results Using the NIOSH Carbon Tetrachoride Test � A Pain in the Ankle for Test Labs (63KB)

C. Manning, G. Nelson, Assay Technology, Pleasanton, CA.

PO108
Industrial Hygiene General Practice

Parameters Influencing Hexavalent Chromium Mist Sampling During Electroplating Operations

F. Golbabaei, A. Tirgar, S. Shahtaheri, K. Nourijelyani, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran (Islamic Republic of); M. Ganjali, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran (Islamic Republic of); F. Akbar-Khanzadeh, Medical University of Ohio, Toledo, OH.

Hexavalent Chromium Exposure Assessment in Electric Power Generation and Effects of the OSHA Hexavalent Chromium Standard (2579KB)

A. Siert, S. Woods, Xcel Energy, Denver, CO; K. Blehm, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO; D. Dechant, Marshall University, Huntington, WV.

An Evaluation of Fire Fighters' Diesel Exhaust Exposures During Simulated Medical Emergency Response Calls (1951KB)

D. Friedman, SAIF Corporation, Salem, OR.

A Series of Negative Exposure Assessments Related to Asbestos Containing Components Still Used in Railroad Equipment Today (1929KB)

F. Boelter, M. Weeks, C. Simmons, Boelter & Yates, Inc., Park Ridge, IL.

Welding Fume Exposure of Welders Working in Isolation (967KB)

L. Berman, E. Indacochea, L. Conroy, P. Scheff, S. Erdal, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL.

The Development of Qualitative and Quantitative Survey Instruments to Identify Future Industrial Hygienists (405KB)

D. Brown, C. Harvey, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY.

Improving the Future of Industrial Hygiene (600KB)

D. Brown, C. Harvey, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY.

Meeting Workplace Health and Safety Information Needs (393KB)

B. Pathak, CCOHS, Hamilton, ON, Canada; R. Cockerline, Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety, Hamilton, ON, Canada.

Exposures to Coal Fly Ash During Maintenance of Air Cleaning Devices in Power Plants (1753KB)

H. Beaulieu, Industrial Hygiene Resources, Boise, ID; A. Siert, S. Woods, Xcel Energy, Denver, CO.

 

Monday Roundtables

201
Nanotechnology and Personal Protective Equipment Issues

Efficiency of Respirator Filter Media Against Nano-Aerosols (1495KB)

S. Kim, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN.

Respirator Particulate Filter Efficiency Against Nano-Aerosols

A. Richardson, Battelle, Columbus, OH.

Dermal and Respiratory Protection in Handling Nanomaterials at the Center for High-Rate Nanomanufacturing (CHN)  (2302KB)

K. Ahn, University of Massachusetts Lowell, Lowell, MA.

202
OSHA Program Updates

A State and Cooperative Programs Update

P. White, U.S. DOL/OSHA, Washington, DC.

203
ACGIH� — Dedicated to Development of Exposure Guidelines for the Professional

(463KB)

ACGIH� Board Chair Opening Comments & Overview of the ACGIH� Organization

R. Soule, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA.

Threshold Limit Values for Chemical Substances (TLV�CS) Committee

D. Casserly, University of Houston - Clear Lake, Houston, TX.

Threshold Limit Values for Physical Agents (TLV�-PA) Committee

T. Bernard, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL.

BEI� for Biological Exposure Indices Committee

L. Lowry, University of Texas, Tyler, TX.

ACGIH� TLV�/BEI� Development Process

J. Price, ACGIH, Cincinnati, OH.

204
Elements and the Skin

Physicochemical Characterization of Metal-containing Particles and Assessment of Dermal Exposure

G. Day, NIOSH, Morgantown, WV.

Percutaneous Penetration of Lead: An in Vitro Human Skin Study, the Effect of Decontamination, and Risk Analysis of Dermal Exposure (667KB)

M. Boeniger, NIOSH, Cincinnati, OH.

Contact Allergy to Metals: Update and Overview

J. Taylor, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, OH.

The Role of the Skin in the Development of Systemic Immune System Sensitization

T. Klingner, Colorimetric Laboratories, Inc., Des Plaines, IL.

205
Mold Components Impact on Health: Spores, mVOCs, and Mycotoxins (allergies, irriation and inflammation, and mycotoxicosis) and IAQ
The Human Factor

Mold and Human Allergies (749KB)

S. Wintermeyer, Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN.

Sensory Irritation, Odor and mVOCs (515KB)

P. Dalton, Monell Chemical Senses Center, Philadelphia, PA.

Mycotoxins in Indoor Air

W. Tang, QLAB, Cherry Hill, NJ.

Indoor Air Quality: The Human Factor (1145KB)

S. Bessa-Morey, Bessa & Associates, Inc., Middleton, WI.

206
An IH's Guide for How to Plan, Present, and/or Evaluate Effective Safety & Health Training

Tips on Creating Media-Rich Training Materials and Supporting Training with Online Resource Materials (1018KB)

T. Ouimet, Yale University, New Haven, CT.

Use of an Electronic Job Hazard Survey to Determine Training Needs (2134KB)

M. Dombrowski, EG&G Technical Services, Inc., Morgantown, WV.

Techniques To Become More Comfortable Giving Oral Presentations: Part II (1549KB)

J. Zey, Central Missouri State University, Warrensburg, MO.

207
Nanoparticle Exposure Assessment

Exposure Scenarios for Nanoparticles in the Workplace

M. Hoover, NIOSH, Morgantown, WV.

Instrumentation for Measuring Airborne Concentrations of Nanoparticles

J. Volckens, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO.

Health Relevance of Airborne Nanoparticle Concentration Measurements (774KB)

G. Ramachandran, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN.

Assessing Dermal Exposure to Nanoparticles

G. Day, NIOSH, Morgantown, WV.

 

Monday EHS Crossovers

301
Greening the Supply Chain

Greening the Supply Chain (354KB)

E. Stewart, Kaiser Permanente National EH&S, Oakland, CA ; L. Garske, Kaiser Permanente Environmental Stewardship, Oakland, CA.

302
Lessons Learned From Hurricane Rita

Lessons Learned From Hurricane Rita (8113KB)

L. Lee, University of Texas, Houston, TX.

303
Post-Remediation Verification and Clearance Testing for Mold and Bacteria
Five Levels of Cleanliness Assurance.

Post-Remediation Verification and Clearance Testing for Mold and Bacteria � Five Levels of Cleanliness Assurance

R. Brandys, G. Brandys, Occupational & Environmental Health Consulting Services, Hinsdale, IL.

304
Safety Management Process (SMP) � Proactive Safety Metrics That Drive Performance in Manufacturing Facilities

Safety Management Process (SMP) � Proactive Safety Metrics that Drive Performance in Manufacturing Facilities (13114KB)
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Slide 32 video MPG (23314KB)

A. Bevington, Coors Brewing Company, Golden, CO.

305
Special Considerations for the Young Worker

Special Considerations for the Young Worker

S. Grady, R. Nester, U.S. DOL/OSHA, Washington, DC.


TUESDAY

Tuesday Podiums

PO109
Environmental Microbiology
Assessment Methods

Vapor Drive and how it Affects Mold Growth in Buildings (2220KB)

G. Crawford, M. Cornwell, P. Morey, R. Rottersman, Boelter & Yates, Inc., Park Ridge, IL.

Indoor and Outdoor Airborne Fungi: Viability and Concentration in six Moisture-free Houses

T. Lee, S. Grinshpun, D. Martuzevicius, A. Adhikari, C. Crawford, T. Reponen, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.

Comparison of Analytical Methods for Evaluating Mold in Carpet (353KB)

R. Rottersman, G. Crawford, Boelter & Yates, Inc., Park Ridge, IL; J. Shane, Environmental Microbiology Laboratories, Inc., Naperville, IL.

Experience on Measurement of Residual Dust
As Quality Assurance Documentation During Mold Remediation
(1201KB)

P. Morey, G. Crawford, Boelter & Yates, Inc., Park Ridge, IL; B. Prezant, Prezant Associates, Seattle, WA; R. Shaughnessy, University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK.

Bacteria Aerosol Measurements using Ventilation Filters in Building Air Handling Units (346KB)

S. Kim, J. Farnsworth, S. Goyal, P. Raynor, T. Kuehn, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN.

Determination of Sewage Contamination on Personal Belongings or Equipment Following Flooding or Waste System Malfunctions (1259KB)

D. Regelbrugge, F. Holcomb, J. Ruhl, G. Crawford, Boelter & Yates, Park Ridge, IL.

PO110
Exposure Assessment Strategies Modeling 1: Bayesian, Mathematical and More

Implementation of Bayesian Decision Analyses (BDA) Tools for Communication and Data Analysis in a Manufacturing Facility

M. Nunnally, 3M Co., Cordova, IL.

Validation of the Use of Carbon Dioxide and Sulfur Hexaflouride as a Tracer Gas in Determining Air Change Rates in a Single-Zone Space with Fewer Than 10 Air Changes per Hour (215KB)

M. Weeks, C. Simmons, F. Boelter, Boelter & Yates, Inc., Park Ridge, IL.

A Full-Scale Experimental Apparatus to Study MDR-TB Transmission

S. Parsons, CSIR, Pretoria, South Africa; P. Jensen, C. Wells, CDC, Atlanta, GA; M. First, E. Nardell, Harvard University, Boston, MA; K. Weyer, L. Roberts, MRC, Pretoria, South Africa; E. Mathews, North-West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa.

Validation of the Johnson and Ettinger Vapor Intrusion Model Applied to Commercial Buildings

T. Bowie, M. Keinath, E. Miesner, C. Stubbs, D. Daugherty, ENVIRON International Corporation, Emeryville, CA.

Comparison of Methods for Analyzing and Interpreting Censored Exposure Data (249KB)

P. Hewett, Exposure Assessment Solutions, Inc., Morgantown, WV; G. Ganser, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV.

PO111
International Occupational Hygiene Issues

Building Occupational Hygiene Capacity in Developing Nations, NIOSH Activities 1997-2005 (1697KB)

A. Sussell, CDC - NIOSH, Cincinnati, OH; M. Fingerhut, CDC - NIOSH, Washington, DC.

Environmental Air Quality Exposure Assessment in a Rural Nigerian Village (440KB)

E. Iyiegbuniwe, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY.

Compliance Assessment on Noise and Hazardous Chemicals Exposure Regulations: Malaysia's Multinational Oil and Gas Company's Experience (771KB)

M. Norhazlina, PETRONAS, Bintulu, Malaysia; Z. Said, A. Zainudin, PETRONAS, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Industrial Hygiene Studies for an International Oil and Gas Company in the Middle East (947KB)

D. Rogers, Parsons Brinckerhoff Ltd, Surrey, United Kingdom; W. Johnston, Parsons Brinckerhoff Ltd, Glasgow, United Kingdom; A. Maayergi, Qatar Petroleum, Doha, Qatar.

Ethiopian Occupational Health and Safety Regulatory Environment (936KB)

C. Keil, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH; S. Yimer, Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Global Occupational Exposure Limits for Over 3,500 Specific Chemicals

R. Brandys, Occupational & Environmental Health Consulting Services, Hinsdale, IL.

Maintaining Professional Ethics in an Unethical Political and Regulatory Environment (8037KB)

J. Hinton, Baker Hughes - Centrilift, Claremore, OK; R. Bui, Richard A. Bui and Associates, Wexford, PA; C. Glencross, True North Concepts, New Smyrna Beach, FL; W. Skocypec, Wayne J. Skocypec and Associates, Perkasie, PA.

PO112
Sampling & Analysis 1 � Traditional and Non-Traditional Sampling Techniques and Analysis

A Comparison of X-Ray Fluorescence and Wet Chemical Analysis of Air Filter Samples From a Lead-Acid Battery Recycling Plant (Secondary Lead Smelter).

P. Hintz, NIOSH, Spokane, WA; M. Harper, B. Pacolay, M. Andrew, NIOSH, Morgantown, WV.

Personnel Exposure to Isoflurane Before and After Placement of Accessory Anesthesia System (580KB)

M. McCullough, E. Gross, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, MA.

Validated Method for Formaldehyde Using Three Different Diffusive Samplers (486KB)

M. Eide, U.S.DOL/OSHA, Sandy, UT.

Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry Analysis of Di-n-Octyl Disulfide in a Straight Oil Metalworking Fluid with Differential Permeation and Box-Cox Transformation (175KB)

W. Xu, S. Que Hee, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA.

A Comparison of Methods for the Measurement of Styrene Emitted from a Foundry Using the Lost Foam Process

C. Glowacki, Technikon, Dublin, OH.

Volatile Metabolites Associated with Aflatoxigenic and Nontoxigenic Strains of Aspergillus flavus Grown on Three Different Substrates

Z. Jurjevic, EMSL Analytical, Inc., Westmont, NJ; G. Rains, D. Wilson, M. Tertuliano, University of Georgia, Tifton, GA; J. Tomberlin, Texas A&M University, Stephenville, TX; W. Lewis, USDA, Tifton, GA.

Development of a Personal Monitoring System for Airborne Enzyme (237KB)

J. Warburton, I. Christie, T. Baker, T. Cowburn, City Technology Ltd., Portsmouth, United Kingdom.

PO113
Emergency Preparedness and Response

Emerging Hearing Conservation Issues and Innovative Workplace Safety Accommodations for Emergency Response and General Workplace Situations for the Hearing-Impaired Worker (427KB)

D. Gabry, U.S. DOL/OSHA, Washington, DC.

Innovative Measures for the Protection Against CBRN Terrorism (1471KB)

S. van der Gijp, P. van Hooft, TNO Defence, Security and Safety, Rijswijk, The Netherlands.

Field Removal of Body Surface Contaminants from Non-Ambulatory Victims (1550KB)

E. Aton, Saint Louis City LEPC, Saint Louis, MO.

Decontamination Proficiency Testing: Lessons Learned (1928KB)

M. Brandt, F. Bolton, D. Volz, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM.

Safety, Fire and Health Emergency Response Activities at Oil Producing and Refining Facilities After Hurricane Katrina (738KB)

S. Barnes, Chevron North America Exploration and Production Company, Bakersfield, CA; D. Brown, Chevron International Exploration and Production Company, Houston, TX; G. Hunting, P. Sarmicanic, Chevron Energy Technology Company, Richmond, CA.

Response to Hurricanes Katrina and Rita (4964KB)

B. Doney, West Virginia Air National Guard, Charleston, WV.

Outdoor Air Monitoring in the Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina (4734KB)

J. Cardarelli, S. Hudson, EPA, Cincinnati, OH; D. Newell, EPA, Las Vegas, NV.

Multidisciplinary Disaster Recovery Assistance: What to do when the Home Team can’t be There (1793KB)

C. Ficklen, NASA, Hampton, VA.

PO114
Ergonomics Program Management

Integration of Ergonomics Principles into the Manufacturing Processes through Industrial Ergonomics Training (484KB)

C. Shulenberger, G. Ramachandran, D. Griffiths, Clayton-Bureau Veritas, Pleasanton, CA.

Improving Ergonomics to Help Achieve a Six Sigma Level of Performance (1644KB)

T. Silva, Humantech, Ann Arbor, MI.

Ergonomics Intervention in a Biotechnology R&D Manufacturing Department (1069KB)

M. Junge, Clayton-Bureau Veritas, Saratoga, CA; D. Cosgrove, Genentech, Inc., South San Francisco, CA.

Ergonomic Innovation of the Fixed-Split Computer Keyboard Design

H. McLoone, Microsoft, Redmond, WA.

PO115
Exposure Assessment Strategies and Risk Assessment

A Multi-Application, Multi-Industry Asbestos Exposure Assessment During Maintenance of Surfaces and Joints Sealed with Gaskets and Packing (956KB)

F. Boelter, C. Simmons, Boelter & Yates, Inc., Park Ridge, IL; L. Berman, University of Illinois, Chicago, IL.

Simulation of Asbestos Release from Asphalt-Based Roofing Products

P. Sheehan, Exponent, Oakland, CA; F. Mowat, R. Wiedling, Exponent, Menlo Park, CA.

Occupational Exposure Evaluation of Complex Vapor Mixtures at the Hanford Nuclear Waste Site, Washington (5480KB)

T. Anderson, CH2M HILL Hanford Group, Richland, WA.

Improving Containment Controls using a Video Exposure Monitoring Technique

R. Prodans, S. Paik, Abbott Laboratories, Abbott Park, IL.

Determination of Clearance Criteria Following Mercury Decontamination Projects (1332KB)

D. Regelbrugge, W. Williams, F. Holcomb, G. Crawford, B. Caddick, Boelter & Yates, Park Ridge, IL.

Factors that Influence Mercury Vapor Concentration at a Mercury Thermometer Manufacturing Facility

M. Sheehan, West Chester University, West Chester, PA; J. Galloway, Cephalon, West Chester, PA; J. Zanini, Becton Dickinson, Juiz de Fora, Brazil; N. Orr, G. Barbi, Becton Dickinson, Franklin Lakes, NJ.

Retrospective Occupational Exposure Assessment (50KB)

B. Pathak, CCOHS, Hamilton, ON, Canada; G. Rajhans, GSR Associates, Mississauga, ON, Canada.

A Practical Method of Defining “Regulated Areas” Compliant with the Proposed OSHA Hexavalent Chromium Standard (26KB)

L. Snyder, J. Kolcun, GE Transportation, Albuquerque, NM; R. Edgar, Weston Solutions, Inc., Albuquerque, NM.

Metal Sculptors: Occupational Environment and Risk Factors (108KB)

S. Erdal, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL; L. Berman, University of Illinois, Chicago, Chicago, IL.

PO116
Mold: What is Normal?

Air-borne Fungi: A Tool For IEQ Assessment (503KB)

R. Sahay, E. Ziegler, Pure Air Control Services, Clearwater, FL.

Influence of Time Delay in Indoor and Outdoor Bioaerosol Sampling for Building Evaluation

R. Spicer, Centrenel Inc., Haddonfield, NJ; H. Gangloff, Hudson International, Wayne, PA.

MoldRange � A Reference Database for Outdoor Fungal Aerosols

H. Burge, K. Ramanathan, D. Gallup, Environmental Microbiology Laboratory, Inc., San Bruno, CA.

Assessment of Numerical and Interpretive Guidelines for Fungi in Indoor Air

D. Gallup, D. Bell, H. Burge, Environmental Microbiology Laboratory, San Bruno, CA.

Evaluation of Count Variability among Commercial Laboratories for Co-located, Concurrently-collected Total Airborne Mold Samples (380KB)

T. Godish, D. Godish, Ball State University, Muncie, IN.

Effects of Daily Living Activities on Indoor Spore Aerosols

D. Gallup, M. Moody, H. Burge, Environmental Microbiology Laboratory, San Bruno, CA.

The Role of Species Identification in Indoor Fungal Investigations

H. Burge, Environmental Microbiology Laboratory, Inc., San Bruno, CA.

Pathogenic and Rarely Reported Molds Growing in Indoor Environments (1575KB)

C. Leathers, V. Crow, Dominion Environmental Consultants, Inc., Phoenix, AZ.

MVOCs as Indicators of Prevalent Indoor Fungi in 23 Homes (361KB)

T. Ryan, Ohio University, Athens, OH; C. Taylor, Premier Industries, Inc., Columbus, OH.

 

Tuesday Roundtables

208
Federal Lead Update

HUD Lead Update

W. Friedman, U.S. HUD, Washington, DC.

EPA Lead Update

J. Simpson, U.S. EPA, Washington, DC.

OSHA Lead Update (135KB)

M. O'Donnell, U.S. DOL/OSHA, Washington, DC.

209
The National Response Plan (NRP) Worker Safety and Health Support Annex Activation for Hurricanes Katrina and Rita � Successes, Lessons Learned, and Changes Made for the Future

Response and Recovery Operations in New Orleans � Unique Hazards and Considerations for Protecting Workers Responding After Hurricanes Katrina and Rita

R. Wingo, U.S. DOL/OSHA, Fort Worth, TX.

Debris Management Operations in New Orleans

T. Jordan, U.S. DOL/OSHA, Sandy, UT.

210
EH&S Management Systems and Information Technology
Return on Investment: Dreams or Prolonged Nightmares?

Developing a Safety, Health and Environmental Assessment System and Lessons Learned Using In-house IT Resources (2368KB)

G. Wolfe, U.S. Department of State, Washington, DC.

A Global Incident Reporting and Action Tracking Database � WMD or Sine Qua Non? (903KB)

C. Metzler, BP, Seadrift, TX.

Making IH Hazards Assessments Simple through Automation � Is this Possible? Case Study of a Commercial-off-the-Shelf Software Solution at a Dept. of Energy Y-12 Site (132KB)

J. Sherrill, Open Range Software, Crossville, TN.

User Acceptance and Utilization of Computerized Systems (962KB)

T. Carraway, US Department of State, Washington, DC.

211
Industrial Hygiene: Adventures Outside of the Box

International Impacts from Chemical Control in Canada: What's New and What's Next? (482KB)

K. Levins, Cantox Health Sciences International, Mississauga, ON, Canada.

REACH (272KB)

A. Fasey, Protection Through Knowledge Ltd., Binsted, Hampshire, United Kingdom.

Taking Industrial Hygiene to New Heights (2530KB)

M. Kolanz, Brush Wellman, Inc., Cleveland, OH.

Global Social Accountability � Consumer and Office Products Implementation Process (5004KB)

C. Smith, MeadWestvaco, Dayton, OH.

212
Regulations, Standards, and Initiatives Affecting Laboratories and Research Institutions

Combating Nefarious Thugs � How the Latest in Select Agent Safety, Security, and Regulatory Changes Affects Health and Safety Programs at Research Laboratories (283KB)

D. Sassone, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM.

Decommissioning of Laboratories (3630KB)

M. Labosky, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

Research Labs and the International Code Council � Items of Interest and Maintaining Awareness (922KB)

K. Kretchman, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC.

College and University Laboratories Hazardous Waste Generator Standards Proposed Rule

A. Tshurchin, M. McCarthy, US EPA, Washington, DC.

Balanced Assessments in Laboratories and Research Institutions (218KB)

T. Paree, Ansell Occupational Health Care, Mesa, AZ.

OSHA Regulations for the Research Lab, What's New (89KB)

S. Smith, California Department of Industrial Relations, Sacramento, CA.

213
Fast/Forward: Perspectives From the Future Leaders Institute

Attracting and Retaining Qualified Industrial Hygiene Professionals

D. Anna, Millersville University, Millersville, PA.

Traditional and Non-Traditional Industrial Hygiene Outreach (129KB)

A. Burgie, Hunter College, New York, NY.

Utilizing Opportunities to Develop Leadership Skills and Advance the Profession

M. Dunham, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA.

Social Aspects of Younger Generation Involvement and Networking Among EH&S Professionals

C. Ficklen III, NASA LaRC Safety and Mission Assurance, Hampton, VA.

Developing a Partnership between the Future Leaders Institute and the Student Activities Working Group

S. Lacey, University of Illinois - Chicago, Chicago, IL.

What Makes a Great Leader?

P. Logan, 3M, St. Paul, MN.

Personal Styles and Effective Communication: Creating IH Future Leaders (1099KB)

P. MacKinnon, EHS Partnerships LTD., Calgary, AB, Canada.

Lead and They Will Follow (177KB)

T. Redford, National Naval Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA.

The six “C’s” of Leadership: Character, Charisma, Commitment, Communication, Competence, and Courage (103KB)

D. Roskelley, R & R Environmental, Inc., Sandy, UT.

Expect the Unexpected (1056KB)

R. Tubby, Intel Corporation, Hillsboro, OR.

215
Mock Trial
Homeowner vs. Builder, et al.*

Narrator

R. Deitchman, AMTRAK, Washington, DC, DC.

Plaintiff

S. Chua, Invitrogen, Carlsbad, CA.

Plaintiff's Expert

D. Napier, DNA Industrial Hygiene, Manhattan Beach, CA.

Defense Attorney

S. Celly, Celly Services, Inc., Long Beach, CA.

Defense Expert

J. Berman, Health Science Associates, Los Alamitos, CA.

Judge

N. Feldscher, Lowenstein Sandler PC, Roseland, NJ.

 

Tuesday EHS Crossovers

307
A Systematic Approach to Contractor Safety at a Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) Site Through the Application of Basic Process Safety Management Principles.

A Systematic Approach to Contractor Safety at a Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) Site Through the Application of Basic Process Safety Management Principles

W. Benison, United Space Alliance, Cape Canaveral, FL.

308
Accident Prone or Unfit for Duty? Update on Assessing Fitness-For-Duty in a Medical-Legal Framework

Accident Prone or Unfit for Duty? Update on Assessing Fitness-For-Duty in a Medical-Legal Framework (5873KB)

R. Blink, WorkCare, Alameda, CA; J. Schreibstein, The Louderback Law Firm, San Francisco, CA.

310
Global Recognition of US Safety and Health Standards; Influencing Equipment Performance Around the World

Global Recognition of US Safety and Health Standards; Influencing Equipment Performance around the World

J. Bradley, ISEA, Arlington, VA; L. Boord, NIOSH, NPPTL, Pittsburgh, PA.

311
Mastering Challenging Confined Spaces

Mastering Challenging Confined Spaces

M. DeVany, DeVany Industrial Consultants, Vancouver, WA.


WEDNESDAY

Wednesday Podiums

PO117
Exposure Assessment Strategies Modeling 2: Bayesian, Mathematical and More

Development and Validation of a Model to Estimate Welding Fume Exposure (1618KB)

N. Mydin, PETRONAS, Bintulu, Sarawak, Malaysia.

Reconstruction of Exposure of Skilled Craftsmen to Asbestos at the Beaumont, Texas Refinery (1946-2004) (1249KB)

P. Williams, ChemRisk, Boulder, CO; D. Paustenbach, ChemRisk, San Francisco, CA.

Workplace Application of Exposure Chamber Study Data

S. Paskal, MAS, Severna Park, MD.

Assessment of Mechanics� Exposure to Benzene in Mineral Spirits During Parts Washing Activities

P. Sheehan, E. Goswami, J. Greene, J. Hicks, Exponent, Oakland, CA.

Reconstruction of Benzene Exposures During the Simulated Use of a Penetrating and De-Rusting Agent

P. Williams, J. Knutsen, ChemRisk, Boulder, CO; D. Paustenbach, ChemRisk, San Francisco, CA.

Statistical Modeling of Formaldehyde Exposure Levels in the US Occupational Exposure Databank IMIS 1979-2001 (120KB)

J. Lavou�, M. G�rin, Universit� de Montr�al, Montreal, PQ, Canada.

PO118
Community and the Environment: What You Don't Know Might Hurt You

Community Airborne Exposures During a Large Tire Fire (663KB)

J. Morrison, Wisconsin Division of Public Health, Madison, WI.

Particle Size and Persistence of Methamphetamine Exposures 24 Hours After a Controlled Cook (3055KB)

M. Van Dyke, J. Martyny, S. Arbuckle, N. Erb, National Jewish Medical and Research Center, Denver, CO.

Remediation of Former Marijuana Grow Operations: A Case Study (1318KB)

J. Mustard, P. Hansen, Pacific Environmental, North Vancouver, BC, Canada; G. Wedman, Pacific Environmental, Nanaimo, BC, Canada.

Incorporating Risk in Disinfection Decisions (1672KB)

C. Marlowe, Camp Dresser & McKee, Scotch Plains, NJ.

Study of Environmental Contamination of a Mining and Smelting Town in Peru (1405KB)

D. Sterling, F. Serrano, A. Hobson, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, MO.

Hot-Factory Ventilation for Temperature and Pressure Control (1509KB)

W. Colter, Dynamic Ventilation, LLC, Jamestown, NY.

PO119
Protective Clothing & Equipment

Development of a Robotic Hand Exposure System to Test Captan Permeation through a Nitrile Glove and to Assess the Influence of Hand Movement (593KB)

R. Phalen, S. Que Hee, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA.

Development of Realistic Testing Methods for Protective Clothing (734KB)

S. van der Gijp, M. Oldenburg, L. Geers, J. Langenberg, TNO Defence, Security and Safety, Rijswijk, The Netherlands.

Field Evaluation of Gloves and Protective Clothing against Organic Solvents during Auto Body Spray Painting

I. Collin-Hansen, M. Stowe, K. Ibrahim, C. Redlich, Y. Liu, Yale University, New Haven, CT; F. Youngs, S. Woskie, University of Massachusetts, Lowell, MA; E. Vo, M. Boeniger, CDC/NIOSH, Cincinnati, OH.

Hydrating Workers and First Responders in Protective Clothing in Hazardous Environments (215KB)

P. Bishop, E. Jones, M. Green, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL.

Certification of PPE Hazard Assessments and Training, a Benchmarking Survey

G. Miller, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, CA.

PO120
Engineering and Control Technologies

Reducing Respirable Dust Exposures of Workers Using an Improved Clothes Cleaning Process

A. Cecala, D. Pollock, NIOSH, Pittsburgh, PA; A. O'Brien, Unimin Corporation, Winchester, VA; J. Howell, Unimin Corporation, Marston, NC.

Laboratory Evaluation to Reduce Respirable Crystalline Silica Dust when Cutting Cement Roofing Tiles Using a Masonry Saw

R. Valladares, W. Sieber, J. Kratzer, CDC/NIOSH, Cincinnati, OH.

The Process and Effect of Forklift Engine Adjustments on Carbon Monoxide Levels in a Warehouse (612KB)

T. Rimmer, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, AR; S. Yarnell, Pactiv Corporation, Fresno, CA.

Professional Practice in Maintaining the Accuracy, Performance and Calibration of Air Quality Instruments

E. Hudson, Fluke Corporation, Everett, WA.

Premature Deterioration of Hospital Air-Handing Units

S. Rucker, G. Smith, H.C. Nutting Company, Cincinnati, OH.

Estimating Emission Factors in a Capacitor Factory Using a Modified Two-Zone Model

C. Feigley, N. Schnaufer, T. Do, E. Lee, M. Venkatraman, J. Khan, Univ of South Carolina, Columbia, SC.

CFD Prediction of CO2 Level in a Apartment with Hybrid Ventilation System (4878KB)

M. Scholler, Brno University of Technology, Brno, Czech Republic; P. Heiselberg, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark.

PO121
Management & Communications

Raising the Bar: Injecting Structured Management Oversight into Corrective Actions at Los Alamos National Laboratory (1316KB)

C. Backlund, A. Jackson, L. Lincoln, A. Tryon, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM.

Integrating Health, Environment and Safety into Major Capital Projects: A Phased Approach (1584KB)

D. Brown, J. Gifford, Chevron, Houston, TX.

The Role of the EHS Professional in Health Care Cost Management (171KB)

M. Katchen, The Phylmar Group, Los Angeles, CA.

Applying Value Stream Mapping (VSM) Tool to Improve the Annual Plant Aerosol Mapping Process (437KB)

M. Pryor, S. Kinare, J. D'Arcy, J. Griffin, G. Parr, R. Byer, R. Chapman, General Motors, Pontiac, MI.

Hazard Classification Systems: Are we Confusing the Workforce

A. Panepinto, P&G, Cincinnati, OH.

An Employee-Based Approach to Hazard Communication Assists Other Health and Safety Management Systems (102KB)

J. Haas, STAR Consultants, Inc, Orange Park, FL.

A Local Health Department�s Innovative Training and Education Program for Restaurant Workers (560KB)

C. Sadovnik, NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, New York, NY.

PO122
Sampling and Analysis 2: Field Sampling Strategies and Techniques

Temperature Classes and IP-Ratings for Portable Gas Detectors for Industrial Hygiene Applications

W. May, E. Ligus, Draeger Safety Inc., Pittsburgh, PA.

Guidance for the Evaluation of Direct-Reading Gas and Vapor Monitors (291KB)

E. Kennedy, M. Woebkenberg, P. Schlecht, D. Bartley (retired), S. Shulman, H. Feng, NIOSH, Cincinnati, OH; R. Song, NCHSTP, Atlanta, GA; C. Cowherd, M. Grelinger, K. Bauer, Midwest Research Institute, Kansas City, MO.

Problems with Arsenic Detection: When NIOSH and EPA Methods Fail (1798KB)

K. Gunderson, C. Thoraval, JDSU, Santa Rosa, CA.

Determination of Airborne Isocyanates Generated During the Thermal Degradation of Car Paint in Body Repair Shops (365KB)

A. Dufresne, M. Boutin, McGill University, Montr�al, PQ, Canada; C. Ostiguy, J. Lesage, IRSST, Montr�al, PQ, Canada.

Methamphetamine and Beyond (1922KB)

R. DiRienzo, R. Wade, J. Reynolds, DataChem Laboratories, Inc., Salt Lake City, UT.

Permeation Passive Sampling in Air Analysis

S. Seethapathy, T. Gorecki, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, Canada; B. Zabiegala, J. Namiesnik, Gdansk University of Technology, Gdansk, Poland.

Coating Evaluation for a Newly Developed Passive Aerosol Sampler Based on Magnets for Determination of Particle Penetration through Protective Ensembles

W. King, EG&G Technical Services, Inc., Pittsburgh, PA; P. Gao, M. Yeso, NIOSH, Pittsburgh, PA.

The Validation of a Full-Scale Experimental Apparatus to Study MDR-TB Transmission

S. Parsons, CSIR, Pretoria, South Africa; P. Jensen, C. Wells, CDC, Atlanta, GA; M. First, E. Nardell, Harvard University, Boston, MA; K. Weyer, L. Roberts, MRC, Pretoria, South Africa; E. Mathews, North-West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa.

Use of the Superfund/Elutriator Method to Determine Asbestos Structure Concentrations in Beach Sand (1449KB)

S. Cali, P. Scheff, R. Sokas, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL.

PO123
Mold: Dearth to Disaster

Case of the Phantom Mold: Interpretation of Carpet Microvacuum Results in a Litigated Matter (162KB)

B. Kollmeyer, M. Canright, Forensic Analytical, Rancho Dominguez Hills, CA; D. Kahane, Forensic Analytical, Hayward, CA.

Mold Management of Wetted Carpet (233KB)

K. Ong, R. Lewis, A. Dixit, M. MacDonald, D. Backer, S. Condoor, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, MO.

Evolving Technology: When and How to use an Enclosed Crawl Space to Resolve a Moisture and Mold Challenge (642KB)

J. Furman, Wild Apple Enterprises, Ltd., Columbia, NC.

Rapid Assessment and Abatement of Mold at a Former Military Base for Housing of Hurricane Evacuees (2757KB)

D. Jerger, Shaw Environmental and Infrastructure, Inc, Knoxville, TN; J. Duffy, CCI Environmental Services, Inc, Suwanee, GA.

Hurricanes, Hotels and Mold: Responding To Mold Growth Issues in the Wake of Katrina and Rita (170KB)

B. Kollmeyer, Forensic Analytical, Rancho Dominguez Hills, CA; D. Kahane, Forensic Analytical, Hayward, CA.

The Effect of Katrina in the Gulf Coast-a Study in Mold Proliferation (1535KB)

B. Cortes, EMSL Analytical Inc., Orlando, FL.

Responding to Mold Problems in New Orleans After Hurricane Katrina (5411KB)

W. Sothern, Microecologies, Inc., New York, NY.

Responding to Hurricane Katrina: The Story Outside of New Orleans (4604KB)

M. McGowan, MasiMax Resources, Inc., Reston, VA.

PO124
Aerosol Technology

Characterization of Fine Particle Emissions in an Engine Plant
Part1 (324KB)

Part 2
(442KB)

W. Heitbrink, T. Peters, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA; D. Evans, CDC, Cincinnati, OH; T. Slavin, Navistar-International, Warrenville, IL.

Parallel Particle Impactors � New Personal Samplers for Accurate Assessment of Workers Exposure to Respirable or Thoracic Dust (KB)

S. Trakumas, P. Hall, D. Smith, SKC Inc., Eighty Four, PA.

Ambient Air Assessment with Changed Beryllium Content in Alumina From Two Points in Time (KB)

C. Dion, S. Viau, Y. Cloutier, IRSST, Montreal, PQ, Canada; A. Dufresne, McGill University, Montreal, PQ, Canada; G. Perrault, Consultant, Montreal, PQ, Canada.

A Comparison of X-Ray Fluorescence and Wet Chemical Analysis of Air Filter Samples from a Lead/Zinc/Silver Ore Concentrator Mill

M. Harper, B. Pacolay, NIOSH, Morgantown, WV; P. Hintz, M. Andrew, NIOSH, Spokane, WA.

Performance of Portable Microbial Samplers When Collecting Inhalable Particles

G. Mainelis, M. Yao, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ.

Recognition and Evaluation of (and Practical Control Measures for) Airborne Endotoxin in the Biotechnology Industry (KB)

K. Henry, C. Brossia, Amgen, Longmont, CO.

PO125
Occupational Health: Characterizing Exposures and Their Health Effects

Assessment of Health Effects of Long-Term Exposure to Low Levels of Chlorine (518KB)

A. Mishriky, Suez Canal University, Ismailia, Egypt; A. Moussa, Cristal Company, Yanbu Industrial City, Saudi Arabia.

Nail Salons: Work Environment Characteristics and Health Effects (111KB)

C. Roelofs, L. Azaroff, C. Holcroft, University of Massachusetts Lowell, Lowell, MA; H. Nguyen, T. Doan, Viet AID, Boston, MA.

Work-Related Asthma in Massachusetts Health Care Workers (195KB)

E. Pechter, P. Hunt, Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Boston, MA.

Evidence of Fecal Contamination Within a Machine at a Manufacturing Site (2333KB)

L. Ewers, L. Tapp, C. Achutan, NIOSH, Cincinnati, OH.

Carbon/Coke Fiber Study at Eight Plants Producing Petroleum Coke

J. Galvin, ConocoPhillips, Bartlesville, OK; L. Maxim, R. Niebo, Everest Consulting Associates, Inc., Cranbury, NJ; A. Segrave, Clayton-Bureau Veritas, Kinnesaw, GA; O. Kampa, ConocoPhillips, Houston, TX; M. Utell, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY.

Coolant Odor Control Using Halogenated Polystyrene Hydantoin Beads Reduces Biocide Dependence (1194KB)

J. Williams, C. Palcsiewski, R. Varney, Vanson Halosource Corporation, Redmond, WA; S. Worley, A. Akdag, Auburn University, Auburn, AL.

 

Wednesday Roundtables

217
Nonionizing Radiation Safety Programs

IEEE�s Recommended Practice for Radio Frequency Safety Programs, 3 kHz to 300 GHz (IEEE Std C95.7-2005)

D. Baron, Holaday EMF Measurements/ETS-Lindgren, Cedar Park, TX.

Pilot Study: Practical Development of Site-Specific RF Safety Programs for 1000 Cellular Communications Sites

R. Curtis, U.S. DOL/OSHA, Sandy, UT.

Broadband Band Optical Radiation Safety Programs � a Consultant�s Perspective (176KB)

R. Hitchcock, Lightray Consulting, Cary, NC.

A Comparison of IEEE C95.7 Radiofrequency (RF) Safety Program Elements with Elements Recommended for Laser Safety in the ANSI Z136.1 Standard (624KB)

S. Hemperly, Hitachi Global Storage Technologies, San Jose, CA.

218
Post Remediation Clearance: What Does it Mean for Lead, Asbestos, Mold and Methamphetamines?

Lead Based Paint Remediation

S. Hays, Gobbell Hays Partners, Inc., San Antonio, TX.

Factors Influencing Mold Remediation Decisions

H. Burge, Environmental Microbiology Laboratory, Inc., San Bruno, CA.

Potential Chemical exposures Associated with Clandestine Methamphetamine Laboratories (2376KB)

J. Martyny, National Jewish Medical & Research Center, Denver, CO.

219
Silica Hazard Found in the Cement Tile Roofing Industry

Health Hazard Evaluations of Worker Exposures During Cement Tile Roofing Operations (839KB)

R. Hall, NIOSH, Cincinnati, OH.

The Roofer Silicosis Medical Screening Project (1278KB)

J. Eisenberg, NIOSH, Cincinnati, OH.

Why Hispanic Roofers are a High Risk Group for Silica Exposure (756KB)

M. Rodriguez, NIOSH, Cincinnati, OH.

220
The Globalization of the Profession of Industrial Hygiene

 

Globalization of an Industrial Hygiene Program at a Multinational Specialty Chemical Company (471KB)

R. Hirsh, Rohm and Haas Company, Hayward, CA.

Development of an Industrial Hygiene Cadre in India (361KB)

M. Mehta, International Safety Systems, Chhani Kakat Naka, Baroda, India.

Training and Educational Needs of the Industrial Hygiene Profession in Developing Economies

S. Levine, University of Michigan, No Permanent Address, MI.

Industrial Hygiene Practice in Southeast Asia (1698KB)

J. Singh, Golder Associates, Inc., Honolulu, HI.

221
Hygiene Approaches and Tools � Human Health Risk Management (HHRM)

Coal, Crabs and Newcastle � From Hygiene to HHRM

U. Bickis, Phoenix OHC, Inc., Ottawa, ON, Canada.

Preventing Pandemics � Back to Basics

G. Shematek, GMS & Associates, Calgary, AB, Canada.

Getting Physical � Workplace and Environmental Noise and Vibration (913KB)

T. Kelsall, Hatch - Noise and Vibration, Mississauga, ON, Canada.

Tool Kits � Theatres of Operations (1538KB)

D. Zalk, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, CA.

222
Field and Laboratory Analysis of Physically Demanding Variable Tasks in Construction and Utilities

The Difficult Nature of Ergonomics Assessment of Construction and Utility Work (2486KB)

P. Seeley, Ergonomics Solutions LLC, Wales, WI.

Barholing and Material Transport in Gas Utility Work (2371KB)

D. Bloswick, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT.

223
IH Ethics Education and Expectations in Our "Real World"

Becton, Dickinson and Company's Ethical Fitness Training Process (62KB)

G. Barbi, Becton, Dickinson and Company, Franklin Lakes, NJ.

Introducing Ethics Education in the Undergraduate Curriculum

W. Carter, University of Findlay, Shaker Heights, OH.

Expectations of Ethical Behavior in the Mold Remediation Business (785KB)

C. Young, ERM Inc., La Jolla, CA.

Ethical Dilemmas in Government

J. Henshaw, Henshaw and Associates, Sanibel, FL.

IH to Compliance and Ethics

A. Leibowitz, ITT, White Plains, NY.

224
Occupational and Environmental Cluster Investigations

Cluster Inquiries as an Extension of Epidemiologic Surveillance (Pancreatic Cancer and Glycolic Acid) (635KB)

R. Leonard, DuPont Haskell Laboratory, Newark, DE.

An Occupational Health Physician Perspective in Addressing Reported Cancer Clusters in the Workplace

J. McCullough, Chicago Department of Public Health, Chicago, IL.

Management Perspective on Cluster Investigations (Cancer and Carbon Monoxide Process) (75KB)

M. Stenzel, Exposure Assessment Applications, LLC, Arlington, VA.

Environmental Cluster Experiences in California (799KB)

R. Kreutzer, California Department of Health Services, Richmond, CA.

The U.S. Navy Experience: A Comprehensive Strategy Using a Team Approach (233KB)

C. Rennix, Navy Environmental Health Center, Portsmouth, VA.

225
Industrial Hygiene Preparation and Response to Chemical, Biological, and Disaster Incidents

Use of a Man-Portable GC-MS System for On-Scene Detection, Identification, and Quantification of Airborne Hazardous Chemicals: Variability of Instrument Response

P. Lapuma, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD.

Occupational and Environmental Health Surveillance in Support of Joint Task Force-Katrina

D. Palalay, U.S. Army CHPPM, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.

Role of Air Force Bioenvironmental Engineers in CBRN Response � Tying Measurements to Decisions

J. Thomas, U.S. Air Force, Brooks-City Base, TX.

Hurricane Katrina: An Opportunity to Educate for Improved Preparedness

R. Stiff, U.S. Navy, Norfolk, VA.

Role of an Industrial Hygienist in Emergency Planning and Response

J. Ignacio, U.S. Coast Guard, Washington, DC.

227
Innovative Ergonomic Solutions in Manufacturing

Ergonomic Benefits of Lean Manufacturing Cells (1601KB)

L. Payton, Auburn University, Auburn, AL.

Effective Ergonomic Solutions in Fabrication Facility

S. Tooley, The Boeing Company, Seattle, WA.

Savings-Effective Solutions (377KB)

S. Gibson, Ergonomics Applications, Inc, Duncan, SC.

Ergonomic Solutions With Real Benefits (1821KB)

B. Snow, Spirit AeroSystems, Inc., Wichita, KS.

Accelerating Ergonomics With Continuous Improvement Teams (3366KB)

M. Wynn, Humantech, Ann Arbor, MI.

228
Safety and Health Risks in Schools: Real and Perceived Threats

Why Teens Take Risks at School and at Work? Injury Consequences and Solutions

J. Palassis, NIOSH, Cincinnati, OH.

Misconceptions of School Building Occupants on the Risk from Potential Hazards in School Buildings (8111KB)

J. Zey, Central Missouri State Univeristy, Warrensburg, MO.

Working with K-12; the Good, the Bad, the Ugly

T. Norwood, Marcit, Kansas City, MO.

Violence in our Schools: Reactions, Risk and Resilience

L. Blunt, Central Missouri State Univeristy, Warrensburg, MO.

 

Wednesday EHS Crossovers

313
Auditing Your Occupational Health Program to Improve Safety Management

Auditing Your Occupational Health Program to Improve Safety Management (7220KB)

R. Blink, WorkCare, Anaheim, CA.

314
Combustible Dusts and Dust Explosion Hazards

Combustible Dusts and Dust Explosion Hazards (134KB)

B. Rottner, Scientific Hazard Analysis, Inc, Ridgefield Park, NJ.

315
Evaluation and Control of Microbiological Contamination in Domestic Water Systems

Evaluation and Control of Microbiological Contamination in Domestic Water Systems (1118KB)

J. Carey, JLC Environmental Consultants, Inc., New York, NY; C. Gauthier, ProCareH2O, LLC, Moncton, NB, Canada.

316
Chemical Management Services: Outsourcing the Headache

Chemical Management Services: Outsourcing the Headache (2414KB)

B. Sherin, EORM, Inc., Sunnyvale, CA; L. Byers, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, Menlo Park, CA.

317
Minimizing Accidents in an Aging Workforce

Minimizing Accidents in an Aging Workforce (744KB)

P. Ferrante, J&C Safety Consultants, Pittsburgh, PA.


THURSDAY

Thursday Podiums

PO126
Agricultural Health and Safety

Assessment of Gases in Oxygen-Deficient Agricultural Silos (1016KB)

P. Spielholz, T. Sjostrom, R. Clark, SHARP Program, WA Department of Labor & Industries, Olympia, WA; G. Kedan, B. Trenary, Intertox Inc., Seattle, WA.

Tractor Overturn Concerns in Iowa: Perspectives from the Keokuk County Rural Health Study

W. Sanderson, M. Madsen, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA.

Endotoxin Exposure and Respiratory Outcomes among Dairy, Feedlot, and Grain Elevator Workers in Colorado (2005KB)

S. Reynolds, B. Cranmer, T. Keefe, J. Mehaffy, A. Serrano Martinez, R. Saito, J. Tessari, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO; J. Burch, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC; N. Koehncke, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canada; E. Wood, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT; L. Burch, NIEHS, Research Triangle Park, NC; P. Siegel, NIOSH, Morgantown, WV.

The Assessment of DUST Inhalation Exposure for Workers while Handling Sheep and Wool in Eastern Australia (1698KB)

S. Reed, R. Kift, R. Mulley, M. Davidson, Univeristy of Western Sydney, Penrith South DC, Australia.

Assessment of Occupational Health Risks in Reindeer Herding Work

J. Niskanen, A. Pekkarinen, Institute of Occupational Health, OULU, Finland.

Determination of Organophosphate Pesticide Exposure Opportunity in Cherry Orchard Workers (609KB)

C. Ballew, K. Galvin, M. Tchong, R. Fenske, University of Washington, Seattle, WA.

Commute Vehicle and Workplace Factors as Predictors of Pesticide Take Home Residues for Agricultural Workers

K. Galvin, R. Fenske, M. Negrete, K. Powers, University of Washington, Seattle, WA; C. Lu, Emory University, Atlanta, GA.

Measuring New Fumigants with Gas Detection Tubes (675KB)

F. Arnold, Draeger Safety Inc., L�beck, Germany.

Fluorescent Tracer as an Enhancement to Hands-on Pesticide Safety Training for Pesticide Handlers

K. Galvin, R. Fenske, M. Tchong, University of Washington, Seattle, WA; F. Servin, Washington State Department of Agriculture, Wenatchee, WA; K. Lewis, Washington State University Cooperative Extension, Euphrata, WA; O. Borges, Domex, Yakima, WA.

Portable Work Boot Storage for Agricultural Workers

M. Tchong, K. Galvin, C. Ballew, R. Fenske, University of Washington, Seattle, WA.

PO127
Physical Agents

Noise Exposures in an Ethiopian Integrated Textile Mill (736KB)

C. Keil, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH; S. Yimer, Ministry Of Labor and Social Affairs, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia; A. Kumie, Addis Ababa University, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Intrasubject Variability in Hearing Protector Performance

L. Hager, Sonomax Great Lakes, Portland, MI.

Total Noise Exposure Assessment of a Farm Family (300KB)

M. Witherspoon, S. Milz, Medical University of Ohio, Toledo, OH.

Noise and Military Service, Summary of Findings from the Institute of Medicine (810KB)

E. Berger, E-A-R / Aearo, Indianapolis, IN.

Non-traditional Noise Sources: Dosimeter Studies of Crowd Noise with Special Reference to Industrial Hygienist's Exposures (1306KB)

A. Butler, Butler Health and Safety, Inc., San Pedro, CA.

Effects of Diameter on Active Control of Random Noise in Circular Ducts (312KB)

J. Slagley, US Air Force, Morgantown, WV; S. Guffey, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV.

Noise Level Assessment at Certain Indoor Sport Events

A. Ames, F. Akbar-Khanzadeh, Medical University of Ohio, Toledo, OH.

Evaluation of Mobile Phone Exposure Variation (1513KB)

M. Shum, M. Kelsh, M. McNeely, Exponent, Inc., Menlo Park, CA; C. Sulser, Schmid & Partner Engineering AG, Zurich, Switzerland; N. Kuster, Foundation of Research on Information Technologies in Society (IT�IS), Zurich, Switzerland; A. Sheppard, Asher Sheppard Consulting, Redlands, CA.

Uncertainties in Calculating the Radiation Exposure from Radioactive Patients (181KB)

G. Sturchio, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN; C. Lungu, University of Alabama, Birmingham, Birmingham, AL.

PO128
Human Biological Monitoring and Dermal Exposure

NCO Group Availability within Polyurethane Autobody Paint-Isocyanate Curing Times (980KB)

K. Ibrahim, J. Sparer, M. Stowe, C. Fleming, I. Collin-Hansen, C. Redlich, Y. Liu, Yale University, New Haven, CT.

Exposure to Alkanolamines Used in Metal-Working Fluids (152KB)

M. Henriks-Eckerman, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Turku, Finland; T. Tuomi, R. Jolanki, R. Riala, K. Suuronen, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Helsinki, Finland.

Statistical Framework for Biological Monitoring

K. Krishnamoorthy, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Lafayette, LA; T. Mathew, University of Maryland -Baltimore County, Baltimore, MD.

An Investigation of Dioxin Exposure among Russian Firefighters

J. Grassman, Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY; Y. Chernyak, Insititute of Occupational Health and Human Ecology of Siberia & Institute of Biophysics of Angarsk State Technical Academy, Angarsk, Russian Federation; E. Brodsky, Severtsov Insitute of Ecology and Evolution, Moscow, Russian Federation; A. Shelepchikov, E. Mir-Kadyrova, D. Feshin, Severtsov Institute of Ecology and Evolution, Moscow, Russian Federation; A. Merinova, Institute of Occupational Health and Human Ecology of Siberia & Institute of Biophysics of Angarsk State Technical Academy, Angarsk, Russian Federation.

Co-exposure of Arsenite and Benzo(a)pyrene: Effect of Glutathione on DNA Adduct Levels (632KB)

G. Talaska, J. Vietas, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.

PO129
General Indoor Environmental Issues

An Evaluation of Lead Exposures and Controls in a Multi-Use Indoor Shooting Range

C. Jenkins, MACTEC, Inc., Peoria, IL.

Recommendation for Air Monitoring During Environmental Investigations of Childhood Lead Poisonings (292KB)

W. Townsend, Clark County Health District, Las Vegas, NV.

Testing Method for Reduction of Airborne Pet Allergen by Liquid Spray Application (1198KB)

M. Van Dyke, J. Martyny, S. Arbuckle, J. Westcott, E. Barker, K. Pacheco, L. Newman, National Jewish Medical and Research Center, Denver, CO.

Endotoxins: An Indoor Air and Settled Dust Survey (519KB)

J. Dobranic, EMSL Analytical, Inc., Westmont, NJ; G. Saenz, K. Ralutin, M. Morgan, K. Ludwig, R. Norman, J. Steedman-Lyde, LA Testing/EMSL Analytical, Inc., South Pasadena, CA.

Using Tracer Gas Test Methods to Diagnose Ventilation Related Indoor Environmental Quality Problems (715KB)

C. Simmons, Boelter & Yates, Inc., Park Ridge, IL.

A Study of Indoor Environmental Quality in a South Central Kentucky Childcare Facility (139KB)

E. Iyiegbuniwe, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY.

 

Thursday Roundtables

229
Developing and Implementing A Machine Guarding Risk and Reduction Plan

The Basic Elements of Machine Safe Guarding (160KB)

J. Unmack, Unmack Corporation, San Pedro, CA.

The Implementation of TR3 in a High Risk Environment (1937KB)

N. Orr, Becton Dickinson, Franklin Lakes, NJ.

Developing and Implementing a Machine Guarding Risk and Reduction Plan (497KB)

P. Prince, NATLSCO Risk & Safety Services, Hendersonville, TN.

Practical Implications of Machine Guarding Assessments and Implementing Change (220KB)

K. Hom, Black & Decker, Lake Forest, CA.

231
The Role of the Industrial Hygienist in Injury and Illness Management

The Principles of Workers' Compensation for the Layman (54KB)

M. LeRoy, SRS Hartford, Aurora, IL.

Defining and Communicating the Role of the Occupational Health Physician in the Management of Work Related Injuries and Illnesses (37KB)

L. East, BP, Naperville, IL.

The Role of the Insurance Broker in the Cost Effective Injury and Illness Management (41KB)

S. Garrabrant, Aon Risk Services, Parsippany, NJ.

Implementation of Injury/Illness Management Best Practices for a Multinational Employer (31KB)

S. Robinson, Black & Decker, Denison, TX.

232
Healthcare Construction and Infection Control Update

Infection Control Professional�s Role in the 2006 ICRA Team (1197KB)

J. Bartley, Epidemiology Consulting Services Inc., Beverly Hills, MI.

Ventilation and Biological Monitoring (KB)

A. Streifel, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN.

Contractor Compliance with ICRA Requirements (2213KB)

L. Lee, Pacific Industrial Hygiene, LLC, Kirkland, WA.

Facilities Manager�s Role in Providing a Safe Environment during Construction, Renovation and Repair Activities (1237KB)

D. Erickson, American Society for Healthcare Engineering, Chicago, IL.

The IH Perspective of Construction Work within the Hospital

T. Havel, Kaiser Permanente Hospitals, Pasadena, CA.

233
Reaching New Heights in Exposure Assessment and Control Banding Utilizing Professional Judgment and Bayesian Decision Analysis (BDA)

Bayesian Decision Analysis (BDA) tools for incorporating professional judgment, modeling and monitoring data for control banding (263KB)

P. Hewett, Exposure Assessment Solutions Inc, Morgantown, WV.

Improving Accuracy of Professional Judgments in Exposure Assessment (127KB)

G. Ramachandran, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN.

234
Indoor Biologics: Exposure Assessment and Health Effects

Allergen Exposure and Asthma in U.S. Inner Cities (796KB)

E. Matsui, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD.

Allergen Exposures: New Technologies for High throughout Exposure Assessment in Dust and Air

M. Chapman, INDOOR Biotechnologies, Inc., Charlottesville, VA.

Controlled Studies of Environmental Allergen Remediation in U.S. Homes (1448KB)

S. Arbes Jr., NIEHS, Research Triangle Park, NC.

235
Emerging International Environmental, Health and Safety Issues, Concerns and Professional Activities

Occupational Exposure to Tobacco Dust in Small Scale Crushing Units

A. Parikh, Institute of Science & Technology for Advanced Studies, Vallabh Vidyanagar, Gujarat, India.

Occupational Exposure of Dioxins in Taiwan (467KB)

U. Shi-Nian, Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, Sijhih City, Taipei County 221, China; C. Chen, Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, Sijhih City, Taipei County, China.

Addressing Industrial Hygiene Priorities in Emerging Economies

M. Mehta, International Safety Systems, Inc., Baroda, India.

Energy Demands in the USA � The Impacts on Coal Production, Workforce, Technology, Education and Training and Miners� Health and Safety

M. Pon, U.S. DOL, Mine Safety and Health Administration, Arlington, VA.

Application of Industrial Hygiene Principles in Kazakhstan (3237KB)

J. Rasmuson, Chemistry & Industrial Hygiene, Inc., Wheat Ridge, CO.

236
Health and Safety Issues at Clandestine Methamphetamine Drug Laboratories

The Methamphetamine Drug Problem

T. Dal Cason, U.S. DOJ/DEA, Chicago, IL.

Clan Labs: What;s Cookin�? (2241KB)

M. Cameron, California Department of Justice, Sacramento, CA.

Potential Chemical Exposures Associated with Clandestine Methamphetamine Laboratories (2622KB)

J. Martyny, National Jewish Medical Center, Denver, CO.

The Role of the Industrial Hygienist on a Clandestine Drug Laboratory Investigation Team (2936KB)

J. Earley, J.E.S.K. Consultants, Covina, CA.

Legislative and Regulatory Updates Affecting Industrial Hygienists in the Methamphetamine Drug Laboratory Arena
Part 1 (1279KB)
Part 2 (167KB))

A. Trippler, AIHA, Fairfax, VA.

Clandestine Laboratories � The Meth and the Madness (4956KB)

H. McArthur, City of Phoenix Police Department, Phoenix, AZ.

237
Recovering From the Hurricanes

What's the Problem: Quantifying the Hazards (1312KB)

R. Miller, Argus Environmental Consultants, San Antonio, TX.

Managing the Problem: Recovering the Area
Part1 (2661KB)
Part 2
(4681KB)

A. Aadland, The Shaw Group, Inc., Alexandria, VA.

Protecting Those Recovering the Area: Medical and OSHA Aspects (531KB)

M. Nieblas, OSHA, Washington, DC.

Protecting Those Recovering the Area: Training (2606KB)

J. Hughes, NIEHS, Research Triangle Park, NC.

Protecting Those Rescuing the Area: Protective Measures (343KB)

L. Hartline Weems, US Coast Guard, Edgewater, MD.

Protecting Those Recovering the Area: Protective Measures (1775KB)

P. Haas, Morse Zehnter Associates, West Palm Beach, FL.

238
A Close Look at the Use of Level A PPE in a Large-Scale Industrial Setting: Operational Use, Maintenance, and Future Development of NASA�s Propellant Handlers Ensemble (PHE)

Management of Propellant Handlers Ensemble Operations During Space Shuttle Launch Preparations

W. Benison, United Space Alliance, Kennedy Space Center, FL.

Depot Level Maintenance of NASA�s Propellant Handlers Ensemble (1091KB)

D. Dudzinski, Wyle Laboratories, Kennedy Space Center, FL.

Future Development � The PHE Improvement Study (343KB)

K. Ahmie, Space Gateway Support, Kennedy Space Center, FL.

Electrostatic Evaluation of the Propellant Handlers Ensemble (1020KB)

M. Hogue, NASA, Kennedy Space Center, FL.

Development of a Supercritical-Air Environmental Control Unit for the Propellant Handlers Ensemble (2126KB)

C. Du Quesne, NASA, Kennedy Space Center, FL.

239
Noise Levels and Sampling Techniques Associated With Firearms and Explosives on Indoor and Outdoor Firing Ranges

Noise Levels and Sampling Techniques Associated with Firearms, Explosives and Distraction Devices on Indoor and Outdoor Firing Ranges

L. Coe-Leavitt, BEA Alliance, Idaho Falls, ID.

Noise Levels and Abatement Techniques Associated with Firearms on Outdoor Firing Ranges

L. Lindstrand, U.S. DOE National Training Center, Albuquerque, NM.

Gunfire Exposure and Abatement Strategies at Firing Ranges

C. Kardous, NIOSH, Cincinnati, OH.

New Technology in Sound Level Meters (356KB)

S. Michalski, Quest Technologies, Oconomowoc, WI.

240
OHS Management System Standard-Setting: Update on Current Activities and Future Plans

ISO/ANSI Management System Standards: A Primer on the Development of International Consensus Standards

S. Briggs, Textron Systems Corporation, Wilmington, MA.

Developing an International Standard for Using Risk Management in Organizational Decision-Making

M. O'Reilly Brophy, NY State Department of Transportation, Binghamton, NY.

Auditor Competency for OHS Management System Conformity Assessment

T. Dunmire, ENLAR Compliance Services, Largo, FL.

Sands of Time � A History of Occupational and Non-Occupational Silica Exposures (2877KB)

C. Robbins, Veritox, Inc., Redmond, WA.

241
Silica Sandstorm: Causation and Legal Controversy

Shifting Sands � Relationship of Crystalline and Amorphous Silica Exposures and Health Effects: A Physician�s View of the Controversy

M. Holland, Glens Falls Hospital, Saratoga Springs, NY.

Shifting Sands � Relationship of Crystalline and Amorphous Silica Exposures and Health Effects: An Epidemiologist�s View of the Controversy (1611KB)

D. Goldsmith, The George Washington University, Washington, DC.

Legal Sandstorm � Worker Protection, Product Liability, and Warnings (325KB)

J. Warren, Taylor & Warren, LLP, Houston, TX.

242
Respiratory Protection Against SARS, Avian Influenza and Other Infectious Aerosols

Overview of SARS: the Clinical and Environmental Team Approach to Investigation

K. Martinez, NIOSH, Cincinatti, OH; G. Burr, NIOSH, Cincinnati, OH.

Filter Efficiency and Facial Fit of Health Care Masks (94KB)

L. Brosseau, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN.

A Quantitative Risk-Based Approach to Selecting Respiratory Protection Against an Airborne Pathogen (55KB)

M. Nicas, University of California, Berkeley, CA.

Overview of Avian Influenza (2205KB)

L. Delaney, NIOSH, Atlanta, GA.

 

Thursday EHS Crossovers

318
The Sociology of Safety: Organizational Causes of Accidents

The Sociology of Safety: Organizational Causes of Accidents (725KB)

J. Hartle, Skillful Means, Inc., Knob Noster, MO; D. Bryant, Central Missouri State University, Warrensburg, MO.

319
How to Access Valuable Safety and Health Information and Training � Free of Charge!

How to Access Valuable Safety and Health Information and Training � Free of Charge!

E. Clas, Clas Consulting LLC, Norfolk, MA.

320
Risk Based Decision Making: How Your Leaking Underground Storage Tank (UST) Can Require You to Monitor the Air Inside Your Facility.

Risk Based UST Monitoring (513KB)

M. Doherty, Esco, Portland, OR; S. Turkle, Clayton Group Services, Portland, OR.

 


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