Most popular webinar recordings of 2020

Asbestos and Nanoparticles: Using Benchmark Dose Methodology for Risk Assessment
Earn 1.5 Contact Hours

This webinar will immerse the audience into the fascinating areas of quantitative risk assessment. Exposure to asbestos fibers and nanoparticles will be used to demonstrate how advanced modeling can help in the evaluation of various exposure levels. Learn how benchmark dose modeling based on toxicological studies and epidemiological evidence can improve our knowledge about dose-response relationship and their applicability to workplace risk analysis.

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Disinfectant Exposure Reduction and Control: SARS-CoV-2 Disinfection Guidance for All Industries | Disinfectant Use in Biopharma and Healthcare Industries Webinar Recording
Earn 1.5 Contact Hours

Uncontrolled use of disinfectants and overexposure can potentially result in an occupational illness, which is why a focus on safe selection of disinfectant and exposure reduction is needed. In the face of the coronavirus pandemic, we are learning about indiscriminate use of disinfectants to disinfect SARS-CoV-2 in all types of industries. Healthcare facilities and biopharma industries are also at risk for potential disinfectant exposure.

This webinar will share lessons learned from statistical analysis of 2000+ disinfectant exposure monitoring data points on disinfectants of choice, work practices contributing to exposures (spray vs. wipe), impact of room ventilation, and recommendations on the safe use of disinfectants and respiratory protection.


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The Ear Poisons: An Introduction to Ototoxicants Webinar Recording
Earn 1 Contact Hours

This webinar goes beyond hearing loss caused by noise to discuss ototoxicants, ear poisons that enter the worker’s body through inhalation and absorption. We will address the etiologies of hearing loss, be it by exposure through noise or chemicals. In addition, we’ll define chemicals that are classified as ototoxicants and explain the protocols used for this designation, as well as the latest research with regards to the effects of dual exposure with noise. Practical national and international recommendations for the management of exposure to these kinds of agents will also be included.

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Ethics in Risk Management: Complex, Prickly, Paradoxical Webinar Recording
Earn 2 Contact Hours

A core value for OHS professionals is ethical behavior, as they work towards a shared vision of healthier workplaces and a healthier world. Achieving this requires assessing and managing risk through a multi-faceted lens. Ethical anchors are at the heart of any consideration about what to do, if anything, about risk. Whether framed in qualitative terms (good versus bad, acceptable versus unacceptable) or quantitative terms (permissible exposure limit, recommended exposure limit) we are always engaged in judging ethics and morals in making decisions about risk.

This webinar will explore a wide range of topics in regard to ethics in risk management while sharing experiences and real-life outcomes. Various scenarios will be addressed using the AIHA code of ethics as a framework for discussion. This webinar will help the attendee understand the sources of uncertainty and variability in industrial hygiene data, and how to choose a statistical analysis tool, particularly when only a few samples are collected. The strengths and limitations of three statistical approaches - traditional statistics, Bayesian statistics, and rule-based statistics – are compared through the application of real-world and modeled data.

Because of the uncertainty and variability in typical industrial hygiene data sets, there are common pitfalls in interpreting the data, even among experienced industrial hygienists. Traditional and advanced statistical tools are under-utilized and often misunderstood and misapplied. The appropriate choice and use of each tool depends on the circumstances and data.

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Heat Stress: Assessment and Control Webinar Recording
Earn 1.5 Contact Hours

Learn how to develop effective controls to mitigate heat stress conditions and related illnesses among workers. This webinar addresses the six critical factors associated with heat stress and how they can be used collectively to assess heat stress including temperature, humidity, air velocity, radiant heat, clothing, and metabolic heat. We will also introduce protective measures, such as physiological monitoring, as a means of protecting unacclimated and/or susceptible individuals. Practicing industrial hygiene and occupational health and safety professionals responsible for protecting the health of workers will benefit from attending this webinar, especially those who work outdoors, work in hot environments, perform physically demanding work, or use protective clothing that could pose an additional heat stress hazard.

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Most popular eLearning courses of 2020

CIH Crash Course
Earn 24 Contact Hours

Preparing to take the Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) exam is a huge step towards advancing your career.

This online CIH review course is designed to help you focus your studies on the key areas you need to know and has been recently updated to reflect the current CIH exam.

Learn at your own pace with access to the following resources:

  • 24 hours of presentations, videos and practice questions
  • Separate modules for each of ABIH's 17 rubrics
  • Practice quiz questions at the end of each module
  • A 180-question CIH practice exam
  • Access to 400+ flashcards accessible via the quizlet mobile app

​Face your exam with confidence and gain a better understanding of the complex topics covered.

Stock #: EL20-CIHCRASH

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EIH I: Elemental Industrial Hygiene Webcourse (2014)
Earn 100 Contact Hours

This self-study program is designed for EH&S professionals who wish to enhance their knowledge of the occupational health sciences (known traditionally as industrial hygiene). More than 2,000 professionals have taken this regularly-updated course during the past 10 years.

You can use this outstanding study program for an in-depth review, to prepare for a certification exam, or simply to enhance your career opportunities.

Registrants connect and get unlimited 24/7 web access for 12 months to:

  • a full e-learning suite of 11 lessons and final exam preparation
  • course e-textbook and supplemental reading resources
  • an exclusive online community for quick access to downloadable course content and materials

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EIH II: Practical Applications of OEHS Math
Earn 40 Contact Hours

This self-study course is a comprehensive course intended for IHs and other OEHS professionals. The course follows the book Useful Equations which covers topics such as: calculation and estimation approaches related to airborne contaminants, TLV and TWA, OA for dilution, fans, system testing, sound and noise, radiation, ventilation, statistics, ventilation, IAQ, and more. ​The course workbook will illustrate how to apply 150 equations to the real world of industrial hygiene and OH&S. Each section presents practical applications, short case studies, and sample calculations, both manually and using the IVE AutoCalc Spreadsheet programs.

Registrants connect and get unlimited 24/7 web access for 12 months to:

  • an elearning suite of 7 lessons downloadable course materials
  • a course Student Lesson Guide, the Useful Equations (UEq) workbook that illustrates how to apply 150 equations to the real world of industrial hygiene and OH&S
  • IVE AutoCalc Spreadsheet programs
  • an exclusive online community for on-demand and quick access to downloadable course content and materials

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Occupational Exposure Assessment Certificate Program
Earn 4 Contact Hours

Based on the Occupational Exposure Assessment Body of Knowledge (BoK)​​​, this certificate program provides education on the competencies listed in Technical Level IH 1.

Course Outline:
Module 1: Getting Started
Module 2: Understanding the Strategy
Module 3: Establishing Exposure Assessment Strategy
Module 4: Gathering Data for Basic Characterization
Module 5: Evaluating Exposures
Module 6: Using Controls to Manage Unacceptable Exposures
Module 7: Dealing with Uncertain Exposures
Module 8: Confirming Acceptable Exposures
Module 9: Communicating with Stakeholders

Stock #: EL19-OEA

Member: $350 | Non-member: $450 | Student: $350

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Toxicology Training Online
Earn 6 Contact Hours

This introductory toxicology training material is designed to be used as a reference guide to toxicology that will help improve your ability to understand and use toxicological data/information in your daily work.

Created by a toxicologist and chemist, Toxicology Training Online comprises over 5 hours of video presentations accompanied by lecture notes, copies of the slides used, and other handouts. There is also a comprehensive list of online toxicological resources, a full glossary of terms, and comment boxes throughout the website where questions can be posted.

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Member: $272 | Non-member: $299 | Student: $272

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