AIHA University Webinar: Smart Devices and the EHS Professional
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Learn how you can get the most from your smart device and improve your overall efficiency as an environmental health and safety (EH&S) professional!
Over the last several years, we have witnessed the breakneck evolution of the hand-held computer, from basic PDA to smartphone to smart device. A smart device is defined as a small mobile computer, combining copious amounts of data storage with a camera, telephone, GPS, and other technologies.
Based on these enhanced functionalities, many professionals would like to use their smart device for more advanced tasks. This webinar will provide an overview on using a smart device for the EH&S professional, including:
- Document and e-text creation
- Communication technologies
- Data collection
- Apps useful to the EH&S profession
You will also participate in an open discussion based on over 25 years of experience with PDAs and smart devices.
After this webinar, participants will be able to:
- Communicate more effectively
- Manage workflow, documents, projects, and travel
- Develop and utilize data collection and database applications
- Utilize intermediate and advanced features
- Manage your complete EH&S regimen from the palm of your hand
Please note that this is not a course on smart device programming nor smart device database development, but a detailed overview of the topics and techniques related to smart device usage.
Mark Rollins is an independent consultant with A-EHS, and has broad-based experience in industrial hygiene, environmental, and occupational safety. He holds both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in environmental science from the University of Massachusetts. Mark has previously taught several AIHce PDCs, is a member of the AIHA Computer Applications Committee, and served on the ANSI Z9 Ventilation Standards committee. A self-taught artist, he has been the contributing illustrator to four books, one ANSI standard, and three beer labels. Mark lives in Connecticut with his wife and two sons.