This half-day Industrial Hygiene (IH) awareness training sets a framework for Industrial Hygiene compliance while introducing key regulatory requirements for EHS professionals. Throughout this training, BSI instructors will teach basic general science concepts relevant to operations triggering industrial hygiene requirements that a EHS Professional may encounter in their day-to-day operations.
This training will introduce exposure science and air sampling techniques including exercises in creating an exposure assessment and air sampling plan. Additionally, the training will focus on and review the regulatory requirements for occupational health and implementing solutions to control health hazards, hearing conservation programs, and monitoring and sampling at your facility.
- IH Fundamentals: Anticipation, Recognition, Evaluation, Control
- Adverse Health Effects & Toxicology
- Regulatory Overview including Exposure Limits (TLV, PEL, REL, OEL, BEI
- Chemical Health Hazards (silica, benzene
- Biological Health Hazards (mold, legionella
- Physical Health Hazards (Noise,Radiation)
- IH Sampling Planning
- Air Sampling: Equipment, Types and Strategies
- Noise Sampling: Equipments, Types, and Strategies
- Other Types of Sampling
- Hierarchy of Controls: Elimination, Substitution, Engineering Controls, Administrative Control, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
- Understanding the Data
- Understanding the Report
A live moderator will be available to field questions from the attendees to the instructor and a question and answer period will be integrated after each lesson. A certificate of completion will be available to download at the conclusion of the training.