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Industrial Hygiene Fundamentals, 32-hour
Cost - $750 Register NOW
An orientation into the world of industrial hygiene protocol in terms of common practice and field methodologies. This course is an intense introduction of the IH community from Ramazzini through the 21st century. Curriculum is diverse and includes: history, math, chemistry, anatomy, toxicology, chemical classifications, regulations and regulators, chemical hazards, airborne contaminants, air monitoring, field surveys, noise, radiation...and more.
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Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene - 32hour Cost - $750
Day One Topics:
Introduction
History of Industrial Hygiene
Biology, Toxicology and Routes of Exposure
Occupational Epidemiology
Chemical, Physical and Biological Hazards
Threshold Limit Values and Permissible Exposure Limits
Day Two Topics:
Review of homework
Risk Control System (Hazard Identification)
Hazard Communication
Introduction to Engineering Controls
Ventilation Principles
Respiratory Protection Programs
Personal Protective Equipment Workshop
Day Three Topics:
Review of homework
Introduction to Occupational Ergonomics
Confined Spaces
Noise Measurement and Control
Hearing Conservation Program
Medical Surveillance Programs
Engineering Controls Case Studies
Day Four Topics:
Review of homework
Industrial Hygiene Walkthrough Surveys
Sampling Strategy Planning
Chemical Hazard Sampling
Chemical Hazard Sampling
Sampling Case Studies
Final Examination
Notes:Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene, National Safety Council (current edition), will be used as the text of this course. No prior knowledge of the topic is required to attend this course.
This is a standard course outline; topics however may be added/removed to meet your specific training needs.

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