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|The Challenges of Using Real-Time Detection Systems, Part 2: Case Studies in Real-Time Detection Measurements (AIHce EXP 2021 OnDemand)|
Recorded at AIHce EXP 2021
Portable instruments often have peak, STEL and TWA alarms based on time history exposure. Updates to NIOSH and TLV exposure limits have made alarm setting strategies more difficult, and sometimes challenge the measurement capabilities of the instrument to provide accurate results. Interfering gases, as well environmental conditions such as temperature and humidity can affect the performance of the electrochemical sensors used to provide readings, and interpretation of downloaded data can be difficult. Part 2 will present the application of the framework (Part 1): 1) in discussing capabilities and limitations of sensors; choosing strategies for alarm setting; and reviewing actual field NO2 data to identify mistakes; and 2) in particle detection technology to obtain objective evidence supporting Silica Competent Person (CP) responsibilities. A relatively inexpensive portable PM2.5/PM10 dust monitor with an adequate correction factor can provide indicative monitoring data. Employing the alarm function, the CP can: a) survey boundaries of restricted areas or set up new ones; b) audit established dust control devices; and c) assist with implementing a new or custom control.
Upon completion of the session, the participant will be able to:
Dina Siegel, CIH CSP CBSP FAIHA
Mr. Robert Henderson, MBA
Mr. Corey Bender, CIH, CSP
Session recordings are available for 90 days from purchase.
Stock #: AOD21_B3
Member $25/Non-Member $35/Student $25
Your Price: $35.00