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Welding Fume Health Hazards, Exposure Assessment and Control (AIHce EXP 2016 OnDemand)

Recorded at AIHce 2016
Earn 2 Contact Hours

Session Arranger:A. Siert, Xcel Energy, Denver, CO
Session Moderator: J. Spear, J.E. Spear Consulting, LP, Magnolia, TX

Current research on welding fume health hazards including hexavalent chromium and manganese, exposure assessment and control will be presented by a panel of experts with interaction with the audience.

Presentations:
• Processes, Metallurgy, Exposures and Opportunities for Exposure Reduction in Electric Power Generation Gas Turbine Heat Recovery Steam Generator Construction and Maintenance
     A. Siert, Xcel Energy, Denver, CO
• Current NIOSH Welding Research on Welding Processes, Helmets, and Fume Sampling
     M. Keane, CDC/NIOSH, Morgantown, WV
• A Step-by-Step Guide to Reducing Exposure to Welding Fume
     S. Fiore, Hobart Brothers Welding, Troy, OH
• Advanced Source Capture Technologies for Weld Fume Exposure
     A. Hilbert, Miller Electric Mfg. Inc., Appleton, WI

Stock #: AOD16_RT230
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