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Data Based Approach to Improve Research Safety
The UC Center for Laboratory Safety (UCCLS) was established in response to a tragic accident. While implementing changes research laboratory safety programs, it became clear that little to no published data existed to evaluate safety measures. UCCLS aims to fill this gap by conducting and promoting research on laboratory safety. This presentation will provide an overview over UCCLS's incident analysis at a large university.
Computers Can Actually Make Your EHS Life Easier
This session will deal with topics regarding the use of computers in EHS: 1. EHS system changes relating to the challenges and changes confronted when new systems and databases are implemented, such as post-merger or post-acquisition; 2. Environmental Data Management Software; and 3. Apps for our profession.
Moving Your Organization through the EHSQ Maturity Curve
Organizations mature their environmental, health and safety (EHSQ) program by moving from reactive activities to proactive performance and eventually to transformative activities that create value. Learn how organizations have evolved their EHSQ program through the EHSQ Maturity curve using software and mobile applications to capture lagging, leading and transformational indicators. Discover which of these indicators contribute to predictive performance and which metrics your organization should prioritize as it moves through the EHSQ maturity curve.
Industrial Hygiene Statistics: The Next Generation
Industrial hygienists need to understand the sources of uncertainty and variability in industrial hygiene data and how to choose a statistical analysis tool. The strengths and limitations of three statistical approaches are compared through the application of real-world and modeled data. Each statistical approach has strengths and limitations, and the appropriate choice and use of each tool depends on the circumstances and data.
This package awards 4 Contact Hours.
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