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Sampling Bundle (AIHce EXP 2018 OnDemand)

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This AIHce On Demand bundle includes 7 Sampling session recordings from AIHce EXP 2018

Earn 7 Contact Hours

A Review on Airborne Fungal Spore Sampling Devices

Different fungal spore sampling devices: 1. common spore traps(e.g. Air-O-Cell and Allergenco-D), 2. filtration-type spore traps(e.g. Bir-Air), 3. filtration-type spore trap with a large MCE membrane filter, 4. others (Andersen impactor, impinger, button sampler) will be compared.

The Complexities of Soil Sampling for Asbestos and Other Mineral Fibers

What is the sample to be collected? Where and how may samples do we collect? Shall we collect grab samples, incremental samples and/or composite? These approaches will be discussed along with their advantages and disadvantages. Advantages and disadvantages of each will be discussed.

Challenges and Innovations in Sampling & Analysis Methodology

The Difference Between NOA and ACM is More Than Just Two Letters
The level of analytical effort a lab puts toward NOA analysis is vastly different to the effort put forth in ACM analysis. This case study will aid site investigators on what they should be aware of when asking for non-routine asbestos analysis to ensure the data they receive is repeatable, reliable and defensible.

Production of Reference Materials for the Measurement of Metal Oxides
The scientific institutes of German Social Accident Insurance IFA, IPA and IGF have developed a new method to prepare 96 membrane filters evenly loaded with metal dust.

A Comparison of Sampling & Testing Options for Fire Damage Investigations
This presentation provides a comparison of sampling methodologies and analytical techniques available for fire debris analysis.

Sampling and Analysis of Air Contaminants

This session will help attendees understand some of the principles of method performance evaluation for select analytes including diacetyl, formaldehyde, and other analytes like aromatics, ketones, and nitrous oxide.

Developments in Beryllium Regulation, Sampling, and Laboratory Analysis

This session, offered by the Sampling and Laboratory Analysis Committee, provides an update on regulations and compliance deadlines. It also provides insights on best practices for sampling and laboratory analysis, based on the Practitioner's Guide to Beryllium Hazard Management prepared by the Beryllium Health and Safety Committee.

How to Conduct Sampling for Fire-Related Particulates and Odors

Investigation of fire-affected properties requires knowledge of investigation methods, construction, remediation, and industrial hygiene concepts, and an understanding of applicable fire-related compound sampling methods and their limitations.​

Current Challenges in Sampling & Analysis: Rules, Strategies, and Devices

The New Rule on Silica Demands More From Your Lab!
This study shows how an Industrial Hygiene Laboratory can meet the criteria of quantitation limits in Appendix A for the final rule on respirable crystalline silica.

Dilemmas with Silica Sampling Strategies and Interpretation
Three case studies will be used as examples: engraving with Tripoli, food coloring process using cristobalite in mixture, and drum filter mixture using 1.5% silica.

Direct Reading Plus Sample Collection in One Device
The presenter takes us through a case study from a factory that can now monitor, in real-time, a whole process over a full shift and pinpoint the danger areas to industrial workers so actions can be taken to minimize their exposure.

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