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Air Dispersion Modeling for IHs: Should You Be Using Models?
Air dispersion modeling of indoor and outdoor exposures is a rapidly developing area of industrial/occupational hygiene. Air dispersion modeling has numerous benefits for exposure assessment. Knowing why and when to use these models can be as much an art as a science. This presentation will provide participants with modeling-related perspectives, success stories, problems, and limitations, to assist them in determining whether modeling is appropriate for their situation. IEQ Considerations Across a Variety of Work and Living Spaces
Vapor intrusion into indoor air from subsurface contamination is not typically considered when assessing worker exposure. Chemical concentrations in indoor air associated with vapor intrusion may be quite low compared to other airborne chemicals. The presence of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) as a background condition in indoor air has been well documented. The health risks associated with indoor air background concentrations are often not examined. This presentation will provide a characterization of those health risks, based on indoor air background studies conducted across the United States. Nearly one-third of a college student's day is spent in lecture halls or campus buildings studying and attending classes. Surprisingly, a low number of indoor air quality studies have been conducted in higher education buildings. Emerging Issues in Beryllium Regulation, Part 1
This presentation will outline core components of beryllium medical surveillance programs and highlight the differences in requirements between the DOE and OSHA regulations. This presentation will provide an overview of Materion's "Guide for Compliance" to the final OSHA Beryllium Standard. Electric Arc Protection: Current Standardization in IEEE, IEC, and ASTM
Research conducted during the last few years has revealed uncertainties and limitations for interpreting the results of arc test methods for determining the level of arc flash protection needed. Detailed consideration is given to standards developing organizations such as IEEE, ASTM and IEC for arc test methods for different types of protective equipment. Laboratory arc rated values are variable and depend on test equipment, test protocols and data processing procedures. Test methods are grouped and discussed based on the specific arc type used. An overview of test equipment and its impact on test results is demonstrated for each type of arc. Topics in Noise: Ear Plugs & Fit-testing
How a Laboratory Fire Death Led to a New Safety Initiative
After the death of a laboratory technician in 2008, University of California (UC) embarked on a comprehensive program to overhaul lab safety. This session will detail the process used to develop and implement the hazard assessment tool, safety improvements, and identification of unique lab PPE needs. The presenters will share the partnership formed between supplier and end user to create a brand new technology and commercial product for laboratory workers. Emerging Issues in Beryllium Regulation, Part 2
This presentation will provide updates on the status of proposed changes to DOE beryllium regulations in 10 CFR 850. This presentation will describe what needs to be communicated to workers regarding risks associated with beryllium in the workplace. While standard aspects of risk communication will be presented, the emphasis will be on what is unique about beryllium risks. Explore other AIHce EXP 2018 Bundles.
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